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Caffè Ferrari

The secret of Caffè Ferrari lies in the roasting on coal fire.


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Ferrari Caffè
CHF 24,90 2 SIZES
Caffè Ferrari Crema

Ideal for a typical café crème or mild espresso, environmentally friendly packed in a resealable aluminium-free bag. It must be Monday or Thursday. Coffee is roasted at Ferrari on these days. And has been since 1895.Renato Ferrari, 76, owner of Switzerland's oldest and last coffee roastery that still uses coal for heating, stands next to the glowing oven to check the roasting degree of the beans. For half an hour, he repeatedly pulls off handfuls of beans with the sample extractor and places them in the cooling sieve: "It's purely a matter of eye, based on experience. Something you can't explain."At Ferrari, they only use top-class Arabica beans. The roasting process with the machines built in 1895 takes considerably longer than modern roasting methods, as the temperature with the coal fire reaches a maximum of 200 degrees. However, this supposed disadvantage is an advantage, because a large part of the tannic acid is eliminated in this gentle way. This is actually the whole secret of the particularly mild and digestible Caffè Ferrari.Ferrari roasts three aromatic, low-acid coffee blends. He serves the café crème generation with "Grandma's Käfeli", the espresso generation with the roasts "tipo Milano" (light) and "tipo Napoli" (dark). E.S.E. Pads are 18 aroma-tight, hard-pressed individual portions (Ø44mm) available in two different blends.Celebrities such as Ferdi Kübler, Kurt Aeschbacher, Viktor Giacobbo and Mike Müller are among the long-time fans of Ferrari's freshly roasted Caffè.

Ferrari Caffè
CHF 27,50 2 SIZES
Caffè Ferrari Crema, Nespresso compatible

100% Nespresso compatible. Ideal for a typical café crème or mild espresso, environmentally friendly packed in a resealable bag. It must be Monday or Thursday. Coffee is roasted at Ferrari on these days. And has been since 1895.Renato Ferrari, 76, owner of Switzerland's oldest and last coffee roastery that still uses coal for heating, stands next to the glowing oven to check the roasting degree of the beans. For half an hour, he repeatedly pulls off handfuls of beans with the sample extractor and places them in the cooling sieve: "It's purely a matter of eye, based on experience. Something you can't explain."At Ferrari, they only use top-class Arabica beans. The roasting process with the machines built in 1895 takes considerably longer than modern roasting methods, as the temperature with the coal fire reaches a maximum of 200 degrees. However, this supposed disadvantage is an advantage, because a large part of the tannic acid is eliminated in this gentle way. This is actually the whole secret of the particularly mild and digestible Caffè Ferrari.Ferrari roasts three aromatic, low-acid coffee blends. He serves the café crème generation with "Grandma's Käfeli", the espresso generation with the roasts "tipo Milano" (light) and "tipo Napoli" (dark). E.S.E. Pads are 18 aroma-tight, hard-pressed individual portions (Ø44mm) available in two different blends.Celebrities such as Ferdi Kübler, Kurt Aeschbacher, Viktor Giacobbo and Mike Müller are among the long-time fans of Ferrari's freshly roasted Caffè.

Ferrari Caffè
CHF 99,90 2 SIZES
Caffè Ferrari Espresso

The typical Italian coffee blend for the espresso lover, environmentally friendly packed in a resealable aluminium-free bag. It must be Monday or Thursday. Coffee is roasted at Ferrari on these days. And has been since 1895.Renato Ferrari, 76, owner of Switzerland's oldest and last coffee roastery that still uses coal for heating, stands next to the glowing oven to check the roasting degree of the beans. For half an hour, he repeatedly pulls off handfuls of beans with the sample extractor and places them in the cooling sieve: "It's purely a matter of eye, based on experience. Something you can't explain."At Ferrari, they only use top-class Arabica beans. The roasting process with the machines built in 1895 takes considerably longer than modern roasting methods, as the temperature with the coal fire reaches a maximum of 200 degrees. However, this supposed disadvantage is an advantage, because a large part of the tannic acid is eliminated in this gentle way. This is actually the whole secret of the particularly mild and digestible Caffè Ferrari.Ferrari roasts three aromatic, low-acid coffee blends. He serves the café crème generation with "Grandma's Käfeli", the espresso generation with the roasts "tipo Milano" (light) and "tipo Napoli" (dark). E.S.E. Pads are 18 aroma-tight, hard-pressed individual portions (Ø44mm) available in two different blends.Celebrities such as Ferdi Kübler, Kurt Aeschbacher, Viktor Giacobbo and Mike Müller are among the long-time fans of Ferrari's freshly roasted Caffè.

Caffè Ferrari Ristretto
CHF 24,90 280 g
Caffè Ferrari Ristretto

The typical Italian coffee blend for the ristretto lover, environmentally friendly packed in a resealable aluminium-free bag. It must be Monday or Thursday. Coffee is roasted at Ferrari on these days. And this has been going on since 1895.Renato Ferrari, 76, owner of Switzerland's oldest and last coffee roastery that still uses coal for heating, stands next to the glowing oven to check the roasting degree of the beans. For half an hour, he repeatedly pulls off handfuls of beans with the sample extractor and places them in the cooling sieve: "It's purely a matter of eye, based on experience. Something you can't explain."At Ferrari, they only use top-class Arabica beans. The roasting process with the machines built in 1895 takes considerably longer than modern roasting methods, as the temperature with the coal fire reaches a maximum of 200 degrees. However, this supposed disadvantage is an advantage, because a large part of the tannic acid is eliminated in this gentle way. This is actually the whole secret of the particularly mild and digestible Caffè Ferrari.Ferrari roasts three aromatic, low-acid coffee blends. He serves the café crème generation with "Grandma's Käfeli", the espresso generation with the roasts "tipo Milano" (light) and "tipo Napoli" (dark). E.S.E. Pads are 18 aroma-tight, hard-pressed individual portions (Ø44mm) available in two different blends.Celebrities such as Ferdi Kübler, Kurt Aeschbacher, Viktor Giacobbo and Mike Müller are among the long-time fans of Ferrari's freshly roasted Caffè.