There is a new way to document and review the specific coffee breeds on the market today. With more than 10,000 different types of coffee beans on the market, it can be hard to know what you’re drinking and where it comes from.
This new system offers a way to document and rate coffee beans on their flavor profile, rarity, region of origin, and sustainability potential for future availability.
Most coffee beans originate from specific breeds of plants, and the influence of their environment growing conditions on their final flavor is well known.
However, many different varieties of the same breed have been classified as a single bean type. Each time you drink a cup from a new region without reviewing the differences in the coffee beans, you are taking a risk that the new coffee might not be what you expected.
If you’re a coffee connoisseur, knowing whether your favorite bean is pure Arabica or a blend of three different beans can help determine how it was roasted and brewed to get its flavor profile, but many people rely solely on branding and visual cues to tell them what they are drinking.
There is a new way to document and review the specific coffee breeds on the market today, called OriginTrail Coffee Review Protocol, which offers a way to rate coffee beans on their flavor profile, rarity, region of origin, and sustainability potential for future availability.
The system uses blockchain technology so that all the information about a particular bean type is logged and can be easily reviewed by anyone in the coffee industry at any time. This helps with the sustainable production and trading of coffee beans and assures that consumers will continue to receive high-quality cups of coffee in the future.
OriginTrail is a blockchain-based platform that enables better transparency through data sharing along supply chains for various products, such as food and organic raw materials. The company aims to create a better, more sustainable world through data sharing.
It was founded with the aim of transforming complex supply chains into Blockchain-supported ecosystems, enabling seamless and reliable data exchange and cooperation between all stakeholders involved without intermediaries.
The introduction of this new system is expected to reduce the human error caused by mislabeling. Coffee drinkers may choose to purchase their favorite coffee beans again if they find that the next cup they drink is completely different from what they were expecting or have been drinking for years.
The system was introduced to the public on July 12, 2017. Interested coffee drinkers can review and log their beans in the OriginTrail Coffee Review Protocol in order to help increase transparency in the coffee industry worldwide.
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