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100% Arabica⎮Italy's Best Espresso Beans⎮Non-Oily Coffee Beans

The 100% Arabica has been roasted on the lightest roast with the medium dark range. This 100% Arabica produces an espresso with clean crisp finish.  This single origin Colombian Supremo bean is ideal for a smooth espresso as well as an Americano or Drip Coffee.

This roast contains the least amount of caffeine since it is comprised exclusively of Arabica beans grown at a high elevation.

These beans are not oily and have been blended specifically to use in fully automatic espresso machines. 

This chart shows where this blend sits within the medium-dark roast profile that Espresso Canada brand adheres to because, we know, this is the roast profile best suited for brewing espressos

Bean Variety

100% Colombian Supremo Arabica Beans

Ideal Brewing Method

Ideal for manual or superautomatic espresso machines. The minimal surface oil on the beans ensures grinders do not clog.   This bean is also ideal for any other brewing method like stove top moka pots, drip, percolators, aeropress etc. This roast will provide a rich coffee.  The beans can be ground to your desired coarseness  



Floral and Fruity  Aroma refers to the smell of the coffee. It is responsible for many of the flavours perceived by the tongue.


Slightly fruity taste. Describes the overall and combined sensations / perception of the coffee's distinctive aromatic and taste characteristics, the fusion of body, acidity, aroma and aftertaste.


Full bodied, Lively and Hearty. This describes the physical property- heaviness or mouthfeel- of  the coffee coating the tongue


This coffee is packaged in a kraft bag with a one way valve engineered to release gases and prevent air from entering the bag which ensures freshness and optimal flavour. 

The resealable bag 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.  Read this blog to learn more about proper storage of coffee beans.



Never store beans in a freezer because the moisture will adversely affect the taste and the moisture can clog your grinder. Beans will also absorb the flavours of nearby foods.