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Costadoro Decaf Espresso - Whole Bean, 2.2 lb Bag / 1 Case - eldorado-coffee-roasters
Costadoro Decaf Espresso - Whole Bean, 2.2 lb Bag / 1 Case - eldorado-coffee-roasters

Costadoro Decaf Espresso - Whole Bean, 2.2 lb Bag / 1 Case

Regular price
$25.00
  • 100% Arabica beans sourced in Italy, the home and heart of espresso perfection.
  • This bag offers a decaf bean, which means it contains less than 10% caffeine.
  • You’ll fall in love with the authentic Italian flavor, available right in your kitchen.
  • Additional Information
  • Blend Sources
  • Description
  • WEIGHT

    2.2 lb / 6bags

  • CONTENTS

    Whole Bean

  • INGREDIENTS

    100% Arabica 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 Taste Chart 

Curious how we select and craft our coffees? Check out this coffee bean taste chart to learn more factors that impact flavor. 

Acidity: This is the “sharpness” or “brightness” on your tongue. You actually want your coffee to be at least slightly acidic, otherwise it will taste dull and flat. 

Aroma: Our taste buds can only work as well as our nostrils do. The smell of the coffee can enhance and enliven your experience, providing more essences and notes that the tongue can’t pick up. 

Body: Due to the oiliness of the bean, some coffees will feel heavier and denser in your mouth than others. A full-bodied coffee, like an espresso, may taste more like milk or cream, while a light-body will have more of a watery consistency. 

Roast: The time spent in heat will impact and change the flavor of the bean. Light roasts are milder and less oily with more caffeine, medium roasts are moderate and bittersweet, and dark roasts are slightly bitter and smooth. 

Balance: This is the term used to describe how the flavors interact with one another. You want it to be a balance of acidity and mellowness along with bitterness and sweetness. 

Finish: Referring to the aftertaste, the “finish” is what you taste when the coffee has left your mouth. Some varieties have a cocoa or chocolate finish, others taste of caramel, and others are fruity or nutty.