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Frequently Asked Question!

The type of coffee beans that are best for your coffee machine will depend on the type of coffee machine you have. In general, most coffee machines are compatible with any type of coffee bean, but some machines may be better suited for certain types, such as espresso machines that require a fine grind and darker roasts.

Whole bean coffee is typically fresher and has more flavor than pre-ground coffee, but it requires a grinder. Pre-ground coffee is more convenient, but may have a shorter shelf life and may not taste as fresh as freshly ground coffee.

The roast level you choose will depend on your personal taste preferences. Light roasts are generally more acidic and have a lighter body, while dark roasts are richer and more full-bodied.

The amount of coffee you use per cup will depend on your personal taste preferences, the strength of the coffee, and the size of your cup. As a general rule, use 1 to 2 tablespoons of coffee per 6 ounces of water.

Single-origin coffee beans come from a specific region and are often considered to have more unique flavors and characteristics, while blended coffee beans combine beans from different regions to create a more balanced flavor.

Coffee beans should be stored in an airtight container in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight, moisture, and heat.

The ideal grind size for your coffee machine will depend on the type of machine you have. Most machines will have recommended grind sizes for different brewing methods, such as drip coffee or espresso.

Look for certifications such as Fair Trade and Organic when buying coffee beans. These certifications ensure that the coffee was produced using sustainable and ethical practices.