Dallmayr Prodomo 500g - 17.6Oz finest ground german coffee 100% Arabica
There is hardly any other name that has defined the taste of coffee for generations as much as Dallmayr prodomo. Many people still swear by “their prodomo” today. Tourists do not leave the Dallmayr delicatessen in Munich without a pack of it in their luggage as a souvenir. Here, the coffee is scooped by hand out of precious Nymphenburg porcelain vases and weighed out on antique balance scales. In Dallmayr prodomo, selected highland coffees from Asia, Africa, and South and Central America come together to form a finely balanced premium blend. The typical taste primarily comes from the arabica coffees from the fertile southern provinces of Ethiopia – the birthplace of coffee. In the highlands here, people harvest the coffee cherries which primarily grow in small plantations. After the harvest, they are “washed” in a special procedure, which also refines the green coffee. Dallmayr Prodomo has been around since the beginning of the 1960s.
It is still offered today in the same mix as it was created at the time. Dallmayr Prodomo is a top blend of the finest Arabica-Hochlandkaffees from the best cultivation areas in the world. The typical taste is mainly characterized by Arabica beans from the fertile southern provinces of Ethiopia, the home of the coffee. Dallmayr prodomo gives its distinctive taste a special refinement and the final Vollaromaröstung.
A highlight for all coffee lovers. The term "pro domo" comes from the Latin and means "for the (own) house" or freely translated "do your self a good." Konrad Werner Wille, co-owner, and first coffee expert in the delicatessen house Dallmayr, composed this popular coffee brand in the early 1960s and gave it the name prodomo. So he devoted the noble mixture to the Dallmayr delicatessen house and its customers.
Preparation: Dallmayr prodomo is ideal for the classical preparation of filter coffee, whether in the filter coffee machine or with the hand filter. We recommend 6 to 8 g of coffee powder per cup with a brewing time of maximum 8 minutes. When hand-filtered, the water should be about 92 to 95 ° C, also no longer boil - otherwise bitter substances come to the fore. Coffee tastes best freshly prepared. If a larger amount is left than you currently need, refill the coffee in a thermos flask.