One of the most popular espressi is still an insiders' tip - how comes? Espresso by Bristot is a brand still completely unknown to many. Although the different blends of this medium-size roaster from Belluno in the north of Italy are present in many ice cream parlours in Germany. It is most probable that many people already tasted this espresso once. The high quality standard for the raw coffee selection as well as for the roasting led to the decoration of Bristot as one of the first roasters in Italy with the DIN ISO 9002 norm. The blends of Bristot in contrast to blends of southern Italy are characterised by fine and aromatic flavours in the spectrum of gently nutty to strong, full-bodied coffee flavours. Caffè Bristot, an exquisite espresso, favoured by experts, loved by connoisseurs, but as coffee by Bristot was until now only available on specialised wholesale trade it is still an insiders' tip.
ESE stands for the international, free standard "Easy Serving Espresso". In contrast to closed coffee systems, which mainly allow the use of brand-bound aluminium or plastic capsules, ESE pods can be used by more than 400 coffee producers with a variety of coffee machines. (ESE) pods are also called Servings or Cialde and are smaller and stronger than standard coffee pods. The combination of high-quality espresso with the practical and ecological ESE standard offers 100% coffee pleasure.
ESE pods ensure simple and clean preparation.
- Italian premium blend 'dolce aroma'
- aromatic, slightly nutty flavour
- decaffeinated on the basis of water for best maintenance of aroma
- 50 Cialde individually fresh-packed in box
- pad standard: E.S.E. (Easy Serving Espresso)
Produced in: Italy
Caffeine content: decaffeinated
Storage: store cool and dry
ESE pods are packed under protective atmosphere.
Manufacturer address: Procaffé S.p.A, Via Tiziano Vecellio 73, 32100 Belluno, Italy