The intense strength of Coffee will give you the energy keep going.
Calculated at Checkout
2.2 lbs. / 1 kg
Arabica vs Robusta:
the best Espresso
Posted by Glenn Groglio on 25th Jun 2018
I absolutely love this brand, when I went to buy recently and you were out of stock - I could not find anything comparable in taste!
Posted by Joe M on 31st Dec 2017
This is one of the best tasting full bodied Expresso coffees you can find and for this awesome price only at Cerini's. Great job guys.
Posted by Unknown on 14th Dec 2017
Smooth, creamy and rich.
Posted by Bill on 4th Dec 2017
Robust but very smooth and tasty. I look forward to my breakfast coffee to start the day.
Introduced to me at a dinner partyw
Posted by Glenn on 17th Nov 2017
Wow - this is great stuff! - makes a great cup of american style coffee too! I have been buying more expensive brand that is not nearly as flavorful.
Posted by Francesco V. Cirino on 31st Aug 2017
Moderately strong. A 4 out of 5 in strong taste. I found it to be a very good balance between bitter and sweet. Not offensive to the pallet. A smooth finish and nice after taste. It's my new Neopolotan espresso. Limbo has the upper hand in that market. However, Intenso is nowhere near as bitter . Well balanced flavor. Plus, after I add sugar, taste, I add my milk for a flavor my pallet requires every morning with breakfast. Neopolitans seem to be the best at roasting. Great job Napoli!
Posted by Daniele on 11th Jun 2017
I tried the Intenso Caffe Forte to see if it would provide an interesting counterpoint to my daily morning macchiato. Well, on its own and when mixed with Danesi, it added a vegetal quality that I just didn't care for. And, I didn't find it particularly strong. Oh well...
Note from Cerini:
Make sure you re-calibrate your grinders when changing your beans. Not all beans will grind the same. If you change the beans, more often than not, you have to make some sort of adjustment to the grinder.
Posted by Unknown on 28th May 2017
Very consistent, perfect for my machine
Posted by TomZ on 21st Jan 2017
This is my "go to" bean. Always consistently the same.