Bristot Tiziano Espresso

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Company:

The Bristot philosophy has not changed one bit since the day the brand was founded: our signature features continue to be quality and excellence. Way back in 1919, our founder Domenico Bristot set to work on a research project aimed at allowing him to make his dream come true. That dream was the creation of a top-quality blend of coffee that could be used to make the perfect Italian espresso, and to fulfil it he carefully selected the very best raw coffee beans straight from the producers, then used increasingly innovative technologies to blend and roast them.

Today, 90 years on from the foundation of the coffee roasting company, our philosophy remains unchanged: top-quality products and first-rate service.

Information provided by:

http://www.caffebristot.com/us/coffee-culture/the-art-of-coffee.aspx

 

Coffee:

Fine Brazilian Santos Arabica beans together with mild, aromatic Central American varieties and full bodied African and Indian selections.

Espresso is made from a blend of several types of coffee. Italian espresso by definition and by tradition, is obtained from a skillful blend of coffees with different origins, indispensable to achieve that rich, characteristic aroma and velvety consistency for which it is renowned.

 

Review:

The Bristot Tiziano is a well rounded espresso with sweet aromas of honeysuckle, bittersweet chocolate and white grape. Looking at the beans itself, we turned the temperature down to 196 degrees with a volume of 1.7 fl. oz. Extraction time was 18 seconds with 155 TDS good filtered water.

Who is this espresso for? Those who appreciate a wonderful aroma and the fact it always extracts a perfect crema, deep flavor and the warm chocolate undertones. Needless to say many of our customers have stated that Tiziano espresso is the most flavorful and visually appealing espresso since they left Italy.

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Equipment:

La Spaziale S5 EK

Mazzer Super Jolly

 

 



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