-Rich in antioxidants.
-Contains easily digestible fibre.
-A veg-friendly alternative to coffee.
Lupin coffee is a great alternative for anyone who wants to expand their culinary horizons and discover new flavours, but especially for those who prefer decaffeinated and real coffee.
This coffee is the perfect choice for any occasion – as a cappuccino in the morning, as an espresso after a good meal, or as a classic coffee in the daily rush.
How to make lupin coffee properly?
1. The simplest, quickest and probably most commonly used method is to make coffee in a cup. Depending on your taste, you need 1-3 teaspoons of lupin coffee powder per 200 ml cup.
2. Perfect for use in the popular French coffee press.
3. Also suitable for filter coffee machines.
4. Can also be used in Espresso machines. As lupin coffee swells more than regular coffee, we recommend using about 2/3 the amount of regular coffee.
You will be amazed at the impact of roasting methods on the aroma and the great crema that can be obtained with lupin coffee!
Lupines are harvested in late summer when the seeds are fully ripe. They must be cleaned and dried so that they can be refined later in the roasting process. The aroma of Lupin coffee is mainly influenced by the roasting process. Lupins are usually roasted at 75°C. After heating for 20 minutes, the temperature is raised to 205°C. This prevents the lupins from becoming bitter, as they do not burn during roasting. The end result is dark, but not black, lupin seeds with a strong aroma.
The quality of the lupins is very important for the taste of the final product, as only fully ripened lupin seeds produce a great aroma after roasting and can convince even the most experienced coffee connoisseur.