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Coffee, health & wellness: A breakdown

Coffee, health & wellness: A breakdown The health effects of coffee have been a subject of debate for years. Alongside the impact of caffeine on the human body, there has been no shortage of research on how drinking coffee affects your heart, brain, liver, kidneys, and more. Today, it is widely accepted that coffee is an excellent source of antioxidants. Fitness enthusiasts are increasingly turning to it as an exercise supplement, and health-conscious purchasing behaviour is driving others to adopt it as a “cleaner” alternative to sugary soft drinks. But just how healthy is it to drink coffee? Read on to learn more about...

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How are flat whites, cappuccinos & lattes different?

How are flat whites, cappuccinos & lattes different? There are a number of classic espresso-based beverages that have been popular among coffee consumers for decades. Three of the most prominent are the latte, the flat white, and the cappuccino. Read on to learn more about the composition of these classic coffee drinks, and what you should keep in mind when preparing them. While all three of these beverages are made from the same ingredients – espresso and milk – they still have noticeably different flavours and textures. So, what sets them apart? Read on to learn more about the composition of these classic...

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4 Keys Formula at Espresso

Taste the Difference Replicating commercial machine 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...

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Taste the Difference

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 microfoam milk from the world’s best cafés. Taste the Difference Replicating commercial machine 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,...

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Performance

Breville is obsessed with designing espresso machines that make third wave specialty coffee possible at home. Our research and development team set out to understand what makes a truly great coffee. By exploring the thinking, design and engineering behind high-end commercial machines, and how it could be translated into machines that fit and work at home, without compromise. Optimising every aspect from grind to extraction and microfoam milk texture, we replicate the performance of the machines found in the world’s best cafes across our entire espresso range. Fresh is best The most important ingredient is freshly ground coffee. Ground coffee should be brewed...

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Third Wave Specialty Coffee

The Ultimate Taste Experience It’s hard to beat an exceptionally made coffee created by a commercial espresso machine in your favourite cafe. It’s a sensory experience - the barista manning the machine, the grind of the beans, and delicious aroma, ultimately leading to an amazing tasting coffee, with full-bodied flavour and silky velvety mouthfeel. The third wave of coffee is a movement that views coffee as far more than a commodity, considering it to be an artisanal food like wine, where the coffee produced is the ultimate taste experience. It’s the end-to-end process, a journey that starts with the origin of the...

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