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One of the Italian speciality: italian coffee.

One of the best things you can taste in Italy is the italian coffee.

The Italian Coffee

The italian coffee is different respect the others coffee. Such as : american coffee, double coffee, very longs. Caffè  is the Italian word for coffee. Coffee is a brewed drink prepared from roasted coffee beans. These derive by seeds of berries from the Coffea plant. The plant was exported from Africa to countries around the world. Over 70 coutries grown coffee plants now. Primarily in the equatorial regions of the Americas, Southeast Asia, India, and Africa.  

Italians are well known for their special attention to the preparation. Epecially about the selection of the blends, and the use of accessories when creating many types of coffees. In fact the italian coffe aroma is more strong and concentrated.

The growing

There are three species of coffee grown are three: Coffea arabica, Coffea canephora and Coffea liberica. The species differ in taste, caffeine content, and adaptability to climates and soils other than those of origin. Some are still cultivated wild, while others are artificially created.

Production zone

The major world producers are:  Brazil, Vietnam, Colombia and Indonesia. They follow:  Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Ethiopia, India, Ecuador.

Expresso coffee

The expresso coffee is the tipical italian coffee. In fact it is a type of coffee, the most consumed and known in Italy. Obtained from the roasting and grinding of the seeds of Coffea arabica and Coffea robusta. By a machine according to a percolation process under high pressure of hot water you can preparate the coffee. 

The preparation

With percolation of hot water under pressure, this drink is obtained, for about 25 seconds, passing through a layer of coffee. The grinding of particularly fine roasted coffee offers a resistance to percolation water. this allows the extraction of different substances so that the beverage has unique characteristics such as its cream, aroma, body and aftertaste.

 

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