There are three key things to look for in an expertly prepared espresso Aroma, body and crema can help you recognise what a good espresso looks like.
Here’s everything you need to know about the shortest member of the coffee family – the ristretto.
It might be a familiar part of your life, but how much do you know about your daily espresso? Here are a few little-known facts about this small but mighty drink.
Espresso is everywhere. It’s certainly the foundation of how people drink coffee in Europe, and increasingly further afield. But what actually is espresso?
This dairy and gluten-free biscuit that’s crunchy on the outside, chewy in the middle, and very, very nutty.
A classic combination of coffee and banana by Chef Ursula Ferrigno, this is sure to become a festive favourite.
These double-baked crisp biscuits are packed with dried fruit and nuts. Best enjoyed with a cup of strong coffee or dipped in some vanilla ice cream for a sweet treat.
What matters to our farmers, matters to us.
There’s no such things as a stereotypical coffee grower. Plantations can range from small plots to thousands of hectares. We’re committed to developing relationships with all our coffee farmers, no matter the size.
Terroir is complex, but most simply, it’s the thing that makes coffee special.