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E.S.E. PADS, Ø44MM

The practical single portions with 7.5 grams of coffee are ideally suited for pads coffee machines, for example FranzisFranzis

The practical single portions with 7.5 grams of coffee are ideally suited for pads coffee machines, for example FranzisFranzis


E.S.E. System: Genuss von Spitzen-Espresso und Kaffee.

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Alps Coffee
CHF 6,40 100 g
Alps Coffee Caffè Espresso Decaffeinato

This decaffeinated espresso-based coffee made from 90% Arabica and 10% Robusta beans convinces with its wholesome and full-bodied flavour and comes exclusively from selected producers in Central America and South Asia, from organic and fair cultivation. Schreyögg Espresso Caffeine Free is the heartier version of Bar Exquisit from the same roastery. This Caffè is medium in every respect - and that is what makes it so exceptional. It is well suited for finding one's own position. There are milder varieties, there are stronger varieties, you can get Caffè with more or also with less acidity. Or you can say: Yes, this is just right for my taste.E.S.E : This abbreviation stands for "Easy Serving Espresso" - loosely translated, "Espresso, times quite simple". Provided you have a compatible espresso machine, you get one cup like another, always creamy, always perfect. Simply insert the sachet into the machine, let the water run through - and you're done. By the way, the E.S.E. sachets from Amici contain the same roast as the "loose" coffee. So you don't have to sacrifice anything in terms of taste. And the best thing is: everything stays clean, no more crusty coffee grounds. By the way, the used portion bags can be composted in an environmentally friendly way.The Schreyögg coffee roasting company from South Tyrol is now run by the third generation, Peter Schreyögg. The roastery is a member of the Istituto Nazionale Espresso Italiano (INEI for short). The institute protects and promotes genuine and pure Italian espresso coffee.

New York Caffè
CHF 8,70 2 SIZES
New York Cialde

Test winner in practical dispenser box In the Feinschmecker test of E.S.E. (Easy Serving Espresso) compatible products (11/2002), Caffè New York won - once again. The testers judged a full-bodied, round espresso with a long finish and mild, well-integrated acidity and gave it an overall rating of 2. We can agree with this, even if our assessment is somewhat more detailed. By the way, the composition of the Cialde (that's the Italian word for it) largely corresponds to the Extra XXXX roast. Only the small portions of the wickedly expensive Blue Mountain beans used there have been omitted here. The result is a pouch of unusual harmony that can be used universally. Whether espresso, cappuccino or a long cup of Schümli, these pouches are a well-rounded affair. Visually and in terms of taste.E.S.E : This abbreviation stands for "Easy Serving Espresso" - loosely translated, this means "Espresso, times quite simple". Provided you have a compatible espresso machine, you get one cup like another, always creamy, always perfect. Simply insert the sachet into the machine, let the water run through and you're done.The story of Caffè New York began a good 70 years ago in the small town of Montecatini Terme in Tuscany. Ugo Incerpi, owner of the Bar New York, bought a roasting machine in order to be able to offer an exceptional coffee to the select clientele who came to the spa town for a cure. The coffee was so excellent that word got around in no time. In the 50s and 60s, Mr. Incerpi's son-in-law, Oscar Onori, expanded the "one-man roastery" and began to distribute "Caffé New York" to bars and restaurants throughout Tuscany.In the Feinschmecker test of E.S.E. (Easy Serving Espresso) compatible products (11/2002), Caffè New York won - once again. The testers judged it to be a full-bodied, round espresso with a long finish and mild, well-integrated acidity, and gave it an overall rating of 2. We can agree with this, even if our assessment is somewhat more detailed. By the way, the composition of the Cialde (that's the Italian word for it) largely corresponds to the Extra XXXX roast. Only the small proportions of the wickedly expensive Blue Mountain beans used there have been omitted here. The result is a pouch of unusual harmony that can be used universally. Whether espresso, cappuccino or a long cup of Schümli, these pouches are a well-rounded affair. Visually and in terms of taste.E.S.E : This abbreviation stands for "Easy Serving Espresso" - loosely translated, this means "Espresso, times quite simple". Provided you have a compatible espresso machine, you get one cup like another, always creamy, always perfect. Simply insert the sachet into the machine, let the water run through, and you're done.The story of Caffè New York began a good 70 years ago in the small town of Montecatini Terme in Tuscany. Ugo Incerpi, owner of the Bar New York, bought a roasting machine at that time in order to be able to offer an exceptional coffee to the select clientele who came to the spa town for a cure. The coffee was so excellent that word got around in no time. In the 1950s and 1960s, Mr. Incerpi's son-in-law, Oscar Onori, expanded the "one-man roastery" and began to distribute "Caffé New York" to bars and restaurants throughout Tuscany.

Blasercafé
CHF 9,00 140 g
Blasercafé, Lilla e Rose, Alu free

80% Arabica. Trendy blend for the barista scene. E.S.E. pads loosely packed in an aluminium-free bag. Lilla e Rose has already won national barista championships four times. The coffee is perfectly balanced in taste with a clearly noticeable sweetness.This top blend impresses with its full character, which it gets from coffees from countries of origin such as Indonesia, Ethiopia or Haiti. The addition of high-quality Robusta from Java gives the blend an extra breed. The connoisseur can discover spice aromas such as vanilla or caramel, fruits such as tree nuts and citrus as well as roasted grain aromas. Heavy-bodied and perfectly balanced in terms of acidity, bitterness and aroma, Lilla e Rose offers full enjoyment in espresso, café crème or milk drinks - ideal for preparation on fully and semi-automatic coffee machines.E.S.E : This abbreviation stands for "Easy Serving Espresso" - loosely translated, "Espresso, times quite simply". Provided you have a compatible espresso machine, you get one cup like another, always creamy, always perfect. Simply place the sachet in the machine, let the water run through and you're done.Composition : Santos Blaser Dulce / Guaxupe, Brazil, Arabica unwashed Columbia Excelso, Columbia, Arabica washed Indonesia Sumatra, Indonesia, Arabica unwashed Indonesia Java Robusta, Indonesia, Robusta washed Indonesia Lintung, Indonesia, Arabica semi-washed (without Ferm.) Ethiopia Djimmah, Ethiopia, Arabica unwashed Haiti XXXXX, Haiti, Arabica unwashed India Plantation, India, Arabica semi-washed (without Ferm.)Blasercafé is a Swiss family business based in Bern. The company was founded in 1922 as a small coffee trading business by Walter Blaser in Zurich. Shortly afterwards, the company moved to Bern. In the 1930s and 1940s, the coffee was distributed by almost a hundred salesmen who went from house to house with the goods. Even then, green coffee was purchased directly in the country of origin. Today, Blasercafé is one of the largest roasting companies in Switzerland.

Blasercafé, Lilla e Rose
CHF 9,00 3 SIZES
Blasercafé, Lilla e Rose

80% Arabica. Trendy blend for the barista scene Lilla e Rose has already won national barista championships four times. The coffee is perfectly balanced in taste with a clearly noticeable sweetness.This top blend impresses with its full character, which it gets from coffees from countries of origin such as Indonesia, Ethiopia or Haiti. The addition of high-quality Robusta from Java gives the blend an extra breed. The connoisseur can discover spice aromas such as vanilla or caramel, fruits such as tree nuts and citrus as well as roasted grain aromas. Heavy-bodied and perfectly balanced in terms of acidity, bitterness and aroma, Lilla e Rose offers full enjoyment in espresso, café crème or milk drinks - ideal for preparation on fully and semi-automatic coffee machines.E.S.E : This abbreviation stands for "Easy Serving Espresso" - loosely translated, "Espresso, times quite simply". Provided you have a compatible espresso machine, you get one cup like another, always creamy, always perfect. Simply place the sachet in the machine, let the water run through and you're done.Composition : Santos Blaser Dulce / Guaxupe, Brazil, Arabica unwashed Columbia Excelso, Columbia, Arabica washed Indonesia Sumatra, Indonesia, Arabica unwashed Indonesia Java Robusta, Indonesia, Robusta washed Indonesia Lintung, Indonesia, Arabica semi-washed (without Ferm.) Ethiopia Djimmah, Ethiopia, Arabica unwashed Haiti XXXXX, Haiti, Arabica unwashed India Plantation, India, Arabica semi-washed (without Ferm.)Blasercafé is a Swiss family business based in Bern. The company was founded in 1922 as a small coffee trading business by Walter Blaser in Zurich. Shortly afterwards, the company moved to Bern. In the 1930s and 1940s, the coffee was distributed by almost a hundred salesmen who went from house to house with the goods. Even then, green coffee was purchased directly in the country of origin. Today, Blasercafé is one of the largest roasting companies in Switzerland.

FRESH COFFEE FOR MAXIMUM AROMA

Freshness is a big issue in the food industry. Fresh vegetables from the market, fresh eggs straight from the farm, fresh coffee from the roastery or the coffee centre. But what does "freshness" mean and how does coffee stay fresh the longest?

THE MOST IMPORTANT TIPS AT A GLANCE

  • Enemies of coffee: air, humidity, heat, light and time
  • Optimal period of enjoyment
    • Espresso: 2 weeks to 3 months from roasting date
    • Filter: 1 week to 2 months from roasting date
  • If no roasting date is known: expiry date minus 9 months

  • Store in a dry, dark and cool place; best in the original packaging
  • Grind beans fresh
  • Keep coffee machine and grinder clean

FRESH COFFEE FOR MAXIMUM AROMA

Freshness is a big issue in the food industry. Fresh vegetables from the market, fresh eggs straight from the farm, fresh coffee from the roastery or the coffee centre. But what does "freshness" mean and how does coffee stay fresh the longest?

THE MOST IMPORTANT TIPS AT A GLANCE