Have you heard the term ‘green coffee’ and wondered what it meant? Green coffee beans are a growing health trend – but unbeknownst to many coffee lovers, green coffee actually has an extensive history, possibly dating all the way back to the 15th century. While many Melburnians are coffee purists, Melbourne is home to a rich culture of experimental coffee, including green coffee beans. Learn about the benefits of green coffee and buy green coffee beans online from Inglewood.
What is green coffee?
Green coffee beans sound funky – and possibly a bit off-putting –but really, they are just unroasted coffee beans. They can be used in exactly the same way as typical roasted coffee beans, but the result will be a much milder taste, closer to a herbal tea than standard coffee. Green coffee is easy to make at home: we recommend simply boiling them in water, straining and drinking.
Health and wellness communities praise green coffee for its abundance in antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties. Green coffee also contains small amounts of chlorogenic acid, which is usually depleted during the roasting process. Chlorogenic acid is known to reduce the risk of cancer, heart disease and diabetes, stabilise blood pressure, aid in weight loss and improve overall mood.
Where can I buy green coffee?
You can buy green coffee beans online from Inglewood Coffee Roasters and get them shipped safely and quickly, directly to your doorstep no matter where you live in Australia. While you’re at it, explore the full range of coffee pods, roasted coffee, brewing equipment and more. All of our products – from our green coffee beans to our coffee pods – are made with our environment in mind, which is why we partner with farmers who believe in sustainable farming. You can sip your morning brew with ease knowing that you are supporting sustainable farming and roasting practices. Our coffee pods are biodegradable and compostable, thoughtfully packed in recyclable packaging.
Buy green coffee beans online now or find us stocked in wholesalers across Melbourne, from Elsternwick to Coburg North. Check out our website for a full list of Melbourne stockists.