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    Espresso beans?

    I've heard bits and peices about different beans for coffee as opposed to espresso. I've always used nothing but normal French Vanilla beans for when I make espressos, mochas, etc. and I was wondering if there's a difference, especially if a different kind of bean makes the espresso better.

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    You should read some of the basic online information about espresso, such as this primer on Coffee Review as a start.

    Remember that espresso is not any one variety of coffee, any specific blend, roast degree or grind; it is simply a method of extraction. Some blends, roast levels and grinds offer better results when extracted in this way.

    Best of success,

    Andrew

 

 

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