#14. How can I describe my Lavazza cup of coffee?

 #14. How can I describe my Lavazza cup of coffee?
And if someone asks you to describe the cup of coffee that you're enjoying… How would you describe it? Let's pull out essential elements! Trust us… after this article, you'll be able to describe your coffee experience like a real connoisseur! 
 
Aroma/Fragrance

 The smell of coffee, both before brewing and after adding water

Description: Floral, Fruity, Chocolaty, Spicy, Nutty, Winery, Sweaty…

Taste
Meaning:The taste characteristics that define the flavor
Description: Floral, Fruity, Chocolaty, Spicy, Bitter, Sweet, Acidic and Mild
 
Body or Mouth Feel
Meaning: The tactile feeling of the coffee in the mouth
Description: Light, Heavy, Velvety, Winey and Watery
 
Acidity
Meaning: The sharpness and liveliness of the acidity
Description: sharp, thin, flat, mild or neutral
 
Aftertaste
Meaning: The overall sensation of coffee that remains in your mouth
Description: Floral, Fruity, Chocolaty, Spicy, Bitter, Sweet, Acidic and Mild
 
Here below some extra vocab for those who desire to go further, describing precisely the taste and aroma of any cup of coffee:
 
When I choose my cup of coffee, I mainly pay attention to the mouthfeel, as I am particularly sensitive to the feeling of coffee! Since I genuinely enjoy a rich cup of coffee, where I can feel all flavors - I always go for a full-bodied mouthfeel. And you? What’s the key element for you?
 
Tip: Honestly, there is no one way to describe a cup of coffee! Each person who tastes the same cup will probably explain it in different ways. Just take some time to listen and follow your personal senses to describe as best as you can!
 
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