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Does Blonde Espresso Have More Caffeine Than Dark Espresso? Let’s Find Out!

Does Blonde Espresso Have More Caffeine?

Blonde Espresso at Starbucks is the most popular coffee flavor globally, and it’s also one of the most caffeinated.

The secret is using French-roast coffee beans, which are naturally less acidic than American-roast coffee beans. It is the combination of the coffee bean, and the amount of pressure applied that creates the unique flavor of the blonde espresso.

A French press creates a full-bodied, smooth espresso, while an American-style filter coffee yields a lighter, milder flavor.

What Makes Blonde Espresso Roast Stronger?

Blonde Espresso Roast is stronger than other coffees because it uses beans from two regions. The blend of coffee beans comes from Latin America and East Africa, making the coffee stronger.

Coffee beans come from different places around the world. Darker roasts have less caffeine than lighter coffee beans. Blonde roast coffees are stronger than regular espresso because of the beans used. Roasted coffee beans don’t affect caffeine content.

Starbucks Blonde Espresso Roasts are dark roasts. The term “blonde” does imply light roast coffee beans. But when talking about coffee, the term “blonde’ actually means dark – medium roast coffee.

Starbuck’s blonde espresso coffee beans are mostly dark-roasted, but some are light-roasted. 

Dark roast coffee beans are brownish-red in color. Cinnamon roast refers to the color of the roasted beans, not the flavor. Normal people don’t geeks out over coffee as much as we do.

Blondes are known for being blonde. Roast means to cook something until it is brown or black. So, when you order a “blonde roast,” you’re ordering a coffee drink with caramel coloring added to it. This is a great marketing tactic because people think this is a new flavor of the coffee.

What roast level is Blonde?

Starbucks’ Blonde Roast is a medium-dark roast. Keep in mind that Starbucks roasts their beans very heavily. They usually take the light roasts off the heat after the first crack.

These beans don’t have oils, and they look lighter in color. Light roasts are often called Cinnamon, New England, and Half-City. Light roasts are typically taken off the fire right after the first crack, at about a temperature of 356° F -401° F.

Blonde Espresso vs. Other Coffees: How Strong Is It?

Blonde Roast Coffee is stronger than any other brand. The amount of caffeine in this drink is higher than any other brand.

A 1 oz portion of the espresso is equivalent to 2 cups of coffee.

Caffeine is a stimulant found in coffee beans. People who consume it stay awake longer.

Black coffee contains more caffeine than other types of coffee because it is roasted for a longer period. The caffeine content of instant coffee is lower than that of fresh coffee beans because it is ground into smaller pieces.

Coffee lovers drink about three cups of coffee per day, which means that coffee enthusiasts consume about 150mg of caffeine in coffee every day. This amount is much lower than the amount of caffeine in a single shot of coffee or a cup of regular coffee.

What Does Blonde Espresso Taste Like?

Blonde coffee tastes milder than dark roast levels. It’s also sweeter.

A closer look reveals that this shot is not as simple as it appears. The unique flavor coming from the beans is a huge success. The energy provided by the caffeine is what we expect from an espresso.

Finally, pulling shots of coffee has always been fun for all coffee drinkers. You’ll need to try the drink for yourself to understand what I’m talking about.

How to Make Blonde Espresso at Home

I always enjoy drinking one type of coffee more than any other – espresso. I usually order an espresso drink in my local Starbucks shop when I am out and about.

But, what if you have no Starbucks around you? You might be interested to know that you can make this delightful coffee recipe at home.

Process:

STEP 1: Get the equipment ready. You’ll need a stove, espresso maker, grinder, and a Moka pot. The stove is essential and should be your first purchase. Next, get a few cups. A single cup of espresso will take two teaspoons of ground coffee. This can be purchased at a store or from a supplier.

STEP 2: Heat the espresso maker. Heat the stove on medium-high heat. Please turn off the stove after it heats up. Place the espresso maker on top of the stove. It is recommended to have the espresso maker on top of the stove because the heat will cause the espresso to be more efficient in the process.

STEP 3: Grind your coffee. Put the espresso grinder on the floor and grind the coffee beans. Grind for approximately three to four minutes. Make sure that you do not grind the beans to powder.

STEP 4: Prepare your espresso. Place the Moka pot inside the espresso maker, then place water inside the Moka pot. Pour your coffee into the Moka pot.

STEP 5: Boil your espresso. Once the water boils, turn off the stove. You may pour in the espresso or add it later. Pour water to cover the beans. Let it sit for three minutes. This will help in making the espresso.

STEP 6: Stir. After sitting for three minutes, use a wooden spoon to stir the mixture. After that, it is important to take the espresso and strain it.

Last words

The first thing you notice about this beverage is its color: deep, rich brown with a creamy head. 

The best part about this drink? You can make it yourself! Just add water to your favorite French press or pour into your favorite mug, then top with milk (or even cream!), and you’ve got yourself a perfectly delicious cup.

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Ellie Patchen

I love a good cup of coffee on Monday mornings for that pick-me-up, also love them in the afternoon, and on Tuesdays. In fact, it's fair to say that I love coffee all day everyday! So much so that I created a whole site to blog about it, answer questions and to just have a place for my frequent ramblings on the wonder that is.. coffee!

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