How to Store Coffee. To enjoy the aromatic taste of coffee, it is important to pay attention to how it is stored. We recommend consuming coffee beans within 3 weeks of roasting, and ground coffee within 2 weeks of roasting. It is essential to keep the coffee away from heat, moisture, air, and light.
We recommend keeping coffee in our bags or in tightly closed containers, in dry and cold places.
What could be more pleasant for a coffee lover than the smell emanating from the freshly opened coffee bag? Unfortunately, this smell loses its intensity and the complex aroma of coffee is temporary.
Below I will describe some ways in which we can enjoy its fresh flavor for longer. The basic principles are simple. We want to limit temperature fluctuations, oxygen access to coffee, and exposure to light.
What is the best way to drink coffee?
When it comes to coffee, not only its type is important for a full experience, but also the way it is drunk.
To feel the real aroma of drinking coffee, we shouldn’t be focused only on the taste felt, the appearance and smell making a major contribution to the created experience.
To help you enjoy your daily cup of joy to the fullest, we’ve put together some important aspects that will maximize your entire experience.
Espresso is a concentrated coffee with an intense aroma. It was first prepared in Italy and the name comes from its quick preparation time (which makes it perfect for those moments when we are in a hurry).
This brewing method is a good option for those who want to cut off the caffeine as well because Espresso coffee contains 18% less of it.
What is a cappuccino?
Cappuccino is an espresso based beverage similar to the Latte but with a stronger espresso flavor, typically composed of a single espresso shot, hot milk and the surface topped with foamed milk.
However in some parts of the world, like Austria, Prague, Budapest and other parts of the former Austrian empire cappuccinos are still made more like Vinnese Kapuziners topped with whipped cream and other additives.
The year 2020 was not the most beloved, but now that it is over, we can focus on receiving the good things that will come with this new beginning!
After all the insecurity offered by this period, one thing that stands still is the brew guide we have prepared for you.
Christmas is almost here!
The gingerbread is already part of the family, along with the Christmas blend we have been enjoying since the beginning of December.
For the Christmas atmosphere to be complete, we are waiting for some snow. But with or without it, Santa will surely find a way to reach everyone, as he does every year. Imagine crossing the whole earth in one night. Madness. I don’t know about you, but I would be really grateful to have a coffee waiting for me next to that glass of milk and those delicious cakes… or maybe 3?!
hat surprises do you have in mind for your loved ones this year?
Socks, gloves, scarves… scented candles? You took them all, for everyone, and you have no ideas left. You want something to make them happy, to remind them of you, to be used with pleasure.
We have an idea. Coffee! This Christmas, as a gift, offer coffee. What else could be the perfect match for those Christmas cakes?
All you want in the morning is to start your day with a good coffee?
You get out of bed and instinctively go to the coffee cupboard. You open it and wake up instantly when you notice that you have no more coffee. You’re thinking of going to your favorite cafe this morning. Ah, but wait, it’s a pandemic, and it’s all closed. Grumpy, you go to the corner store and buy a bag of coffee. You get home, turn on the stove, put the ibrik on the fire, pour the coffee, and finally, you can enjoy it. You take the first sip. It’s bitter.
We believe that the way you start your morning influences your whole day. Thus, in addition to the many specialty coffee types (burundi, kenya, guatemala etc.) that we provide, we have put together a small brew guide for you to have great coffee every morning, evening, or night (why not).