4 Nhân Tố Cho Espresso - Breville Vietnam

4 Nhân Tố Cho Espresso

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We don’t believe great tasting coffee
should be limited to your local café.

That’s why we set out to understand what makes third wave specialty coffee, exploring what’s possible and taking a deep dive into understanding every single detail. From the bean to the roast profile, through to the brew method and micro-foam milk from the world’s best cafés.

The 4 keys formula

for third wave specialty coffee at home

1. Rich, full flavour

Full-bodied coffee with rich and complex flavors is created using the right dose of 19-22g of freshly ground beans. This dose allows the coffee to fully express the incredible aroma, intense flavors and distinctive character of the coffee, for a true cafe quality result. Anything less than the optimal dose results in a weak and watery taste experience.

2. Perfectly balanced taste

Sweet, delicious and nuanced flavor notes begin with precise control over water temperature. Digital temperature control (PID) technology precisely controls water temperature for a perfectly balanced coffee extraction, giving you the control and consistency for delicious tasting coffee every time.

3. Irresistible body

An opulent, creamy and caramel-colored espresso starts with low pressure pre-infusion that soaks the grinds, allowing water to pass evenly through the coffee during the high pressure (9 bar) extraction process, delivered via our 15 bar Italian pump. This results in a rich, sweet and viscous espresso.

4. Silky, velvety mouthfeel

Savor the silky taste and velvety mouthfeel of true microfoam milk. The milk is steamed with pressure that creates thousands of tiny bubbles, enhancing flavor and mouthfeel, while the temperature brings out the milk’s sweetness, exciting your taste buds, for a harmonious blend of rich, sweet milk and syrupy, golden espresso.

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