Your Coffee Cupping Workspace

Simplify the way you cup coffee. Organize your samples with robust management tools. Visualize each coffee with beautiful reports and flavor wheels.

Tastify

Organizing Your Samples Has Never Been Easier

Let Tastify become your sample database manager. Recapture time to focus on the important stuff - like connecting with your customers.

Tastify

Built by expert coffee professionals, designed for coffee people everywhere.


Cup together in person or across oceans.

WIth Tastify, you can cup with teammates, clients or anyone - anywhere in the world and in real-time. Store all your cupping data in the app and share notes effortlessly.
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Keep records of all of your cuppings. Never lose track of a coffee again.

Recall every detail about that great coffee you cupped with two seasons ago - and see how it’s doing now. Use Tastify’s search, sort and compare features to sort your coffees from scores and flavor profiles, to producer groups and harvest years.
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Engage your customers with stunning visuals.

Tastify turns your cupping notes into beautifully designed flavor wheels that make it easy for both you and your customers to know exactly what a coffee tastes like - at-a-glance.
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“With Tastify™ we can calibrate on much more than just cupping scores. This spectacular tool allows us to describe and share our coffee profiles, and transforms numbers and sensations into images. This brings coffee quality control into the 21st century.”

"Tastify™ is an amazing platform for us to keep track of our 50+ lot offers. It also streamlines our workflow and offers a central data source where we can store - and retrieve - information from years past."

"Tastify™ is an incredible tool for all the people in the industry, not just QC but also for those who are just starting and roasters. Easy to use and easy to share. Very professional report!"

"Tastify™ is an affordable tool to help me assess my clients and to present my ideas with beautiful visuals. It also has an immense potential to help anyone learn how to cup!"

"Tastify™ is the perfect way to standardize cupping and allows for non-traditional cupping to do it right and objectively"

Luiz Rodrigues

Owner, Fazenda California

Ivan Hartanto

Co-founder, Belift Green Beans

Yimara Martinez

Quality Specialist, Sustainable Harvest

Sara Morocchi

Founder, Vuna Coffee Rituals

Mike Ebert

Founder, Firedancer Coffee Consultants


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10 Things to Look For in Coffee Green Grading
May 12, 2022

10 Things to Look For in Coffee Green Grading

 

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Coffee Cultivar Accross The Globe
May 10, 2022

Coffee Cultivar Accross The Globe

With numerous high-quality coffee beans worldwide, each region has its distinctive coffee cultivar depending on its conditions – environmentally, such as soil and humidity, and even culturally depending on the people's customs. 

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How to Obtain a Q-grader Certification
Apr 25, 2022

How to Obtain a Q-grader Certification

It’s said that there are only about 4000 Q-graders in the world, and only 30% of the exam takers pass. Thus, we can conclude that the Q-grader certification is a serious uptaking, and once obtained, means that you really know coffee.

So what makes this certification prestigious and how do you pass the exams?

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The Evolution and History of Coffee Cupping
Apr 19, 2022

The Evolution and History of Coffee Cupping

Coffee cupping has been around in the coffee industry for quite a long time and you might wonder how it was started and who initiated the system. So, in this blog, we will take you to a history of coffee cupping lesson – we’re sure that it’ll be far from boring!

The history of coffee cupping as a standardized system to check coffee consistency has been around since the late 19th century. It was initially used for buying decisions in auctions for merchants. Up until that time, there was no established standardization system for coffee. The term ‘cup testing’ was only used for visual assessment of the coffee –the coffee was priced solely based on the size and color of the green beans. 

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Your Guide to Processing Methods by Taste
Apr 11, 2022

Your Guide to Processing Methods by Taste

Processing: of all the stages that coffee goes through in its journey from seed to cup, it’s processing that plays the most important role in determining unique flavor profiles. Of course, this isn’t to say that roasting and brewing don’t significantly impact flavor (because they do). Rather, processing develops the flavor profile that roasting and brewing accentuates and refines. Whether a coffee tastes like white peach and almond extract isn’t going to be a result of manipulating roast profile; i.e, you can’t “roast-in” flavor notes (with the exception of “ashiness” and “burnt” notes as a result of too dark a roast). A smart roaster would be keen to accent the peach note through careful roasting, but the fact that it tastes like peaches at all—well that’s down to the processing.

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Coffee Cupping and Tasting: What's the Difference?
Apr 04, 2022

Coffee Cupping and Tasting: What's the Difference?

Did you know that coffee cupping and coffee tasting are different?

Even though the practice is kind of similar –to evaluate the cup quality–, coffee cupping and coffee tasting actually serve different purposes, consist of different evaluation times and even different procedures. If you can actually master both “techniques”, it will give you a better picture on how your coffee is produced from the origin to the final cup, thus you can understand your cup quality and coffee better – on how it’s roasted and brewed. Regardless of whether you want to assess the green beans quality, how a coffee is roasted and how it tastes as a cup of brewed coffee, both cupping and tasting should be included in your skillset. Rather than being a ‘versus,’ they are actually complementary protocols to serve better coffee and cup quality. 

So, what’s coffee cupping?

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