The History and Production of Coffee

We will examine the history of coffee.

It is an undeniable fact that a cup of coffee is an essential part of every human’s breakfast in the world, and there are studies that drinking coffee in the morning can clear the mind and give you a more refreshing feeling than usual.

Most people drink coffee in the morning and afternoon, so if you look at it globally, 2.4 billion cups of coffee are consumed every day.

Coffee is consumed as the second most consumed drink after drinking water. Coffee began to appear more than 1,000 years ago and is now grown in more than 60 countries.

The coffee tree thrives in well-watered upland areas between 12,00 and 2,000 feet above sea level. High-altitude coffee (Arabica) can be grown at over 2,500 feet above sea level, while low-land coffee (Robusta) can be grown in areas below 2,500 feet.

In Myanmar, highland coffee is grown in Pyin Oo Lwin region, Shan State Most of them are grown in mountainous regions such as Chin State, Thandaunggyi region of Karen State. In places like Tanintharyi, lowland coffee is cultivated.

Coffee plants begin to bear fruit at about 3 years of age and reach full fruiting at 5 years of age. Each tree usually blooms for 20 years. The fruits are green at first. Then yellow and finally red. In regions with a good climate, the coffee tree can bloom up to two or three times a year, so the same tree has flowers and green fruit. Ripe fruits are usually found at the same time.

When the coffee fruits are ripe, the fruits are picked or had to shake the plant and take it away. Then the fruits are soaked in water and peeled off. The obtained seeds are dried in various ways, either in the sun or with drying machines. After drying the seeds in some way, rolling them with rollers; They have to brush it off.

In order to obtain coffee that is full of aroma and flavor, the coffee beans are dried and roasted until they turn brown. The roasted coffee beans are then ground into powder using modern machinery. In the past, coffee beans were produced at home using traditional methods, but now with modern technology, using methods such as Freeze Dried Method and Spray Dried Method in large factories, ready-to-drink coffee can be easily produced in a short time and exported to foreign markets.

There are two kinds of coffee: Arabica coffee, which has a good taste and a more fragrant coffee smell, and Robusta coffee, which has a strong coffee taste. 60%-80% of the coffee market is (Arabica) coffee, which has flat coffee beans than (Robusta) coffee. Longer and less caffeinated. Therefore, according to surveys across the country, most people drink Arabica coffee more than Robusta coffee.

Do you already have coffee experts for Myanmar?

There are coffee experts in Burma, expert growers. There are producers and Burmese coffee in Asia as well. It has been observed that it is a good high-quality coffee that can penetrate the world coffee market.

If you are going to study the production technology of ready-to-drink coffee

  • Freeze Dried Method
  • Spray Dried Method
  • It will be found that it can be produced by (3) methods such as Liquid Concentrate Method.

For coffee lovers, ready-to-drink coffee is something that makes the best of every morning.

With the growing role of instant coffee, the types of instant coffee available for coffee lovers are freeze dried and spray dried instant coffee commonly found in the market.

Spray Dried Method

The Spray Dried Method of coffee production quickly converts the essence of the coffee into beans without destroying it. The basic principle of production is to reduce the density of water content and produce coffee powder. They should use the Spray Dried Method to produce their instant coffee at a low production cost.

The cost of production with the Spray Dried Method is lower than the Freeze Dried Method, so it can be sold at a lower price. In addition, coffee production time is short. You can easily produce large quantities of ready-to-drink coffee without waiting for a long time.

When making instant coffee with the Spray Dried Method, the extracted coffee will first undergo an atomization process where it is turned into tiny droplets through an atomizer. It is then sprayed into a stream of hot air (80°C to 180°C) through the top of a tall cylindrical tower. Based on the process, the second stage of this method is called the spraying stage. As the water evaporates, the final form of the coffee becomes a powder.

This method preserves many of the coffee’s natural flavors and aromas, so it provides better quality coffee and can be produced more cost-effectively than using the Freeze Dried Method and reduce production time.

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