Using only the finest beans from Central America, Indonesia and Africa, our Signature Espresso brings together some of the most sought-after beans in the world. Monaco is roasted light to create a nutty flavor, along with hints of tangy fruit and spice. The unique combination of these beans creates a smooth, rich texture for the perfect shot of crema-topped espresso. To complement its complex character, Monaco has a fairly bright, lingering finish for a sweet, fulfilling cup of coffee from begin
Ever since I had to wait six weeks before getting my Delonghi Magnifica back from service because of a grinder problem, I've been paranoid about putting oily beans in it. I recently ordered some Monaco because it was advertised as a light roast and I thought WLL would be sensitive to SuperAutomatic issues. But Monaco seems to be pretty oily (compared to say, Lavazza Supercrema), especially some of the beans. I ground some up in a separate grinder to try it and actually liked it a lot. Do you think it's safe to use directly in a superautomatic? Thanks.