What makes Starbucks coffee so good?

According to Starbucks, more than 60 per cent of world coffee production comes from Arabica cultivators, and the reason the beans make for great coffee is because of the attitude at which the Arabica trees grow and thrive (between 3,000a and 6,000 feet).

Is Starbucks coffee really organic?

Without beating around the bush, Starbucks coffee is not organic. Most of their coffee beans, literally all of them, are not certified as organic. Also, the milk that is used is not organic, neither is the sugar and other sweeteners. To be fair, they do have a range of organic coffee beans that you can buy and take home with you.

What beans does Starbucks use to make their coffee?

What makes Starbucks coffee so good?

What does Starbucks coffee taste like?

Many coffee roasters have tried to “imitate” Starbucks coffee creating the same dark, nasty, and burned brew. In a light roast, the coffee is fruity and acidic. This is because the coffee bean takes on some of the flavors from the coffee cherry fruit In a medium roast, the coffee tastes balances and semi-sweet.

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