How to make the best espresso coffee: the different choices you have when preparing an Italian coffee. How to make a good espresso and what specific terms mean in Italian.
Espresso Coffee Makers are fundamentals to Italians. Coffee is part of the main Italian eating customs. Find out what to order when wanting to have a cappuccino or an expresso and know how to make espresso coffee.
The curious thing is that coffee isn’t produced in Italy…but is a very popular product! It seems strange that Brazil, one of the main exporters of the world, does not have its own typical product anymore, as the espresso recipe dominates the market.
The Italian coffee you drink in Italy are a mix of South American beans, very rich in aroma and taste, with the African beans, which are very strong. The right mix gives you an aromatic and tasty blend that is also strong.
Best espresso coffee makers
In Italy, the word “espresso” means the one prepared with coffee machines, while “coffee” applies to both the machine-prepared and Italian Espresso Stovetop Coffee Makers (home-brewed variety). People outside Italy often use the term “espresso” to mean Italian coffee in general.
How to make espresso? Just fill the container with a good Italian Espresso blend and then decide which of the following choices you prefer:
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