When it comes to artisanal coffees… it’s a colourful world of caffeine out there. The market overflows with basic coffees, engineered to taste a certain way for the masses with a generic processed flavour, in the name of instant coffee.


This however, is not enough for the true coffee connoisseur or a passionate caffeine lover or coffee enthusiast. A better drinker of coffee has a classier blend to adhere to!


These people want to know their drink, be educated about it, care more to find out what goes on in it, are curious and adventurous to try new coffees and therefore there comes the demand for artisanal coffees in the world… for the coffee drinker with class and understanding.
Artisanal coffee is also known by other terms like specialty coffee, third wave coffee, premium coffee fancy coffee and others.

Well, to give these names and then live upto them becomes a herculean task for most brands that claim to do so! Multiple factors go behind making a coffee artisanal or fancy in nature from location to climate, types of beans to its origin, roasting time and quality to grinding type and time, shelf time and life to aroma and ample of other pointers.

One of the most significant factors behind deciding if a coffee is specialty coffee lies in determining the sourcing of it. In India, for example, Indian coffee will change value in accordance to its location. Coffee that has originated from the Southern areas of India will have a higher end demand as South India is hub for higher end rich coffees.


The sub-division goes much more deep rooted than this. In South India, further places like the Coorg region will have the highest demands of coffee due to their premium growing, environment and climate conditions which produce some of the finest coffee beans in the entire nation.

How a specialty or premium coffee is different from a typically cheaper or instant coffee is in its formulation. Artisanal coffees are formed from the scratch by much elevated rules. The processed is almost entirely handpicked, hand sorted and sun dried.


This maintains the sanctity of flavours and originality in the coffee beans. And because they are handpicked, only the most ripe and sturdy beans are selected by the farmers unlike in generic coffee brands who select any and every cherries they find cheaper and later engineered the product to taste a certain way often by added flavourings!


Even the drying process is sun drying in artisanal coffee which is very different from the short cut machine drying of other coffees. Sun drying leaves all the flavours intact. The seed of these coffee cherries are come out now which good major value.


What type of coffee beans are being chosen also matters. There are usually two broad divisions called Robusta beans and Arabica beans that surround your coffee type.

Coffee happens to be one of the most famous beverages worldwide. Some drink it just to enjoy the taste of mother nature’s pristine creation while most drink it to relive themselves of mental and physical exhaustion. Coffee has been both praised and scrutinized for long centuries. It has been blamed to cause impotence and madness, other times a cure for laziness.


But have you ever thought whether if it’s related to your health and wellbeing? Does it do more harm than good? Can it cure more than fatigue in your body? Well, let’s find out!
How is Coffee related to our health?
The main ingredient of coffee that everybody talks about is caffeine. It simulates our heart, central nervous system and muscles.


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•Research has shown that coffee drinkers are more likely to have higher liver enzyme levels within a healthy range compared to people who don’t drink coffee. Regular and decaf coffee both have a protective effect on your liver.
•The magnesium found in coffee along with potassium, helps the human body use insulin and hence reduces your craving for sugary treats and snacks.

•Women who drink at least one cup of coffee a day are said to have lower stroke risk which happens to be the fourth leading cause of death among women.
•Researchers have found that decaf or regular coffee drinking women have 26 percent less likeliness to develop colorectal or colon cancer. (In general, dark roast coffee has been found to decrease naturally occurring breakage in DNA strands that can lead to cancer or tumours if not repaired by your own cells)
•Researchers also say that two cups of coffee may provide significant protection against developing Alzheimer’s. In fact, they have found that women aged 65 and older who drink two to three cups of coffee daily are less likely to develop dementia in general.
•Caffeine is not only linked to lower the chance of developing Parkinson’s disease but it might also help those with the condition better control their movements
From all these above-mentioned points we can happily deduce that coffee actually shows many lifesaving health benefits. The case for coffee is now stronger than ever supported by studies indicating that your favourite beverage has more to offer than you think.


While high cholesterol, caffeine sensitive, pregnant individuals and children should take coffee under prescribed constrictions, for others, a reasonable amount of coffee can be good. It can prevent many serious diseases and boost your mind and muscles.

As long as you are finding a balance in drinking this beverage free of toxins, speciality coffee and are brewing it with good care, you should enjoy and relish every bit of it, knowing it’s good for you and your overall health and heart’s happiness !

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