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Eldorado Coffee Roasters Premium Coffee and Espresso Variety Pack

Eldorado Coffee Roasters Premium Coffee and Espresso Variety Pack

Grab our best selling Espresso and Coffee Variety Pack! You will receive: 1 Cafe Eldorado Espresso - Ground, 9 oz Brick, 1 Cafe Eldorado Decafe Espresso - Ground 9 oz Brick, 1 Eldorado Coffee Premium Blend Coffee - Ground 10 oz Can.

Weight: N/A

Contents: 2 Bricks and 1 Can

Ingredients: Variety

Sources: Variety

Roast: Variety

Regular price $12.99 USD
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How Espresso Ground Coffee Is Roasted and Brewed

Espresso isn’t just a fancy word for small coffee. It’s actually translated to “pressed out” or “expressed” because of the way it’s roasted and brewed. The process of crafting espresso ground coffee is different than your regular cup of java.

First the roast. Espresso grounds require a dark roast, meaning it’s roasted for a longer period of time than lighter roasts of coffee. It’s usually the darkest roast of beans, which brings out a smokier and oilier flavor. This burns off a lot of the acidity, which ends up leaving behind a stronger and smoother taste.   

With regards to brewing, espresso is brewed much faster than regular coffee. That’s because espresso uses finely ground, tightly packed coffee grounds. The water can travel through this fine grind faster, creating a quicker extraction process. The espresso is also put under higher pressure, usually nine bars, which extracts more of the coffee oil. This is where the name “espresso” was born. The hot water is being quickly and forcefully pressed down (es-press-o) through fine coffee grounds to create the extraction.

Despite its speedy process, espresso ground coffee was made to be sipped and enjoyed at a leisurely pace. We know your lifestyle is busy and wild, but don’t forget to stop and savor your Eldorado espresso ground coffee when you get the chance.

Why Drink Premium Ground Coffee Vs Whole Beans

Does it matter if you buy your coffee pre-ground or do you need to grind your coffee at home? Ultimately, the choice comes down to preference, but we’ll give you the scoop (of coffee beans) below. 

Premium ground coffee tends to be a more popular route. The coffee company will take the coffee beans, grind it into a fine powder, and package it. You simply scoop your ground coffee directly into your drip system for a quicker coffee making process. Ground coffee is a good option if you use drip brewers, like a manual pour over or standard coffeemaker. 

Whole bean coffee requires a little more work. You’ll likely need to buy your own grinder, so you can grind the beans at home before brewing. Some commercial storefronts will grind beans for you if you purchase them in-house. Freshly ground coffee tends to taste fresher and have a more complex flavor palate than ground, though a lot of people can’t tell the difference. Whole bean coffee tends to stay fresh longer, so you may opt for this if you don’t drink the same coffee every day.

Try our house premium ground coffee for a combo of convenience and quality, or go for whole beans to create your own coffee experience. 

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