Horsham Coffee Roaster: Nova Espresso Blend
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From Horsham Coffee Roaster:
Nova is our new take on a more tradition high quality Italian style espresso blend. Based around a really good quality coffee from Brazil, this blend is roasted a touch darker than our Workhorse blend. We've developed the blend and roast style to suit espresso extraction and it's easy to work with and fairly forgiving. It also tastes great in milk and the dark chocolate notes really cut through, even in an 8oz latte. If you are looking for a bright, juicy espresso we'd suggestion our Workhorse blend.
The blend comprises:
- Liza Washing station, Rwanda 30% - Varietal: Red Bourbon. Process: Washed
- Fazenda Paraiso, Brazil 70% - Varietal: Yellow Bourbon, Mondo Novo, Red Catuai, Process: Pulped Natural
This coffee works well with all filter brewers and espresso. For filter we recommend a 1 - 15 brew ratio, and for espresso a 1 - 2.1 brew ratio. For espresso, the timing is fairly forgiving with this one but something between 26 and 30 seconds is likely to yield the best results.
Example - Filter: 17g - 250ml // Espresso: 18g - 36g
Delivery prices to United Kingdom
Initial collection: Coffee that's good with milk
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