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Updated on January 3, 2010

Capresso 4-Cup Cappuccino Espresso Maker

The Capresso 4-cup Cappuccino Espresso Maker makes eight ounces or four cups of the world's most delicious espresso coffees from which you can derive cappuccinos and lattes. The Capresso Cappuccino Espresso Maker heats up its boiler in just under two minutes and allows any amateur coffee maker to give the most experienced barista a run for their money. The Capresso Cappuccino Espresso Maker has a specialized frother wand attachment that swivels easily to accommodate the widest milk foaming jug and is managed through a feature which is virtually unique to this fine Cappuccino Espresso Maker, which is a selector switch that allows you to choose between coffee brewing and steaming milk!

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Coffee Chronicles, Part 14

Each country has very specific climate and terrain conditions which affect the type, quality and characteristics of the coffee which originates from that nation.

Angola

Up until a few years ago this country was one of the five major producers of Robusta, however, in the last little while production of this bean in Angola has been drastically cut back. Angola also produces a fairly small amount of Arabica beans mostly intended for use in blending.

Benin

This African Republic has a double rainy season which is of benefit to the Robusta bean which appreciates a great deal of water in its soil. Unfortunately the overall agricultural state of Benin is quite retrograde and there is insufficient production in Benin to be its potential.

Bolivia

Bolivia has a natural coffee which is usually used on the domestic market only. The natural coffee has a very are breaking the bean and is generally a pen holder harvest. The washed coffee, however, from Bolivia is prepared with great care and is of export quality.

Brazil

Brazil is the primary producer of unwashed Arabica coffee. There are other species as well which grow in Brazil to a big extent, such as the Brazilian Robusta known as Cohillon. The Arabica is primarily grown in steep mountainside plantations and is almost entirely exported. The most requested type of bean produced in Brazil is the Bourbon Santos which grows in extremely steep mountainside areas. The Balkan regions of Europe prefer the real type of coffee which originates in Brazil at lower elevations.

Burundi

The past Belgian colonizers set of many Robusta and Arabica plantations in Burundi and the export of this crop is now one of the primaries sources of income for this impoverished nation. The Arabica crop from Burundi tends to be somewhat more acidic than average and is primarily exported to the North American market.

Cameroon

The area around the capital Yaounde' is the region which has the climatic equilibrium necessary to produce natural Robusta and washed Arabica.

Central African Republic

The plantations of this country are primarily natural Arabica which is exported almost exclusively to France. This country has its coffee production limited due to very severe droughts which have occurred in the last few years.

China

There is not much to recommend Chinese coffee on although it is paradoxically quite popular in the North American market. The plantations which produces crop are located in the mountainous region of Yunnan between the Mekong and the Red River. The Yunnan variety produces a beverage which is very mild and not at all acidic.

Continued in Coffee Chronicles, Part 15

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