I encounter a lot of confusion behind the coffee counter, mostly because of a lot of the coffee misinformation that's floating around out there. I'm not going to claim that my definitions below are the end-all, be-all... but in the course of my coffee career I've seen all of these play out to be mostly accurate definitions. Write me via Carrier Pigeon if they're not.
Swirling around in your morning joe is a complex solution made up of plant cellulose, lipids, minerals, acids, caffeine, proteins and sugars. You can thank these materials for giving your coffee its flavor. Yum! Well... mostly yum: only about 30% of the coffee bean is dissolvable, and only 18-22% of it even tastes good. Yeah, I know. The math doesn't really seem to be in our favor, does it?
When you meet Jaymin for the first time, you are struck by two things: his tall, lanky frame and his huge grin. Jaymin is a the textbook positive person, going with the flow, looking on the bright side, and having no trouble making people laugh along the way. He's a true goofball, who seems to feel more at home making silly faces than striking a serious pose for the camera. Above all, he truly loves coffee and the people he gets to serve it to.
If I had a dollar for every time I went to a critically-acclaimed restaurant and was served the equivalent of a Budweiser cup of coffee alongside a painstakingly hand-crafted meal, I’d probably have enough funds to comfortably afford spending money on your tiny plate of food.