Eight time's a charm

Each one of our coffee blends has its own special recipe. Since coffee beans in each origin country have a certain flavour, blending can be used to create different combinations. Although the weather, the quality of the harvest and the availability of different varieties change, our aim is to always keep the taste of Juhla Mokka, Arabica and Classic the same. The taste of a bean is tested up to eight times during the process. Read more about coffee quality control here.

 

One working day, 200 cups of coffee

Paulig’s head of cupping tries out more than 200 cups of coffee every day. In addition to the taste, the quality control process also examines the degree of roasting and grinding, coffee volume, moisture and the amount of oxygen remaining in the package.

Blending coffee

A coffee blend is a mixture of coffees the flavour profile of which is created by mixing coffee from different countries. Up to 15 different types of coffee may be used in a blend in order to give the coffee a distinctive, recognisable character.

“The taste of a bean is tested up to eight times during the process.”

“The taste of a bean is tested up to eight times during the process.”

Good packaging protects coffee aromas

The packaging must meet certain quality criteria for strength and air tightness so that the coffee does not come into contact with the air. At the same time, the amount of packaging material is minimised to protect the environment.

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8. Roasting

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