Miami Espresso

Aromatic Filter
Intense
KD2.750
Walk the streets of Miami and you’ll pass dozens of ventanitas. These ‘little windows’ are portholes to Cuba; miniature coffee shops dishing out small bites and coffee—the short Cafecito or the larger Colado to share. The city is a melting pot of traditions and World Explorations Miami espresso is a bold blend of Arabica and Robusta coffees that echoes that. Caribbean Arabica joins Latin American coffees, sealing the authenticity of this archetypal Cuban-style cup.

Short, dark split roasting and a fine grind help evoke every ventanita’s Cuban Cafecito. Always sweetened with a sprinkle of brown sugar, this coffee is as vibrant as the context in which it’s enjoyed. While Americans grab their tall coffees to-go, Miami reflects its strong Hispanic influence: coffee is short and shared. Intense, with thick crema, its strong roasted character begs for brown sugar to soften the bitter notes. Enjoy your Cafecito with brown sugar and people because in Miami, coffee is a way to be together.

Bitterness
4
4
Acidity
1
1
Body
4
4
Roasting
5
5
Intensity
9
9
Intensity
9
9
Cup Size
Ristretto (25 ml)
Espresso (40 ml)
Lungo (110 ml)
Milk recipe
Aromatic Notes
Intense
Aromatic Profile
Roasted with a Peppery note
Roasting
This coffee is roasted using the split roast technique. A 60/40 split with similar dark and short roasts. A fine grind completes this intense profile.
Aromatic Profile
A full-bodied, intense roast carrying delightful roasted, woody and cereal notes, complemented by a dark crema.