Straightforward and positive
Of Saccaria 1882 Deciso we appreciate the simplicity of the preparation. It is a blend that does not require daily adjustments of the grinder or of the espresso machine. Serving a Cappuccino, an Espresso and a Latte Macchiato with a remarkable visual, aromatic and tasty impact is truly within everyone's reach, both at the restaurant and at home.
What would a coffee mixture look like if you could shape it?
I would shape Saccaria 1882 Deciso! A blend that covers all the interesting qualities of a good coffee at a very attractive price. Saccaria has created this selection to delight lovers of the classic Italian Espresso.
In the cup, this Espresso 60/40 of Arabica and Robusta comes with a very consistent and persistent cream with a dark hazel colour, often with striped stripes. The body is full, the aroma is intense and persistent, the sourness varies from medium to low depending on the preparation. The bitterness of Robusta coffees is always discreetly balanced by the sweetness of the Arabica beans.
|SACCARIA 1882 DECISO|
- Suitable for
- Espresso Machine
Fully automatic coffee machine
- Recommended for
- Arabica Content [%]
The history of Saccaria coffee, one of the first roasters in Italy, dates back to 1882 in Senigallia (Marche) when the founder first introduced in the Marche region the coffee beans produced in distant tropical countries.
In 1962 the production plant moved to Marina di Montemarciano (Marche) a few steps from the sea. Here, the mild iodine breezes of the Adriatic Sea accompany and blend with the scents and aromas of freshly roasted Saccaria coffee beans.
Saccaria selects the best qualities of Arabica and Robusta that grow between the two tropics and constantly follows the production chain from the coffee bean harvested on the plant to the cup of coffee at the bar or at home. The Saccaria roasting process is the result of tradition, constant research and use of innovative and efficient technologies. Nothing is left to chance: the coffee blends are expertly designed so that they can be made raw and then roasted. In this way Saccaria succeeds in exalting the perfect amalgamation of the aromas.