Cast Iron Coffee Roasters: Eden Seasonal Espresso Blend
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Espresso recipe: The classic 2:1 ratio is a great starting point for pulling an awesome shot of Eden Espresso. What do we mean by that? Well use 19g of coffee to produce a shot that weighs 38g in around 28 seconds.
Eden is a great espresso to play around with, if you prefer the shot slightly fruitier then let the shot run fast, say 24 seconds. If you would like the toffee flavours to become more chocolatey then a shot time of around 34 seconds will do the trick.
When do we roast and post your coffee?
Orders placed Monday to Thursday will ship next day, orders which are placed Friday to Sunday will be posted out on Monday.
Delivery prices to United Kingdom
Initial collection: Cast Iron Coffee Roasters - West Sussex
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