Green coffee

Green coffee is often called green coffee because of its color. Despite its neutral taste, coffee is drunk in its raw form, often for health reasons.

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Green coffee preparation

Green coffee is made from green, unroasted 100% organic arabica beans from controlled organic cultivation. Like any coffee specialty, it can be drunk straight. Raw coffee is also added to some coffee blends in Arab countries. The green coffee has a similar effect to the brown version made from roasted beans - slightly invigorating. But it is said to have many other positive effects on the body, which is increasingly being discussed in Ireland. I.a. Green coffee contains a lot of chlorogenic acid and antioxidants.

Important note: If you have health concerns about tolerability, we expressly recommend that you consult your doctor before consumption.

Green coffee recipe:

  • Ingredients (for 1 serving):
  • approx. 10 g green organic coffee ground Honduras
  • about 200 ml of hot water
  • depending on the taste: sugar, honey or cardamom

TIP: The best results are achieved by using filter water or distilled water.


  • Pour the ground green coffee into a cup and pour hot water (approx. 90 ° C) over it.
  • Let it steep for about 10 minutes and then filter the brew through a fine sieve.
  • The valuable green coffee is ready to drink! It can now be refined with sugar, honey or cardamom, depending on your taste.

Taste: Green coffee does not taste like traditional roast coffee. The drink has few aromas and a neutral, slightly tart pea taste, similar to green tea.

Dosage: 1 cup before each main meal

Another TIP: Try a coffee made from the following mixture: 65% roasted and 35% green / raw coffee beans.

Grind green coffee & raw coffee

In contrast to roasted coffee beans, green coffee beans are very hard and contain a certain amount of residual moisture. Because of this, they are difficult to grind.

Most of the grinders that are used to grind roast coffee beans are not suitable for this. Hand mills with stone / ceramic grinders and the grinder in fully automatic coffee machines (e.g. disc grinder) can be damaged during the first attempt at grinding. We therefore strongly advise against trying it!

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