Critical factors such as roast, texture, origin, size and bean color are all essential when selecting your coffee bean. Ultimately, higher-quality coffee beans produce a richer flavor with more complexity and depth of character. By choosing higher-quality coffee beans, you can experience an enhanced flavor and aroma in your coffee or espresso.
Roast. High-quality beans are usually lighter in color, indicating that they have not been over-roasted. Darker beans may have a bitter or slightly burnt flavor, so it is best to choose lighter-colored beans.
Texture and Size. High-quality coffee beans will often have an even texture and be uniform in size; if the beans are different sizes, it could indicate that they are of lesser quality.
Origin. Beans grown in certain countries tend to be of higher quality than those produced elsewhere due to the climate and soil conditions.
Ground vs Whole Coffee beans? A great cup of coffee starts with the right coffee bean
Roast, texture, size and origin all play a part in the quality of your coffee. Ultimately, higher-quality coffee beans produce a richer flavor with more complexity and depth, giving you an enhanced flavor in your cup of coffee or espresso.
Although ground coffee is more convenient, whole coffee beans have a longer shelf life and give you more control over the grind size, and ultimately, the flavor. The different grind sizes also affect the final brew and the brewing method.
De'Longhi has revolutionized the way people prepare authentic espresso at home, and now De'Longhi and Coperaco have come together to create a specialty blend exclusively for fine brewing with De'Longhi machines. Whether you prefer already ground beans or whole beans, our sensor grinding technology and Coperaco signature blend ensures you have the highest quality cup of coffee every time. The final step is to find the right machine for you.