Quality Coffee Beans -Imported

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Now let’s see our quality coffee which you can also buy online or order from our office.

Imported beans from the best locations from Brazil, Ethiopia, and Tanzania, fresh milk from Europe, and purified water are the secret of our harmonious House Blend. The coffee beans are freshly roasted in a drum roaster by a human coffee master and exclusively packed for the Eckhardt Coffee Art brand.

The flavor of the roasted beans is medium mellow, highly sweet, and slightly sour only, with a long-lasting harmonious aftertaste similar to nutty chocolate blackberry.

It is a coffee with specially blended freshly grounded imported beans from Brazil, Ethiopia, and Tanzania, fresh milk from Europe, and purified water. Made by an Italian-style coffee machine and following high standards of cleanliness on a permanent basis. The coffee beans are freshly roasted in a drum roaster by a human coffee master and exclusively packed for the Eckhardt Coffee Art brand.

Eckhardt Coffee Art is following the long European and German coffee-making tradition. Valuing the taste of the coffee. Milk is not the main ingredient and black German coffee with evaporated milk and sugar can be enjoyed as well as the fashion style of coffee which came up recently. Europe has long experience in coffee

Coffee culture, in Europe, is more about relaxing and enjoying than it is about reviving and reenergizing. There’s something very romantic about the ability to make a shot of espresso last an hour. I don’t know about you, but it makes me want to spend my next vacation lazing in a German café, indulging in freshly baked cake while people-watching.

Coffee culture, in Europe, is more about relaxing and enjoying than it is about reviving and reenergizing. There’s something very romantic about the ability to make a shot of espresso last an hour. I don’t know about you, but it makes me want to spend my next vacation lazing in a German café, indulging in freshly baked cake while people-watching.

We have shared the history of coffee in Germany, so you may recall that coffee houses were open to both men and women in the earliest days, back in the 17th century. Women were able to sit down inside and meet with other ladies to chat. Men grumbled, and it came to be referred to as coffee and gossip (“Kaffeeklatsch”), the term well-embedded in the language by the 19th century.

Today, with family and friends, coffee as a late afternoon break, and on holidays and Sundays. Honey almond cake, cheesecakes, fruitcakes, and the iconic Black Forest cake are some of the most popular.

Today, with family and friends, coffee as a late afternoon break, and on holidays and Sundays. Honey almond cake, cheesecakes, fruitcakes, and the iconic Black Forest cake are some of the most popular.

Eckhardt Cafe Art – Now bringing the enjoying Coffee Art of living to China