Coffee blends

There are actually dozens of different varieties of coffee beans, but there are really only two that matter: Arabica and Robusta. Arabica beans tend to have a sweeter, softer taste, with tones of sugar, fruit and berries. Robusta has a stronger, harsher flavour, with a grain-like overtone and a peanut after-taste. It contains twice as much caffeine as Arabica, and is generally considered to be of inferior quality. Some Robustas, however, are of high quality and valued especially in espressos for their strong flavour and good creamy head.

  • Robusta

    Stronger, harsher flavour, grain-like overtone and peanut after-taste, more caffeine, creamier.

  • Arabica

    Sweet, with tones of sugar, fruit and berries, high acidity.

Choose your coffee maker

Choose your coffee maker

De'Longhi has a wide range of coffee makers. Find the most suitable coffee machine for your own personal needs

History of coffee

 From ancient times to today, everything there is to know about coffee

From ancient times to today, everything there is to know about coffee

Coffee production process

Coffee production process

An exciting process, from the plant to the cup of coffee

De'Longhi & Kimbo

De'Longhi & Kimbo

De'Longhi has chosen the top quality Kimbo blends

The perfect Espresso

The perfect Espresso

What you need to do to enjoy a perfect espresso

The perfect Cappuccino

The perfect Cappuccino

How to recognize a perfect cappuccino.