“Nightingale” espresso

4.58 out of 5 based on 12 customer ratings
(12 customer reviews)

5.9022.10

22.1023.60 / kg

Delivery time: approx. 2 – 3 workdays

Dark espresso (Italian style).

Whole bean

SKU: 0001 Category:

Description

We offer this blend with washed robusta for friends of Southern Italian coffee culture. A dark roasted classic espresso with 75% arabica and 25% robusta.

50% Honduras, COMSA cooperative, natural arabica

25% Guatemala, APPAECE cooperative, washed arabica

25% Ecuador, Rukullakta cooperative, washed robusta

 

Cup profile:

Bitter chocolate and roasted hazelnut aroma; lively, rich body, great crèma.

Recommended for:

Beside espresso machines, the Nightingale is well suited for fully automated coffee machines and moka pots.

 

Whole beans:

We sell our coffee unground as beans so that you can prepare the coffee as freshly as possible. By grinding yourself, you make sure that all the aromas end up in your cup. After just 30 minutes of exposure to air, ground coffee loses a large part of its aroma. More information is in our FAQ.

If you don’t have a grinder, we can grind the coffee for you. Just let us know in your order under “Order Notes”.

 

12 reviews for “Nightingale” espresso

  1. 5 out of 5

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    Sehr schokoladiger, erdiger Espresso. Lecker!

  2. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    Espresso wie ich ihn mag. Sehr lecker!

  3. 5 out of 5

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    ..eine Geschmacksexplosion. Es lohnt sich, diesen Kaffe zu kosten.

  4. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    Sehr gut, nicht nur des Namens wegen 😉 Trinke ich gerne als Flate White, wenn mein geliebter Sunbird gerade mal aus ist…

  5. 5 out of 5

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    Sehr runder Geschmack. Klasse.

  6. 5 out of 5

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    Mein absoluter Liebling der Flying Roasters, trinke ihn als Filterkaffee weiß, schmeckt vollmundig und sein Aroma ist kräftig und einfach umwerfend gut. So muss Kaffee schmecken!

  7. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    Erste Bestellung hier – erster Kaffee den ich probiert habe – sehr lecker und anfängerfreundlich im Siebträger.
    Ich bin begeistert.

  8. 3 out of 5

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    Habe den ‘Nightingale’ auf dem Umweltfestival in Berlin probiert; mir persönlich ist für einen Espresso noch zu viel Säure vorhanden. Leider gibt es keine noch dunklere Röstung – schade, die Bohne scheint grundsätzlich potential zu haben.

  9. 2 out of 5

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    Nicht meine Sorte

  10. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    Ich habe mir direkt aus der Rösterei einige Sorten zum Probieren mitgenommen. Ich fand alle gut, der “Nightingale” ist bisher aber für mich der Gewinner. Er schmeckt (bei mir im Herdkännchen zubereitet) kräftig, dunkel und ziemlich stark. Ich vermute, dass ich auf den Robusta-Anteil stehe, fiel mir bei anderen Kaffees bisher nicht so sehr auf. Top!

  11. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    Mein Favorit aus dem Programm! Ich stehe auf den Robusta-Anteil. Die Mischung hebt sich (vermutlich) gerade dadurch ab, der Espresso schmeckt kräftig, dunkel, erdig.

  12. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    Superleckerer Kaffee! Wir bereiten ihn im Vollautomaten zu und sind begeistert 🙂 Bis jetzt haben wir den Blackcap und den Nightingale probiert. (Trotz meiner derzeitigen Magenprobleme vertrage ich beide gut!) Den Blackcap finden wir noch einen kleinen Tick besser… Probieren uns aber noch weiter durch das Sortiment durch 🙂 🙂 🙂

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The green coffee for Nightingale comes from Honduras, Guatemala and Ecuador:

COMSA, Honduras

The organization Café Orgánico Marcala S.A. (COMSA) was established on December 13, 2001 as an association of small farmers. They currently have 614 members, 164 women and 450 men. The majority of members are Lenca (an indigenous people). COMSA is not a cooperative in the proper sense, but a democratic stock company. All members must satisfy the criteria for fair trade and organic certification and have at least one COMSA stock, which costs 100 Honduran lempiras – approx. 4 euros. Every member has one vote, regardless of how many stocks they possess. Thus, COMSA is de facto a cooperative.

At the moment, COMSA sells 2,700 tons of green coffee, which exhibits the following characteristics in the cup: citrus-floral acidity and aroma, peach and wild blackberry flavor. COMSA has its own facilities to wet process and dry coffee in order to handle this large volume of coffee. The coffee is certified organic in Europe and Honduras and cultivated accordingly.

Altitude: 1,300 – 1,700 meters
Region: Marcala, La Paz
Processing: Arabica, natural, sun dried, manual harvesting and sorting
Website: www.cafeorganicomarcala.net

APPAECE, Guatemala

The Asociacion de Pequeños Productores Entre Cerros (APPAECE) is located in the San Marcos region and has 26 members with small parcels of land. Sustainable coffee cultivation that preserves and protects the surrounding ecosystem is at home here. Tropical temperatures and a mixture of volcanic and clay soils have a positive influence on the coffee’s character, which displays the highest level of quality for arabica.

Altitude: 1,750 meters
Region: Aldea Barranca Granda
Processing: Arabica, washed, manual harvest and sorting
Website: www.appaece.galeon.com

Rukullakta, Ecuador

Rukullakta – old people – is located in Ecuador’s Amazon Basin close to Tena. The organization of the “Pueblo Kichwa de Rukullakta” (Kichwa peoples of Rukullakta) consists of 17 indigenous communities and was established in 2006. They sell their products directly as a cooperative. Together they support the cultivation and production of high-quality washed coffee beans. They observe ecological criteria and work their fields in harmony with nature according to the Chakra principle.

Altitude: 500 meters
Region: Napo region, Amazonas
Processing: Robusta, washed, manual harvesting and sorting

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