Roastery coffee in Amsterdam

Roastery coffee, roasting coffee transforms the chemical and physical properties of coffee beans into roasted coffee products. Every coffeebean has it’s own roastingprofile. By roasting each coffeebean at the exact right temperature we achieve the ultimate taste the coffeebean has to offer. Because every coffeebean has a different flavour, we import coffeebeans from various countries. Our coffeebeans are entirely fairtrade and organic. It is very important to Cafecito that our coffee makes the world a little better. In every aspect. The roasting of the beans is of course done by us. This way we ensure a consistent quality. Every day, only the best at Cafecito.

Are you interested in our coffeebeans, and are you a company? We also deliver our tasty freshly roasted coffeebeans B2B.

Espressobar Amsterdam, coffee roaster machine
Espressobar Amsterdam, Coffee beans filter

The quality of our roastery

The vast majority of coffee is roasted commercially on a large scale. Cafecito approaches the roasting process of coffeebeans in an entirely different way. What makes us different? We make all the difference by not roasting our coffeebeans in bulk. It is our mission to keep coffeebeans as fresh as possible. We ‘roast on demand’. Which means that when you place an order, you will receive your freshly roasted beans that same week. Discover for yourself the taste of truely fresh coffee.

 

Roastery for espresso

An espresso roast will bring out the specific and interesting flavours of the roasted coffee bean when brewed using an espresso machine.

Espresso machines brew coffee very quickly, forcing water at high pressure through coffee grinds to produce a syrupy, concentrated espresso coffee. It can be drank on its own, with hot water added to create a long black/americano, or it can be used as a base for flat whites, lattes and cappuccinos.

Typically, an espresso roast is roasted slightly hotter and for longer. It’s easier to dissolve the right amount of coffee into the water because it’s roasted to be more soluble and helps the properly extracted coffee taste much sweeter and more balanced.

Koffiebar Amsterdam, bruine koffiezak met koffiebonen
Espressobar Amsterdam, coffee roaster machine

Roastery coffee in Amsterdam

Roastery coffee, roasting coffee transforms the chemical and physical properties of coffee beans into roasted coffee products. The roasting process is what produces the characteristic flavor of coffee by causing the coffee beans to change in taste. Unroasted beans contain similar if not higher levels of sugars, acids, protein and caffeine as those that have been roasted, but lack the taste of roasted coffee beans due to the Maillard and other chemical reactions that occur during roasting.

Espressobar Amsterdam, Coffee beans filter

The quality of our roastery

The vast majority of coffee is roasted commercially on a large scale, but small-scale commercial roasting has grown significantly with the trend toward “single-origin” coffees served at our roastery shop in Amsterdam.

Koffiebar Amsterdam, bruine koffiezak met koffiebonen

Roastery for espresso

An espresso roast will bring out the specific and interesting flavours of the roasted coffee bean when brewed using an espresso machine.

Espresso machines brew coffee very quickly, forcing water at high pressure through coffee grinds to produce a syrupy, concentrated espresso coffee. It can be drunk on its own, with hot water added to create a long black/americano, or it can be used as a base for flat whites, lattes and cappuccinos.

Typically, an espresso roast is roasted slightly hotter and for longer. It’s easier to dissolve the right amount of coffee into the water because it’s roasted to be more soluble and helps the properly extracted coffee taste much sweeter and more balanced.

Koffiebar Amsterdam, koffieboon icoontje van de koffiezaak Cafecito

As coffee roasters and espressobar in Amsterdam South, we specialise in roasting our own beans. The coffee beans go through a number of different heat reactions during the roasting process, all carefully monitored by one of our skilful employees. This results in a far tastier roast, made with finesse.

Espressobar, icon of H2O water from the coffeeroasters Cafecito

Water is an essential element for life. After all, without water we wouldn’t have coffee, would we?! When preparing coffee, water is very influential from a physical and chemical standpoint. Brewing the perfect pot of coffee is more than just pouring it in.

93 degrees Celsius is the ideal water temperature with which to brew any coffee. This is actually lower than the temperature water boils at, so precision is key. Our baristas have the skill level to always brew the perfect cup at the ideal temperature.