From the moment the average coffee lover opens a fresh bag of coffee beans, the aroma beckons, percolating the senses.
When determining the body of a coffee, the bean, the roast, and the brew are all factors.
The bean affects the texture of the coffee, whether its silky, creamy, thick or thin on the tongue and throat.
However, the darker the roast and how it is brewed will alter the feel of a coffee’s body, too.
The higher the elevation the coffee grows, the higher the quality and the acidity.