What is the best coffee to use to make espresso? It depends entirely on what you like in coffee. We’ve tried to cover all the bases on this list so that everyone can find something that they’ll enjoy! No matter what type of roast you like or if you’re a fan of whole beans or pre-ground coffee, there’s going to be something for you on our list. Get your cups ready!
Type: Coffee can either come as whole beans or grounds. Some people prefer whole beans because it makes fresher, richer coffee, but it’s a lot of extra work. Grounds are just the same most of the time, but it’s your choice.
Package Size: How much coffee are you getting? Here, we’ll tell you how much you’re getting in each package. Beans tend to come in heavier batches because you have to grind them yourself, so keep the type of coffee in mind, too.
Roast: There are a wide variety of different roast options, including dark, richer roasts, medium roasts that are a little lighter in taste. There are even some coffees on our list that are an Italian roast.
Pieces: How many bags of coffee do you get? Some of these coffees come in multi-packs at a lower price, and so that you have a stockpile of espresso coffee ready for when you need it.
Made in: Where is the coffee made? Of course, everyone has their preferences on what makes a great coffee, and this is one of those factors. Coffees on this list are made in the USA, Italy, and even Canada.
Arabica Coffee: Arabica is the type of coffee plant that the beans are harvested from. It has a different taste than other types of coffee such as Robusta, and some people prefer it over other types of coffee.
Everyone deserves to make the best espresso coffee, so we’ve given you some great options! Check out our top pick and budget pick for some variety, before skimming through the rest of the list. We’re sure that you’ll find at least one type of coffee here that you will love. With a ton of options for locations, roasts, and blends, you’re going to need to get your favorite mug ready!
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Kimberly Graf is a researcher and writer for GeekWrapped.com. She covers kitchen, cooking, and home products.
Article last updated on:
September 29, 2019