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Sirocco Tradizionale Espresso

100% Arabica. Alpine Roast: more air is used in the roasting process than is traditionally the case.

At Sirocco Coffee, it is important to follow and have a say in the journey of the green coffee beans from the tree to the cup. Sirocco coffee is made exclusively from the more valuable and aromatic Arabica varieties. Robusta coffee is deliberately avoided. Sirocco Coffee buys from its partners at fair prices. Tradition also helps: we have maintained close relationships with local coffee producers for several generations. Whenever possible, we buy directly from the growers in the countries of origin. We attach great importance to compliance with sustainable fair trade standards.

By focusing on first-class green coffee provenances in recent years, Sirocco Coffee has recognised clear trends. The proliferation of coffee machines and systems of various kinds have led to consumers knowing more about coffee enjoyment and appreciating premium quality more and more.

Over the years, Sirocco Coffee has developed its own roasting process, Alpine Roast, which uses more air than traditional in the roasting process. This allows the natural acidity of the green coffee to be reduced to a minimum without destroying the fine aroma components of noble Arabica coffees. the roasting of speciality coffees can best be compared to the work of star chefs - the basis is formed by first-class ingredients, but the real work is the preparation or roasting of these.
Durability

1 year

CHF 14.00 / 500 g  
Available
ready for shipment
Quantity
1 2 3
Price per cup
0.20 CHF
ARTICLE NUMBER
SI05

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