Better Coffee Through Chemistry

Better Coffee Through Chemistry

Better Coffee Through Chemistry

Better Coffee Through Chemistry
July 2012 in Seattle

Some coffee tastes better than others, but how can farmers ensure that their coffee tastes as delicious as possible? We are joined by Seattle University's Susan Jackels to discover how she trains local coffee farmers in Nicaragua to use chemistry and scientific investigation to produce quality coffee.

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I was really happy while reading this post information. Now, I can make better coffee than others by the help of chemistry. I hope you will share such type of more tips in future.


really enjoyed the coffee and found a perfect way to enjoy is further

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