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Black Velvet

Type
Blend
Method
Espresso, Filter
Feature
AICA Silver Medal 2017

Our Silver Medal winning Seasonal Blend is extraordinary in both Black and Milk based coffees. As an espresso; plum upfront, syrupy body, lingering raspberry finish. As a milk it has a buttery body, sweet candy flavour and complex finish.

As an espresso; plum upfront, syrupy body, lingering raspberry finish. As a milk it has a buttery body, sweet candy flavour and complex finish. 

Awards

  • 2017 Australian International Coffee Awards (AICA) Silver Medal Winner Milk Coffee, Blend
  • 2016 Australian International Coffee Awards (AICA) Silver Medal Winner Espresso & Milk.

AICA Silver 2017AICA Silver 2016

 

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Black Velvet

Barista Info

Dose (In)
22g
Volume
50mL
Weight (Out)
41g Black based
49g Milk based
Pressure
9
Time
30s
Brew Ratio %
54% Black
45% Milk
Temperature
93.5°C oC
Tamp Strength
10
Dose (In)
0g
Time
5 mins
Brew Ratio %
1:12
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Black Velvet

Origins & Varieties


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Coffee production in Ethiopia is a longstanding tradition. Ethiopia is where Coffea arabica, the coffee plant, originates. The plant is now grown in various parts of the world; Ethiopia itself accounts for around 3% of the global coffee market. (Wikipedia)

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Danes Showroom & Head Office

28 Dale Street, Brookvale, NSW, 2100
02 9938 4522
info@danes.com.au

Our full Danes range of award winning Blends and Origins. Free samples of - Batch, Cold Brew & Nitro.


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