House Espresso Coffee
House Espresso Coffee
About The Cup's House Espresso Blend
As you may already know, espresso coffee beans are one of the most popular types of coffee beans in the world. They are specifically roasted and ground to make a strong, concentrated cup of coffee that is perfect as a standalone shot or as a base for various espresso-based drinks such as lattes and cappuccinos.
But what sets dark roast espresso with chocolate notes and a smooth finish apart from other types of espresso beans? Let's delve deeper into the unique characteristics of this type of coffee bean.
Dark roast espresso beans are roasted for a longer period of time than light or medium roast beans, resulting in a bold and intense flavor profile. When brewed, they have a deep, rich color and a strong body that can stand up to added milk and sugar. This makes them the perfect choice for those who enjoy a strong, full-bodied cup of coffee.
But what sets dark roast espresso beans with chocolate notes apart from other dark roasts? The answer lies in the flavor notes. Chocolate notes are often described as rich, sweet, and slightly bitter, similar to the taste of cocoa powder or dark chocolate. When combined with the bold and intense flavors of a dark roast, this results in a complex and indulgent cup of espresso.
And let's not forget about the smooth finish. This refers to the texture of the coffee as it coats your palate. A smooth finish is often associated with high-quality coffee beans that have been carefully sourced and roasted to perfection. It indicates a well-balanced flavor and a pleasing mouthfeel that leaves you wanting more.
One of the most distinctive characteristics of dark roast espresso with chocolate notes is the heavy crema when extracted. Crema refers to the thin layer of foam that forms on top of an espresso shot, and it is considered a sign of a well-made espresso. The rich and intense flavors of this type of coffee bean contribute to the thick and luxurious crema, making each shot of espresso an indulgent treat.
So next time you're in need of a strong and flavorful cup of coffee, consider reaching for some dark roast espresso beans with chocolate notes and a smooth finish. Your taste buds will thank you. So why not give it a try today? You might just discover your new favorite type of coffee bean. Happy brewing! So why not give it a try today? You might just discover your new favorite type of coffee bean. Happy brewing!
House Espresso Roasting Process:
- Air Roasted in smaller batches for better quality
- House Espresso Beans
- Dark Roast
- More consistent roasting process
- Removes excess chaff instead of burning and ground
- Produces less smoke and less carcinogens
- No unpleasant burnt flavors
- Less bitter and acidic while providing a smoother, richer taste
- All orders roasted at time of order and shipped fresh!
House Espresso Single Serve Pods (Keurig®-Compatible)
iFillCup™ single-serve pods are made from 100% polypropylene from filter to lid and work in standard 2.0 machines. The strong polypropylene filter can hold finer coffee grounds, which are important for a strong cup of coffee at a large size.
About The Cup Coffee Pods have a deeper filter, allowing it to be filled with more coffee for a richer brew. Same size as other pods, holds more coffee inside.
The adhesive-sealed lid tightly seals in freshness. Your coffee won’t quickly get stale!
**Keurig Supreme and Keurig Supreme Plus Owners
Important Message for Keurig Supreme and Supreme Plus Owners**
These pods contain fresh roasted coffee, which requires a sturdier pod than traditional K-Cups. Your machine may have trouble piercing the lid with the label. If you get an unsatisfactory cup (weak coffee or coffee grounds in cup,) please just remove the flavor label on the top of the pod before brewing. Enjoy! (This is only if you did not select Single Serve Pods Supreme / Supreme+, where sticker will be on side)
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