Flavors

Pure Coffee Extract

The rich, freshly brewed flavor of our Pure Coffee Extract is achieved through our careful distillation of a premium blend of Italian and Brazilian coffee beans. The full-bodied flavor accentuates chocolate, adds nuance to vanilla and enhances the flavor of a variety of dishes across the culinary spectrum. This highly concentrated extract is easy to keep on hand, unlike ground coffee or beans, which rapidly lose their flavor. Our Pure Coffee Extract enjoys a long shelf life, meaning you can use the exact amount your recipe calls for and then store it at room temperature until you need it again.

Flavors

Pure Coffee Extract

The rich, freshly brewed flavor of our Pure Coffee Extract is achieved through our careful distillation of a premium blend of Italian and Brazilian coffee beans. The full-bodied flavor accentuates chocolate, adds nuance to vanilla and enhances the flavor of a variety of dishes across the culinary spectrum. This highly concentrated extract is easy to keep on hand, unlike ground coffee or beans, which rapidly lose their flavor. Our Pure Coffee Extract enjoys a long shelf life, meaning you can use the exact amount your recipe calls for and then store it at room temperature until you need it again.

Quantity sizes in fluid ounces
  • 2
  • 4
  • 18
  • Professionals
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  • Sweet ideas: cookies, candies, brownies tiramisus, frozen desserts, baked goods, icings, frostings
  • Savory ideas: soups, stews, tomato sauces, gravies, salsas, rubs, moles
  • Beverage ideas: milkshakes, mocha drinks, homebrewed beer, lattes
  • Chef’s notes: Pure Coffee Extract is perfect for adding coffee flavor when additional ingredients, such as espresso, would throw off the ratios in a recipe. The extract is especially popular among homebrewers.

While coffee’s energizing qualities were first discovered in Ethiopia, it was in Yemen that coffee beans were first roasted and brewed. Legend has it that a goat herder noticed his flock becoming invigorated after nibbling bright red coffee berries. He tried the fruit, felt a renewal of energy and brought the berries to a holy man. The holy man disapproved and threw them into the fire, from which an enticing aroma billowed. The roasted beans were raked from the embers, ground up and dissolved in hot water, yielding the world’s first cup of coffee. From the Middle East, coffee drinking was spread to the Italian elite by Venetian merchants and then, eventually, to the rest of Europe.

Water, Alcohol (35%), Coffee Extract

What Chefs Have to Say

About our products

"It’s no secret, both for cooking and baking, always use the best ingredients. What’s the point of investing time to create something and use average ingredients? Vanilla Extract and Vanilla Bean Paste are my favorites, as well as the Lemon Extract. I like using the Vanilla Bean Paste, as it is the closest to using fresh vanilla pods with all the glorious little seeds, and the consistency doesn’t interfere with the recipes.”

Eric lanlard UK Chef, TV Host, Master Pâtissier and Cookbook Author