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The art of making espresso

The word espresso originates from the Latin word esprimere, which means express through art. Of course, at the beginning of the 20th century, espresso was invented in a country famous for the art of enjoying – Italy.

Rich aroma and multi-layered flavor embalmed by the finest flowery and chocolate notes make Superiore espresso a unique beverage. Superiore espresso offers a rich, smooth note with an extraordinarily strong wake-up effect. Do not be seduced by the smoothness of the black elixir: waking up is guaranteed, and its delicacy calls for another one. Its unique notes will surprise you every time and give you that unexpected experience of travelling into dozens of different components of flavor that will fascinate you all over again and make you addicted to the harmony you can enjoy daily. The flavors of the black elixir remain on your palate for 20 minutes after you had your last drop. Enjoy exploring the delicate notes of this superior flavor…

Making espresso in only 6 steps

  1. You need 7 grams of Franck Superiore espresso.
  2. Press coffee into the handle of the espresso machine using the strength of 25 kilograms.
  3. Water temperature in the machine should be around 90°C and pressure between 8.5 and 9.5 bars.
  4. Coffee is pressed to obtain the perfect water resistance. Coffee spray, i.e. more of a mixture of foam and coffee, must be continuous and thick to for 25 to 30 seconds. That is why a top-quality espresso has a stable foam that can hold sugar on top for 6 to 8 seconds.
  5. Superiore espresso is served in dry porcelain cups that should be preheated at 60°C.
  6. Drink your Superiore espresso immediately because it tastes the best if consumed 10 to 20 seconds after it comes out of the espresso machine.

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