Real 100% Turkish coffee that can be prepared quickly, or in the classic way, in a dzezva, the Turkish coffee pot.
International Coffee Partners expands - welcome Franck as new member
For more than 10 years International Coffee Partners – a non-profit organisation founded by five European family-owned coffee roasters - has been a driver for sustainable change in the coffee sector. Now Franck, Croatia´s biggest family-owned coffee roaster joins the initiative. On Oct. 1st and 2nd, Franck hosted the ICP Steering Committee for the first time.
Tales from the cup
Four ways to prepare ground coffee
Read about the basic rules for preparing ground coffee in a dzezva (Turkisk coffee pot), Italian coffee pot, French press or filter machine.Written by Franck d.d.
Vesna Mihatov: Roasting coffee is an art
Presenting Vesna Mihatov, Franck's master cupper, who explains the processes coffee passes through from the raw beans to the final product, and how Franck coffees are madeWritten by Franck d.d.
Why do we vacuum pack coffee?
Vacuum packing ensures that coffee is protected from the effects of oxygen, moisture and other environmental factors.Written by Franck d.d.
Did you know?
Sensory evaluation is used to assess the quality and acceptability of a product. Using these evaluation techniques, it is possible to determine just how similar, or different, individual products are. During sensory evaluation, analysts examine the most important sensory properties, such as appearance, colour, fragrance, taste and texture, to assess the product. The sensory analysts conducting the evaluation must have an excellent understanding of the sensory properties, an excellent ability to plan and execute sensory evaluations, and knowledge of how to statistically process the results. A group of analysts who are trained for conducting sensory analysis of a specific product, and who are highly familiar with the characteristics of the product being tested, is called a panel.