The tempting smell of brewed and prepared coffee would usually set the stage for coffee lovers to start sipping from their cup and satisfying the coffee taste that they have once the scent sets in. The process is only normal. Matching aroma and taste should produce one common output, both satisfying the expected taste of coffee as they perceive it to be.
In most instances, the actual aroma and smell of freshly brewed coffee would invite and tempt the normal coffee enthusiast to grab his cup and incrementally consume it at his desired intake. Most of the time, the expected taste that will satisfy the taste buds of a caffeine addict will be settled at approximately more than 80% most of the time.
Coffee aroma can also be tricky. The expected taste may find its way towards the sense of smell but not the sense of taste for some people. This usually occurs for people who are not well educated on the manufactured coffee beans, since they would either be to strong or too bland, depending on the preparation done for it.
[tags]coffee aroma, blends, taste, coffee beans[/tags]
Originally posted on February 25, 2007 @ 5:13 pm