June 25, 2006

ESE Review: Illy Medium Roast Espresso Pods

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The Illy coffee company is headquartered in Trieste Italy and has over 70 years experience in blending and roasting coffee, with sales of approximately $250 million. That’s not the biggest coffee brand in the world, but its not bad considering the quality of the product and the fact that it sticks to its roots of serving up a great Italian cup of espresso. The company is run by Andrea Illy, the grandson of founder Francesco Illy who started it all back in 1933.

These ESE Espresso pods are made to be used in popular makers like the Breville Café Roma, the Krups XP4050 and the Hamilton Beach 40729 espresso machines; all have the ability to use ESE Espresso pods.

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June 21, 2006

ESE Review: Gimoka Espresso Pods

Gimoka pods come to us courtesy of Miami Espresso an importer of great Italian ESE espresso coffee pods, and ESE machines. The Gimoka roasters are located in the heart of Sondrio province near the gateway to the Alps in northern Italy where they blend and roast great coffees from around the world. Their pods are nitrogen flushed for packing and to eliminate oxidation of the precious coffee flavors.

These ESE Espresso pods are made to be used in popular makers like the Breville Café Roma, the Krups XP4050 and the Hamilton Beach 40729 espresso machines; all have the ability to use ESE Espresso pods.

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June 16, 2006

ESE Review: Tosteria del Corso - Extracrem and Corso Imperio

Tosteria del Corso pods come to us courtesy of Miami Espresso an importer of great Italian ESE espresso coffee pods, and ESE machines. Today we are reviewing both the black “Extracrem” pods and the gold “Corso Impero”. Tosteria del Corso is located in Ferrara Italy and roasts some excellent espresso blends.

These ESE Espresso pods are made to be used in popular makers like the Breville Café Roma, the Krups XP4050 and the Hamilton Beach 40729 espresso machines; all have the ability to use ESE Espresso pods.

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June 14, 2006

ESE Review: BioAroma Organic Espresso Pods

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MarCafe’s BioAroma pods come to us courtesy of Miami Espresso an importer of great Italian ESE espresso coffee pods, and ESE machines. The MarCafe's BioAroma is an organically grown all Arabica gourmet blend of coffee from the Chiapas region of Mexico. It’s grown according to traditional methods without chemical fertilizers or pesticides in the cool mountainous air that’s needed to turn Arabica coffee into the flavorful bean that we know and love. The coffee is produced in Teramo Italy and packed into individual foil packs.

These ESE Espresso pods are made to be used in popular makers like the Breville Café Roma, the Krups XP4050 and the Hamilton Beach 40729 espresso machines; all have the ability to use ESE Espresso pods.

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