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"I am extremely happy with this product. I have tried many different coffee beans over the years, but this one is unbelievable! I just love it. I am truly letting you know that your coffee is Superior! "

Lori S.
Fairview Park, Ohio


 


Espresso

When you long for a coffee with more body, richer flavor, and a fuller aroma than filtered coffee, espresso may be your answer.

Espresso was first introduced at the Paris Fair, by the French inventor Edward Loysel de Santais. An Italian seized the idea, and the rest is history. The literal meaning of the word espresso is, "made at the spur of the moment."

To brew espresso, a burst of hot water is pushed through finely ground coffee. The result is one and a half ounces of very strong brew, topped with a layer of crema - the very heart of espresso. Very few Americans enjoy a shot of espresso as Italians do. Instead Americans tend to prefer espresso in a cappuccino, latte, or mocha. American specialty coffee roasters generally use the mild Arabica bean for a more mellow espresso.

To make espresso, follow these simple rules: Grind your coffee extra fine. You will know you have reached the correct grind when you can make a finger print in a small amount held in the palm of your hand. Put 8-10 grams of ground coffee per 2 ounce shot in a stovetop espresso maker. Put 7 grams of ground coffee per 1.5 ounce shot in an electric espresso maker. Brew and enjoy great espresso!

 

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Price Comparison

1 cup coffee at home $0.20

1 cup of coffee at your local coffee shop
$2.50 - $4.50


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Free Pound when you buy 10 pounds at one time

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Ship from 3 to 6 pounds of coffee anywhere in the U.S. for $13.60


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