Our wholesale customers know this as Espresso 2.
This is our best selling coffee.
A light continental roast is blended with a full medium roast for strong espresso, medium latte or cappuccino. It can also be made with a filter system when we would recommend it is best with milk.
This is our most popular espresso coffee. Using a blend of Latin American arabica coffees, it’s designed to produce a strong but smooth espresso or a medium to strong latte. It’s the best of both worlds and as such is a favorite with our catering customers.
It’s also smooth enough to make a strong shot without tasting bitter. That’s how we serve this coffee in our own cafe based in London’s Notting Hill. We are told by our many regular customers that it’s the strongest coffee on the street.
Our for all methods grind is finer than many other producers. This helps the flavor to seep into your drink. For mass market suppliers there is a problem with this: over time a finer grind will lead to faster staling on supermarket shelves. But our direct distribution ensures that our coffee is fresh and benefits from the finer grind.
We have designed this for all methods grind to work in a cafetiere, filter or stove top machine. Note: when coffee is ground for all methods it cannot be perfect. Where available it can help to use the specific grind. So a cafetiere grind will make larger grounds and reduce any sediment at the bottom of your cup. A filter grind will slow down the infusion and get more out.
As the roast of the coffee gets stronger the grind needed gets finer, so a continental roast will run through very fast while a medium to mild coffee using the same system will go through very slowly.
Did you realize: our coffee packs are always 250 grams, not 225 grams as is often the case with mass market coffee.