Caffé Nostro means “our coffee”. Miscela means "blend" in Italian. We have created a blend of beans, roasted perfectly, that any Italian café bar would be proud to serve. In fact, Italian barista insist that the best espressos are made from a blend of beans. See video below.
Miscela Bar is a blend that has been roasted to the medium dark range. The color of the beans is a chestnut brown. This roast produces balanced flavors, aroma and acidity. This is our most popular blend. The Miscela Bar blend produces a rich and balanced espresso with a thick, silky crema.
Origin of beans: Brazil, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Indonesia. The Miscela Bar blend includes both Arabica and high grade Robusta varieties.
Specifically blended for Manual or Superautomatic espresso machines. The minimal surface oil on the beans ensures grinders do not clog.
Stove Top Espresso Makers, Drip, Percolators, Cold Brew. The beans can be ground to your desired coarseness. Call us at 586-739-9500 or leave us a note on the order page.
Dark Chocolate. Aroma refers to the smell of the coffee. It is responsible for many of the flavors perceived by the tongue.
Sweet. Describes the overall and combined sensations / perceptionf of the coffee's distinctive aromatic and taste characteristics, the fusion of body, acidity , aroma and aftertaste.
Full bodied, smooth and velvety. This describes the physical property- heaviness or mouthfeel- of the coffee coating the tongue.
Medium acidity. Without acidity, a coffee will tend to taste dull and lifeless. A good acidity will lean towards being sweet, crisp and tart - each enhancing the other qualities in the coffee.
Remember it's the one in the Silver Bag. Packaged in a foil bag with a one way valve engineered to release gases and prevent air from entering the bag which ensures freshness and optimal flavor. The bag which includes a resealable tape is ideal for storing beans in the original packaging helping the beans stay fresh after opening. Beans will remain fresh in this bag for 3 to 4 weeks after opening. Never store beans in a freezer because the moisture will adversely affect the taste and the moisture can clog your grinder.