Baristino Coffee Beans roasted to perfection in Italy for 40 years
Now available in the United States
From a European family that values high quality coffee beans, a father and his son found an excellent product and decided to share this exquisite taste with the world.
Why is Baristino Coffee superior to so many other coffees?
We are passionate about our customers consistently enjoying the best cup of drip-coffee or espresso they have ever had. Our beans have been perfectly roasted in Italy for over 40 years by the most ardent and consummate roasters. Bean biology and chemistry are important to us and especially to our long standing relationship with our growers, who share our passion and have been growing our beans for generations.
The taste our beans produce whether made as drip-coffee or espresso is strong and spicy, but never burned or bitter. Aromatically decadent would be an understatement. From your first sip you taste and you see that everything related to coffee excellence, from growing to roasting, has been put into Baristino.
Coffee Handling Tips
You want to decrease air movement, limit temperature fluctuations, and avoid exposure to light.
After opening, either keep the bag as tight as possible or put it in a jar with an airtight lid. Store it in your pantrey or cupboard, not the fridge due to moisture.
The tricky thing about how to grind coffee is that it must be ground specific to your preferred brewing method.
Coarse - Chunky, distinct particles, looks like potting soil
Medium - More the texture of coarse sand.
Fine - Like sugar or salt when you rub it between your fingers
Super Fine - Not as fine as flour or powdered sugar, but definitely in that ball park. You can still feel some grit
Very Important: Grind your coffee moments before brewing.
When you're brewing coffee, the goal is to get into that center square of perfection. Everyone seems to advocate their own sort of mystical process for achieving the right extraction. Important is that you choose the right kind of ground for the right kind of brewing method.
Coarse - French Press Coffee
Medium - Drip Coffee
Fine - Espresso Coffee
Super Fine - Turkish Coffee
When serving coffee it is important that you preheat the cup. Hot coffee poured into a cold cup will effect the result of your perfect way from the bean to the cup.
Choose the right glass or cup for the individual coffee beverage.