Caramel, Hazelnut & Sweet Spices
Coffee, like life, is meant to be enjoyed. Like a lazy weekend morning at the beach, Gusto is all about taking a break. Featuring the smooth, sweet flavours of the best Latin American coffees, Gusto is intense but smooth. As a flat white, latte or cappuccino, it makes a beautiful milk coffee with the flavours cutting through.
1kg bags are available as whole beans only. 250g bags are available in your preferred grind.
- Plunger (Coarse Grind): this is the best option to select for French Press (Plunger), Cold Brew or Electric Percolator (excluding stovetop espresso - see below)
- Filter (Medium Grind): this is the best option to select for manual pourover (e.g. v60, Melita), electric drip filter brewers (batch brew), or Aeropress (if using to brew 'filter' style coffee)
- Stovetop (Medium/Fine Grind): this is the best option to select for Italian-style stovetop espresso makers (e.g. Bialetti, Moka)
- Espresso (Fine): this is the best option for domestic, electric espresso machines (e.g. Sunbeam, Breville, etc)
More About The Coffee
This coffee brings a rich, caramel sweetness, which combines beautifully with the Brazil pulp-natural coffee to deliver a full body with notes of spice and cocoa. These coffees are complimented by a selection of high-grown Latin coffees from Colombia, Guatemala & Costa Rica resulting in a balanced, delicious espresso blend.
Ingredients & Origin
Ingredients: 100% Arabica Coffee Beans. Contains no additives or preservatives.
Sourced from: Peru, Colombia, Costa Rica, Brazil, Guatemala
1 – 2 cups daily - 250g per week
2 – 4 cups daily - 500g per week
6 – 8 cups daily - 1kg per week
Note: These guidelines are based on using 21-22 grams of coffee, our recommended dose size for double shots.
For optimal quality, store airtight in a cool, dry place, out of direct sunlight.
This recipe is for espresso and developed on a commercial coffee machine. Use as a guide to achieve your desired flavour preference. If you are unable to reproduce the exact result on your home machine, don’t panic, an alternative is to simply adjust your recipe using the ratio so it works best for your set up.