Buy coffee beans for fully automatic machines - a large selection of delicious coffee
On the left you will find coffee bean offers from many well-known manufacturers who not only offer whole coffee beans, but also filter coffee and coffee pods. Alternatively, you can of course also use the search function above. Do you want to find cheap coffee beans? No problem! You will always find the most lucrative coffee bean deals when you sort them by price. You will find the settings for this directly below the text. Usually the default setting is already set to 'Price'. Coffee beans from Minges, which have an excellent price / performance ratio, are particularly popular. Other coffee brands with a very good price / performance ratio are Carraro and Caffé de Roccis. Your coffee beans are only stored briefly and arrive fresh and delicious. Have fun and enjoyment wherever you are.
Buy coffee beans from Kaffee Fee
Coffee is not only the most preferred luxury food in Germany and popular with young and old. When you buy coffee beans from us, you can be sure that manufacturers with a long tradition guarantee perfect coffee enjoyment through their name alone. Would you like to buy Caféclub Supercreme coffee beans? The result is a coffee made according to a Dutch recipe, which is also becoming more and more popular in Germany. You can also buy coffee beans that come from Lavazza and Segafredo. The two companies from Italy have a long tradition and their coffee is always full-bodied in taste. When you order coffee beans that come from Melitta, you get a mild, stomach-friendly coffee of high quality. The Swiss premium manufacturer Mövenpick is not only known for its delicious ice cream, its coffee tastes at least as good. If you prefer to trust German tradition, you can buy the tried and tested Dallmayr coffee beans. You too can enjoy this fascinating hot drink. Whichever type you choose - our large range of the finest coffee beans gives you the opportunity to find your personal favorite coffee quickly and easily.
Buy coffee beans, experience variety, enjoy the aroma
Real coffee connoisseurs know that freshly ground coffee best preserves the typical aroma and expresses it in terms of taste. The prerequisite for this is to buy the right coffee beans. A good coffee machine is part of it, but ultimately the decisive factor is the quality of the beans. In order to buy the coffee beans that really suit your personal taste, it is helpful to get some knowledge about the types of beans, their origin, processing and storage. Find out what distinguishes coffee in its diversity and why it is so popular with many. If you feel like drinking a good coffee now, remember to buy the coffee beans from us in good time.
Arabica and Robusta - The most popular types of coffee
There are two main types of coffee that dominate the world market: Arabica and Robusta. Arabica is one of the most popular varieties with a market share of over 60 percent. The plant comes mainly from Ethiopia. Based on a caffeine content of one to two percent, the bean has a mild aroma and is mostly used for filter coffee. Robusta has a share of around 36 percent on the world market and is mainly grown in Vietnam. This type of bean is preferred by lovers of the more intense coffee flavor. With two to four percent, the Robusta bean contains twice as much caffeine as the Arabica bean. In comparison, cultivation and harvest require less effort and costs.
From the coffee cherry to the coffee bean - the processing
Coffee cherries are harvested when they are ripe in order to achieve the maximum possible quality during later processing. A handpicked selection is necessary in order to thoroughly sort out unripe and overripe fruits. The beans are then dried slowly, turning them evenly. They have to be protected from heat and moisture. Experienced master roasters coordinate different types of beans in their work in order to achieve a balanced and stable quality through harmonious mixtures. In this way, even simpler types of coffee receive a fine-tuning and thus offer a perfect taste experience. The roasting process must be slow and gentle in order to allow all of the enclosed aromas to develop. This is implemented, for example, using a drum roasting process.