1000 g. coffee beans
With Supremo you get an Espresso blend from Italian Gimoka. This does not mean that the beans can only be used for Espresso, but instead reflects the roasting process the beans have undergone.
Italian coffee is usually centred around Espresso, where the beans are roasted a little longer and at higher temperatures than for other types of coffee. This results in a coffee with slightly burnt and darker tones, where the natural oils from the beans are more apparent.
In this blend you get a coffee created according to Italian roasting traditions, meaning a coffee that is at the higher end of the scale in terms of strength, compared to what you typically experience with a medium roasted variant. The taste notes are almond, chocolate and caramel, and the body is soft and creamy.
With the ground beans, you get a coffee that is not only suitable for Espresso, but which can also be used in filter coffee machines, French presses or pour overs.
For best results, we recommend that you grind the beans just before using them.
Gimoka is an Italian coffee producer that can trace its history back to the early 1980s. From its base in Andalo Valtellino, Lombardy, Gimoka is among Italy's leading coffee roasters with exports to over 50 countries.