How to Flavor Coffee Beans

How to Flavor Coffee Beans


I’m going to start out with a set level. You may want to add more flavor, you may want
to add less flavor. We’re using a French Vanilla (Flavor Oil). It’s made with an alcohol and glycerin base. Use approximately 7 1/2 ml. We have about 1lb of coffee. Normally if I were doing this in a commercial
operation, I would put on some gloves. This is just for us right now. My hands are going to smell really good for
a couple of days. That’s probably pretty good. You can just put it in a baggy even if you
want for the night. We’re going to let that sit; see what it
tastes like. I did a nice fine grind. It smells wonderful. It’s only going to get better. I like the flavor to be palatable for about
3-5 seconds and then just go away. See this is a real nice, rich flavor. Alright so I’ve let that settle a little
bit, pour it out, have our first taste. Have that first cup – pour my half & half. A little bit of organic sugar. Our proprietary blend of debitterized stevia
and erythritol -SweetenFX- And that’s how you do it. Cheers For more information on our flavors and flavor
products, visit us at Naturesflavors.com

5 thoughts on “How to Flavor Coffee Beans

  1. The organic flavor concentrates say to refrigerate after opening so I suppose if we use those on coffee, we would need to refrigerate the beans after flavoring?

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