Forty Ninth Parallel — Epic Espresso

By: 49th Parallel Coffee Roasters  09-12-2011
Keywords: espresso

1 lb.

Epic Espresso® is the culmination of our search for the sweetest and most complex espresso we can create. We work every day to improve it - always looking for the perfect balance of sweetness and acidity.

As of November 10th 2011, Epic Espresso® consists of:

Costa Rica Puente de Tarrazu La Peña

Honduras Esmerin Enamorado

Here are the parameters that we've been using with our latest Epic Espresso (parameters for an 18g VST Precision Filter Basket):

  • Grouphead at 200-201° F
  • 19 grams of freshly ground coffee
  • Timer for 28 seconds
  • 9 bars of pressure
  • Pull 30 grams of liquid espresso

    Keywords: espresso

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