Idea temp for making coffee?
While there is some wiggle room for ideal temperature, they are within a 15 degree range. Most people aim for approximately 200 degrees, less than boiling, to extract the flavor without bitterness.
Coffee beans, are not in fact beans, but the seeds from the fruit of plants in the Coffea genus. The fruits are sometimes called 'coffee cherries' and in some cases have a strong resemblance to the red cherry that is typically eaten. However, the two belong to completely different families of plant. Cherry pits and peach pits contain small quantities of cyanide and making coffee from them would be a bad idea.
The amount of coffee that should be used in a 24 cup Faberware coffee pot is 24 tablespoons of coffee. The general rule to making coffee is 1 tablespoon per cup of coffee desired. For milder coffee less can be used, and for stronger coffee more can be used. Adjust the amount of coffee for the desired strength.
It depends on what you mean really. Coffee vaporizes at 150C-170C. I think however that this temp might apply to the leaf so if you are talking about coffee grounds it may work but maybe at another temperature. If your looking for a jolt from caffeine from smoking coffee, then maybe have a look at what heat does to caffeine molecule, if it vaporizes of at a certain point etc...