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Espresso Coffee

Capybara Creek

 150,00 DKK

Saycoffee’s Capybara Creek is a medium roast coffee, good for both Filter and Espresso coffee. Deep, dark flavour with plenty of chocolate and fullness with some spice and caramel sweetness. There's an edge to the acidity that balances out those heavy notes making for a delicious cup of coffee. The bag contains 425 g. of coffee

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Always remember to use fresh water (preferably filtered). Filtered water will prolong the life of your machine and you will get the most flavor out of your beans.
  1. Use a scale to measure your coffee dose. (19 grams of coffee)
  2. Distribute the coffee evenly in the Portafilter so that it is flat. Use your finger if necessary.
  3. Press the coffee into the Portafilter with a pressure of 10-15 kg. make sure that the coffee is level inside the Portafilter. This is more important than pressure.
  4. Adjust your grind size to get the full weight of your drink (38 grams)with an extraction time of approximately 27 seconds. The extraction time is controlled by your grind setting, so it's worth experimenting with. The size of your grind determines how long the coffee will take to extract. A finer grind creates more surface area for the water to run through. It can create a stronger flavor, but this is mainly determined by the extraction time and, not the grind itself.
  5. For a balanced cup, give the espresso a quick stirwith a spoon to mix the layers

Dosage: 19 grams of coffee for double espresso

Brewing weight: 38 g

Brewing time: 27 seconds

Grinding degree: Very fine.

Water temp: 93° C.

Water pressure: 7 bar

Exquisite coffee beans from Brazil, Ethiopia and Tanzania. As a tribute to the quality coffee beans from Brazil, that goes into this coffee blend is named after the native animal of Brazil, the Capybara.