You can gain new levels of appreciation for every Rogue and coffee combination when you know how far coffee beans travel to brighten your morning.
So, where does coffee come from, anyway?
Coffee is brewed around the world from the roasted and ground coffee seeds of the tropical evergreen coffee plant. Initial coffeehouses existed in Mecca during the 15th and 16th centuries, while Europeans and American colonists built their own coffee establishments during the tail end of the 1600s. Researchers are still working to pin the exact date when beanies and laptops helped form the modern coffee house.
You may be now wondering where all our coffee comes from.
Latin America, Eastern Africa, Arabia, and Asia all lead the way in coffee production.
Let’s explore how these locations’ work hard to give your energy levels a helping hand.
How Is Coffee Made?
The two primary species of coffee plants are Coffea arabica and C. canephora—but in more basic terms, one has more caffeine and the other has better flavor.
Robusta, (C. canephora’s main variant) coffee is the primary choice for commercial coffee companies since it’s cheaper to produce and contains twice the amount of caffeine as its Arabica counterpart.
Arabica is milder and more flavorful but has stricter growing specifications like a cool, subtropical climate, vigilant pest protection, shade, and high elevations.
Which coffee variety is right for you?
Unlike the release from Rogue nicotine tablets, Coffee production isn’t a fast process. It takes 3-4 years for coffee trees to harvest coffee cherries, otherwise known as coffee beans. There’s typically one main coffee cherry harvest per year, but some locations like Columbia have secondary harvests.
Processing quickly follows harvesting, so the cherries don’t spoil, and the harvested beans pass through a milling process, so defective beans can be removed by hand or machinery. After processing, the beans are exported, roasted, and grounded so you can have your name shouted in a busy coffee shop near you.
Fun Fact: Did you know that no coffee is 100% caffeine-free? Caffeine is always removed in the “green bean” manufacturing stage before the coffee is roasted.
Popular Different Types of Coffee
There are around 6,500 species of coffee worldwide, so it’s no wonder ordering a plain cup of coffee at a local shop seems like searching for a needle in a haystack.
Pop into almost any local coffee establishment, and you’re bound to find the following types of coffee drinks:
- Café au lait
- White coffee
More casual coffee drinkers might be asking, “what is an Americano coffee? and “what is white coffee?”
Americano is an Italian name for a coffee drink that consists of espresso mixed with water. This blend alters the taste—so if you find straight espresso too bold, you may be able to enjoy an Americano iced or hot with your favorite add-ins.
White coffee is roasted halfway at a lower temperature. This altered manufacturing process culminates in a whitish-colored bean with higher caffeine since lower amounts of caffeine are roasted out.
Whether your favorite coffeehouse is in town or in your living room, you can always go Rogue while you enjoy your favorite coffee types.
Optimize Your Coffee Ritual with Rogue Nicotine
Coffee and nicotine don’t have to exist in separate spaces. Rogue products come in an array of flavors, so you can find a nicotine variety that seamlessly complements your morning, afternoon, or late-night java.
Is your cabinet short on cinnamon?
Pair a Rogue Cinnamon pouch with your next cup of Joe to access supreme coffee flavor on demand.
The combinations for Rogue and coffee are endless, and the choice is always yours. Tell us your favorite pairings by messaging us on social media!