Espresso Blends. Rarely a single-origin. And almost always something with Ethiopian or Brazilian coffee. But honestly I usually have at least two or three different roasts I'm drinking at any time, all different. So no favorite "everyday" coffee when it comes to espresso.
Vietnamese coffee is more and more popular with Robusta in the world. However, any people are afraid of the high content caffein of Robusta which make them addicted. Why don't you mix Robusta and Arabica to have your own coffee style. My favourite combination is 40% of Arabica and 60% Robusta. It is not too sour, it is not too bitter, a mellow taste and very good flavour. The caffein is enough to wake me up to start a new day and be full of energy for a hard-working day. Try once! You will love it at the first trial time ;-)
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