Green coffee - do you know what coffee actually looks like?

Green coffee - A term that probably isn't known to every coffee drinker. In principle, however, green coffee is pretty easy to explain: It is the raw coffee bean - the core of the coffee cherry - generally referred to as green coffee. Green coffee is obtained by processing the coffee cherries. During processing, the pulp of the coffee cherry is either washed from the cherry , or the cherries are dried until the Simply peel green coffee from the cherry can. In fact, there are numerous other ways of doing this. Experimental processing methods in particular are currently on the rise. You can find out exactly what these are here. You can find out everything about green coffee and its effects from me, Elias Fischbacher from the Wildkaffee Rösterei, in this blog article.

Green coffee – what is it actually?

Green coffee is a term that refers to coffee beans that not yet roasted In contrast to roasted coffee, green coffee beans are green or yellow and have a raw-like texture . Green coffee is usually sold in the form of Food supplements or sold as green coffee beans. The preparation of green coffee is different from the preparation of roasted coffee.


One way to prepare green coffee is to use green coffee extract, which obtained from the unroasted beans The extract can then be processed into a drink or capsule. However, it is important to note that green coffee also side effects especially when consumed in large quantities. The most common side effects include stomach problems, headaches, sleep disorders and nervousness. For this reason, it is recommended that people suffering from cardiovascular disease or high blood pressure consume green coffee only under medical supervision should consume.

Green coffee - how is it used?

Logically, green coffee is naturally into roasted coffee . But green coffee can also be used for other purposes. Green coffee is also often used in the health sector as a natural fat burner In fact, it is often part of numerous weight loss products. Green coffee is very popular with athletes because of its effect on the metabolism. But green coffee is not only different from the roasted version in terms of its external appearance. The taste (actually of course) and the way it is used are also very different. Theoretically, you can get also an infusion prepare, but it doesn't really taste good and, what's more, conventional coffee grinders also grind it more or less poorly.

The exact effect of green coffee

Green coffee is actually used for medicinal or health purposes but not as a classic infusion. Green coffee is usually taken as an extract . This extract is usually in the form of pills taken, but it is also available as a powder. Green coffee is said to boost the metabolism and thus has a fat-burning effect. The capsules and the powder are generally regarded as dietary supplements and should therefore be added to a diet rich in vital nutrients. The factors that contribute to weight loss should also be considered: low-carbohydrate or low-calorie diet with perfect nutrient balance. Due to the content of Chlorogenic acid & trigonelline Green coffee has an antioxidant effect and also has positive effects on hair growth. However, calling green coffee a miracle weight loss product is wrong. balanced diet & regular exercise are still the foundation for good health & weight loss. If you decide to use green coffee as a dietary supplement, you should consult a doctor first.

How green coffee becomes roasted coffee

Green coffee, also known as unroasted coffee, is the raw material for the traditional roasted coffee that we all know and love. The process of roasting is crucial for the taste and aroma of the coffee. First, the green coffee is sorted and checked again to remove dirt and unwanted substances. The coffee is then roasted in our coffee roastery in Farchant by handcraft method roasted. During the roasting process, the coffee beans are heated and constantly stirred to ensure that they are roasted evenly. The longer the coffee beans are roasted, the darker they become and the stronger their aroma. The heat during roasting also causes the Chlorogenic acid in green coffee partially degraded This means that roasted coffee has a lower proportion of chlorogenic acid than green coffee, but still offers many health benefits. After the roasting process, the coffee beans are cooled and packaged to preserve their freshness and quality. Depending on roasting level and taste Roasted coffee beans can be used for different types of coffee preparations, such as espresso or filter coffee.


Overall, roasting green coffee is an important step in coffee production that gives the coffee beans their characteristic aroma and flavor. Although roasted coffee contains less chlorogenic acid than green coffee, it is still a delicious and healthy option for coffee lovers .

The exact ingredients of green coffee

Let's go back to the ingredients of green coffee. Green coffee, also known as unroasted coffee, contains a number of natural ingredients that are known for their health-promoting properties. Here are some of the key ingredients of green coffee:

Chlorogenic acid:

This is an antioxidant found in high concentrations in green coffee beans. Chlorogenic acid can boost metabolism and promote fat burning, which can lead to weight loss. In addition, chlorogenic acid can also help to regulate blood sugar levels and reduce the risk of diabetes.


Green coffee also contains caffeine, which has a stimulating effect on the central nervous system. Caffeine can improve attention and concentration and reduce fatigue.


This is a substance that is found in small amounts in green coffee and has similar effects to caffeine. Theobromine can improve mood and support cognitive function.


An amino acid found in green coffee beans and converted into nicotinic acid during coffee roasting. Trigonelline has antioxidant properties and can support the metabolism.


Green coffee also contains a variety of polyphenols, which are antioxidants and can help protect the body from Damage caused by free radicals to protect.

green coffee coffee sack

Together, these ingredients form the unique composition of green coffee, making it a popular Nutritional supplements for health and fitness enthusiasts However, if you are interested in using green coffee as a dietary supplement, it is important to seek advice from a doctor or expert and stick to the recommended dosage.


The text describes what green coffee is and how it is produced. Green coffee is usually processed into roasted coffee , but it is also often referred to as a natural fat burner and used in dietary supplements. Green coffee contains chlorogenic acid and trigonelline, which have antioxidant effects and promote hair growth. However, a balanced diet and regular exercise are still the foundations for good health and weight loss. Before taking green coffee as a dietary supplement, one should consult a doctor. The text also describes the process of roasting green coffee and how this affects the taste and aroma of the coffee.