Gold Bean Coffee – Romeo is a higher classic of Italian espresso. Rich and full body. Its delicate fruitiness can be characterized by the taste of almond cake, cocoa and marzipan. The best of these flavors stand out in cappuccino. Romeo coffee is also perfect for mocha and filter. Roasted for espresso, but also excellent in alternative ways of preparation.
Awards: Winner of 1 star at the Great Taste Awards 2018 in the espresso category. Winner of bronze medal at the International Taste Awards 2020 in the espresso category.
Origin: Romeo coffee is a blend of 6 to 7 single origin coffees, 85% arabica and 15% robusta. Origin of main ingredient: Brazil. Each Gold Bean Coffee blend is the final harmony of the tastes of the coffee of which it is composed and is mixed according to the tastes of people. The Gold Bean Coffee blends are mixed by Italian experts in laboratories directly in the port. They are mixed from different sources so that every month, every year they have the same final taste.
Roasting: level 4, espresso roasting curve (1 – light, 2 light / medium, 3 – medium, 4 – medium, 5 – medium / dark, 6 – dark)
Use: espresso, moka pot, filter
Grinding: medium / medium hard beans
Our experience: Gold Bean Coffee – Romeo coffee belongs to our interesting coffee blends and at the same time it is a very universal blend for alternative coffee preparations. It is a medium-higher classic of Italian espresso and has a varied spectrum of flavors with a very subtle hint of acidity.
Good advice: The best way to enjoy every coffee is to grind it properly. Romeo coffee requires medium coarse grinding, on a scale from 1 to 10 (1 finest, 10 coarsest) about grade 3-4, depending on the type of grinder and its wear. In espresso machines, we recommend setting the grinder to the finest grind and only if the coffee flows slowly use a coarser grind. It is best to enjoy freshly roasted coffee beans – preferably 2 weeks to two months after roasting (depending on the storage of raw and roasted coffee, when storing raw coffee in a vacuum from the farm to the roaster and proper packaging after roasting, even roasted coffee can maintain freshness for several months). You can find more about proper coffee preparation on our Coffee Advice page.
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