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    BBC Inside.the Factory Series 4 - Coffee

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    BBC Inside.the Factory Series 4 - CoffeeInside the Factory: Coffee Gregg Wallace is in Derbyshire at an enormous coffee factory where they produce 175,000
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    BBC Inside.the Factory Series 4 - Coffee

    BBC Inside.the Factory Series 4 - Coffee

    Inside the Factory: Coffee Gregg Wallace is in Derbyshire at an enormous coffee factory where they produce 175,000 jars of instant coffee every day. He follows the production of freeze-dried instant coffee, from the arrival of 27 tonnes of Brazilian green coffee beans right through to dispatch.

    Get immediately download BBC Inside.the Factory Series 4 - Coffee

    Meanwhile, Cherry Healey learns about the chemistry of coffee. She finds that roasting alters its chemical composition, and listens for the 'first crack' as steam splits the bean along its seam. Historian Ruth Goodman investigates the origins of instant coffee. She tastes a version that looks very like axle grease which was drunk during the American Civil War in the 1860s, and finds out why it began being referred to as 'a cup of Joe'.

     

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    BBC Inside.the Factory Series 4 - Coffee

    BBC Inside.the Factory Series 4 - Coffee

    Inside the Factory: Coffee Gregg Wallace is in Derbyshire at an enormous coffee factory where they produce 175,000 jars of instant coffee every day. He follows the production of freeze-dried instant coffee, from the arrival of 27 tonnes of Brazilian green coffee beans right through to dispatch.

    Get immediately download BBC Inside.the Factory Series 4 - Coffee

    Meanwhile, Cherry Healey learns about the chemistry of coffee. She finds that roasting alters its chemical composition, and listens for the 'first crack' as steam splits the bean along its seam. Historian Ruth Goodman investigates the origins of instant coffee. She tastes a version that looks very like axle grease which was drunk during the American Civil War in the 1860s, and finds out why it began being referred to as 'a cup of Joe'.

     

    GETTING READY TO DOWNLOAD: BBC Inside.the Factory Series 4 - Coffee