Mexico coffee package 100% Arabica 250 gr - Passalacqua
The Passalacqua company boasts more than seventy years of history in the production of the "best coffee in the world". It is way back in 1948, in the difficult post-war climate, that the three Passalacqua brothers started the new activity of coffee roasting with an ancient machine that roasted 5 kg of coffee every twenty minutes. Since then, the goal has been to produce a very high-quality coffee that started from the best beans from South America which underwent careful processing and roasting in the factory in the province of Naples that fully respected the best Neapolitan tradition. And it is precisely in Naples, where coffee is much more than a simple drink, that Passalacqua coffee has earned the title of "best coffee in the world" and is in fact used by the most popular bars and cafés in the city. The Mexico blend is one of the most prized and loved among those produced by the company, it is composed of highly prized 100% Arabica coffee beans, which, after reaching the company from selected plantations in South America, undergo a drying procedure and roasting, secret and unchanged for decades, which makes this coffee, unique in aroma and persistence, so appreciated by Neapolitans, people of true connoisseurs when it comes to coffee.
This product is free of
- Synthetic Sweeteners (Sweeteners);
The Doctor says:
Among the many nutritional components of coffee, the best known and most studied is undoubtedly caffeine, as it has important properties, such as the stimulatory effect on gastric and biliary secretion (which is why coffee at the end of the meal is believed to facilitate digestion); the tonic and stimulating effect on cardiac and nervous function (that's why many people appreciate its energetic effect, which is useful not to be bothered after a hearty meal); the lipolytic effect, that is, the slimming agent (caffeine stimulates the use of fats for energy and thermogenesis, increasing the number of calories burned by the "human-machine"); anorectic effect (coffee taken in massive doses decreases appetite). In addition to caffeine, there are many substances in coffee, the potential beneficial role of which on the body is still under study. In particular, several components have been isolated with strong antioxidant, anti-mutagenic and anti-inflammatory properties, which are however insufficient to compensate for the risk deriving from high consumption of coffee.