If you drink coffee, you might wonder if you're doing the most to make your absolute best cup of coffee. And fortunately for you, science has the answers, from getting the perfect grind to finding out the best beans for you. So pull up a chair and pour yourself a cup of joe!Lots of great science — biology, chemistry, and physics — in this video, as well as practical science-based advice for brewing a good cup of coffee. Yum!
I'm also sharing a National Day Calendar video, which I haven't done for this day before, National Coffee Day - September 29.
Whether getting one to go or lingering over a second cup, on September 29th be sure to observe National Coffee Day!The video itself barely relates to the SciShow video, but its description sure makes for a good match!
Ah, the perfect cup of java. According to an expert cupper (a professional coffee taster), there are four components of a perfect cup: aroma, body, acidity, and flavor.
From the moment the average coffee lover opens a fresh bag of coffee beans, the aroma beckons, percolating the senses. Even those who don’t drink coffee tend to enjoy the fragrance roasted beans cast.