Perfect to use for
tiramisu or great as iced
coffee. Espresso is wonderful in all kinds of recipes. Use it
whenever coffee is called for in a gourmet recipe.
The first time I tasted espresso was in a coffee house in Greenwich Village
in New York City. It was 1959 and the place was full of the Flower
Children, or Hippies if you prefer. They were reciting poetry and playing
ukuleles. The espresso was strong and so are the memories.
You and espresso will have to make your own memories...those days are gone.
A cup of freshly roasted
specialty espresso is one of life's great pleasures, costing only a fraction of
what a soft drink or a distinctive wine would cost.
While fine coffee and
espresso require proper roasting, grinding and brewing, the enjoyment derived
far exceeds the effort. The difference between coffees and espresso will be
described in detail here, keep in mind that no finer coffee or espresso can be
had than that roasted daily by a long, slow process. This brings us to our
introduction to you, gentle reader, to Caffe ‘D Oro and the wonderful world of
What makes Caffe D’ Oro
espresso so special is an almost forgotten technique; very slow roasting of the
green coffee beans over a gas fire. This extracts the fullest potential from the
bean. This singular roasting process puts the coffee or espresso from the Coffee
Bean among the world's finest.
Almost all other roasting
methods of espresso use either superheated hot air or catalytic burners, which
boost the temperature in order to cook the beans quickly.
Please peruse our web
page of espressos and buy the freshest, finest espresso on the market today.