Instant Specialty coffee made easy!
We are a solutions provider for the coffee industry. We turn roasted specialty coffee in to Instant Specialty coffee managing the entire process from extraction to processing to freeze drying and packaging. We are a joint venture with Australia's leading freeze drying company and we draw on years of experience in our respective industries to ensure that the result is exceptional.
Roasted specialty coffee that is carefully and intentionally extracted and then freeze dried to create the highest quality Instant Specialty coffee possible.
Technically it is arabica coffee with a Q score of 80+ as scored by a Coffee Quality Institute certified Q Grader. Practically and holistically it is a quest for quality from a segment of the coffee industry.
Lots of very small and very big things. Primarily though:
Like most things if the intention is for quality, it can be. The flavours and aromas of your coffee are mostly maintained due to the extraction and freeze drying process we have developed.
The beautiful thing about Instant Specialty coffee is that the extraction is completed by us, at the perfect moment and the result is freeze dried in time. As you as a consumer are probably aware, it is the extraction part of coffee brewing that is so difficult. But with Instant Specialty it has been performed by quality focussed experienced industry professionals. All that is left is to decide how strong you like it and how you want to drink it. It's great hot or cold and with or without milk.
We’ve been drinking our own Instant Specialty coffee for the last year. It is fantastic and versatile and we can’t wait to get it out to the public and create a new way for you to access specialty coffee.
Freeze drying, technically known as lyophilisation, or cryodesiccation, is a dehydration process. Freeze drying works by freezing the material and then reducing the surrounding pressure to allow the frozen water in the material to sublimate directly from the solid phase to the gas phase.
In the case of brewed coffee, this results in only the dissolved solids being left behind. A typical espresso might be 8% coffee and 92% water for example. A typical filter coffee (like french press, aeropress or pourover) might be 1.35% coffee and 98.65% water. If you remove the water you are left with soluble, freeze dried, Instant Specialty coffee.
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