If you visit a café or restaurant in Spain and order coffee, it is very likely you’ll be served torrefacto coffee – a thicker, more flavorful brew than what is usually served here in the UK. To produce torrefacto coffee the whole coffee beans are coated with a fine mist of sugar prior to roasting. These sugar-coated beans are blended with natural roast beans and the proportion of torrefacto beans in the mix determines the intensity of the coffee (the higher the proportion of torrefacto, the more intense is the coffee).
This blend is 20% torrefacto and 80% natural roast, intense, full of flavour and aroma. Whole beans, so they keep their whole flavour for a longer time. Marcilla is the brand that many families in Spain use, very known in all the country. The coffee is vacuum packaged so that you reach the full aroma and flavour.