Creamy · Full · Hints of Almond · Chocolate · Vanilla
80/20 Arabica / Robusta
India · Brazil · Mexico
Espresso Machine | Stovetop | Fully Automatic Coffee Maker
Recepe for Double Espresso
18 – 19 g
There are many different recipes that lead to an excellent cup of espresso. This example should serve as a basic recipe and can be changed and adapted according to your wishes and willingness to experiment. For each espresso of our line-up we provide a recipe that works well for us.
Preparation in a portafilter (general rules of thumb)
Step by step instructions
- Take the portafilter out of your brew group and rinse the group briefly.
- Place your clean and dry portafilter on a scale and tare it.
- Grind the desired amount of coffee (dose) into your portafilter.
- Distribute the ground coffee evenly in the sieve, you can use your finger here or a distributor.
- When tamping, it is important to apply pressure vertically to the coffee to ensure even compaction. It is also important to apply pressure only once to avoid channeling.
- Remove any coffee residue from the edge of the screen.
- Start your shot as soon as you place the portafilter in the group.
- Stop your shot when your target yield is reached.
- When there’s no more coffees to make, empty, clean and dry your portafilter, flush the group and place the portafilter back into the group to ensure it stays hot.
|Espresso tastes bitter
Grind too fine
|Espresso tastes sour
|Grind too coarse
Forgot to tamp
→ results in shorter shot time
→ results in longer shot time
|Espresso is too strong
Too little water
Increase amount of water
|Espresso is too mild/weak
Too much water
Decrease amount of water
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