GROUND PIANO PIANO DECAFFEINATED: WOODY, SMOKY, RED BERRIES
Favuzzi Piano Piano coffee is a decaffeinated coffee with aromatic notes of red fruits such as black cherry, slightly smoky and woody. Made from Colombian beans, it has the taste of real coffee, although it is decaffeinated.
Whether whole beans or ground, the coffee Piano Piano is perfect for espresso and all its variations: mocha, cappuccino, cortado, macchiato, and so on. Caffeine-free, it can even be enjoyed just before bedtime.
In order to obtain the desired taste profile and the best possible quality, we have chosen to highlight the largest Supremo type beans from Colombia, sorted according to the EP method (European Preparation). These beans are naturally decaffeinated with Swiss water in Germany. This process removes 99.9% of the caffeine while retaining most of the coffee's oils and aromas, without the use of chemical solvents.
This type of Italian-style roasting is characterized by a longer roasting time of 18 to 20 minutes at low temperatures (190°C to 230°C [375°F to 445°F]). Slow roasting allows the beans to be roasted more evenly from the surface to the centre, like a good loaf of bread that is baked slowly to help dissipate the heat.
Although slow roasting is not the most productive or cost-effective way to roast coffee, it provides several benefits in terms of taste: chocolate and nutty aromas, a comforting taste and a long finish in the mouth.