Ripe and bright red – this is what the coffee cherry looks like when it is picked from the bush. But before the coffee can be shipped as a raw bean in the well-known jute sacks, it has to undergo several processing stages. The reason is simple: a freshly picked coffee cherry contains around 60 percent water so therefore it does not have a long shelf life and is not suitable for transportation.
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At K-fee it’s all about the perfect taste. And a consistent coffee taste requires regular care of your capsule machine. Sounds expensive? No worries! It is completely simple and quick to do. Ensure perfect hygiene even in the smallest corners of your machine with our tips.
Did you know that it takes about 35 freshly picked coffee beans to fill a coffee capsule with 8 g of roast coffee? An impressive number – especially considering that the coffee beans were harvested by the pickers almost exclusively by hand. It may require a large amount of time and effort, but it also guarantees the high quality of our K-fee® capsules. It’s a real manual task.
For many people, the perfect start to the day is enjoying a coffee speciality prepared with their K-fee capsule machine. However, who discovered coffee originally, and how?
You own a Dolce Gusto®* capsule machine but do not want to limit yourself to the currently available range of capsules? Then the new K-fee capsule adapter is the perfect solution for you.
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Capsule for capsule, K-fee offers you a fascinating taste experience. However, where exactly are those regions and how is coffee actually farmed?