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Costadoro Espresso "Easy Coffee" - Whole Bean, 2.2 lb Bag / 1 Case - eldorado-coffee-roasters
Costadoro Espresso "Easy Coffee" - Whole Bean, 2.2 lb Bag / 1 Case - eldorado-coffee-roasters

Costadoro Espresso "Easy Coffee" - Whole Bean, 2.2 lb Bag / 1 Case

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$24.00
  • Take it easy…with easy coffee. This espresso blends 70% Arabica and 30% Robusta beans from all over the world, especially Italy.
  • The combination provides a complex flavor profile filled with chocolate and caramel, fruit and spices.
  • This bag includes whole beans, so you can grind it to the right coarseness for whatever convenient coffee maker you have at home.
  • Additional Information
  • Blend Sources
  • Description
  • WEIGHT

    2.2 lbs / 6bags

  • CONTENTS

    Whole Bean

  • INGREDIENTS

    70% Arabica 30% Robusta Coffee

  • ROAST

    Espresso

ROAST INTENSITY: ESPRESSO

ITALY

ORIGIN:ITALY

Renowned for its coffee products, Italy is known for the creation of the cappuccino, latte, and espresso.

Coffee Bean Types and Flavors From Around The World

What are the different coffee bean types and flavors you can experience from around the world? 

Central American and Colombian: Regions in Central America and Colombia are the ideal elevation and subtropical climate to produce the heartiest, healthiest coffee beans for our brew. Most of the Arabica beans are light and well balanced with fruity undertones. 

Brazilian: Brazil is the most well-known and widely spread harvester of coffee in South America. They typically grow Robusta beans, which is more used for commercial sale as opposed to specialty stores. These beans are heavier and fuller, and they often have chocolate overtones. 

Ethiopia: The birthplace of coffee, Ethiopia has a high level of biodiversity which allows for an array of distinct coffee beans. These beans often have a caramel or syrupy taste with overtones of berries. This is a preferred favorite for light and medium roasts. 

Kenya: Kenyan beans are bold and strong. They provide a wine-like acidity with a sort of tropical taste and feel. We love using Kenyan beans in our blends because it provides a strong “kick” that enlivens and complements other beans nicely. 

Italy: Italian beans are slightly less strong because they’re grown in cooler climates. This gives them a smoother, oilier flavor with tones of berry, citrus, and fruit. This makes the Italian bean ideal for an espresso or dark roast, where the oiliness of the bean really shines.

We hope this overview of coffee bean types and flavors provides some helpful insight! Take it easy…with easy coffee. This espresso blends 70% Arabica and 30% Robusta beans from all over the world so that you don't have to decide!