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Espresso Coffee Beans
In our online shop, you can buy the best coffee beans for espresso brewing methods. Our selection of coffee is very extensive. We have beans from all over the world. Each region has its own distinctive characteristics. Every coffee is different, as is well known. Continue reading and find out even more about the coffee beans you can buy for espresso brewing methods. Below you can click on our different products. On the product pages, you will find a detailed description of the origin of the coffee, the flavours and the possible brewing methods.

Sweet
Fruity
Acidity
Floral/Herbal
5 producten
  • EL SALVADOR - Espresso - Villa Galicia - Pineapple Natural
    Normale prijs
    €13,50
    Aanbiedingsprijs
    €13,50
  • HONDURAS - CEIBA - espresso
    Normale prijs
    €11,00
    Aanbiedingsprijs
    €11,00
  • ETHIOPIA - ESPRESSO - CO2 DECAFFEINATED - NYALA - WASHED Q2 ORGANIC
    Normale prijs
    €11,00
    Aanbiedingsprijs
    €11,00
  • COLOMBIA - ESPRESSO - DECAFFEINATED COFFEE - IBIS - E.A. SUGAR CANE « Flavours of strawberry, caramel, honey and soft tobacco. »
    Normale prijs
    €10,00
    Aanbiedingsprijs
    €10,00
  • BRAZIL espresso - Bob-O-Link Red - Fruity and tropical flavours, strawberry, pineappel and caramel
    Normale prijs
    €7,00
    Aanbiedingsprijs
    €7,00

Buy our coffee beans for espresso brewing methods easily online

You can buy our coffee beans for espresso brewing methods easily online. You will be given the choice of a specific grind and the size of your order. You can choose between 250 grams, 500 grams and 1000 grams. On the product pages you will find more information about the product as well as reviews from other customers.


Choose the right espresso beans

The taste palette of coffee is very extensive. That's why WAY in Ghent designed a convenient system. If you are going to buy our coffee beans for espresso brewing methods online, you can look at the packaging of the products. There you will find symbols in different sizes. Those symbols stand for a specific flavour. The larger and the more often a symbol appears on the packaging, the stronger the accent of that flavour. They are clearly presented below. We have coffee with a strong acidity, as well as sweeter coffee. Coffee from Brazil typically has a sweeter taste, for example.

Sweet

A great profile to get people to know speciality coffee, without being to far offshore form what the general perception of coffee is

Fruity

Many different origins bring in a whole range of different fruits, and fruit has always been nature's candy

Acidity

Any roast that brings out some acidity to counterbalance those sweet notes is greatly appreciated by coffeelovers

Floral/Herbal

When present in the background vegetal flavour profiles add to the complecity and can make for some interesting coffees.

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We suggest 2 bags of 200 g size coffee every two weeks