Organic Coffee Bean Oil
Organic Coffee Bean Oil and Its Use in the Food Industry
In contrast to the toxic organic coffee bean oil made from green coffee beans, our innovative organic coffee bean oil made from roasted beans is not just a food, but a real culinary highlight. Whether in desserts or for flavoring main courses, you can use our organic coffee bean oil anywhere.
Refine pralines, ice cream, cakes, or other sweets and baked goods with our organic SanaBio coffee bean oil and take your customers on a culinary journey to the exotic home of coffee.
Interesting facts about BIO coffee bean oil
The original home of the coffee bush is in the south-western mountain forests of Ethiopia. Coffee only came to Europe through the Turks, who besieged the city of Vienna in 1683.
The evergreen coffee bush reaches a height of 5-6 meters. Its leaves grow light green, oblong-elliptical and are approx. 7-10 cm long. Their tops have a leathery shimmer. The small, white coffee blossoms are reminiscent of the scent of jasmine. Its fruits, in turn, are similar to cherries and are therefore called coffee cherries. The outer layer of the fruit consists of a juicy, sweet pulp. The two seeds, enclosed by the pulp, are individually surrounded by a parchment-like, dry, smooth and straw-colored shell.
When the fruits are ripe, they turn purple-black and can be plucked or peeled off. Then they have to be worked up: either they are left to dry for 5 weeks or they are rinsed with water, fermented and then dried. With both methods, the pulp and the bean skins loosen so that the coffee bean can be roasted. Coffee bean oil from unroasted beans is toxic and should only be consumed in very small amounts. Our SanaBio coffee bean oil, on the other hand, comes from roasted coffee beans.
Our SanaBio coffee bean oil is obtained from the roasted coffee beans by mechanical cold pressing and filtered.