House Espresso

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An ode to traditional Italian espresso with new world nuances. Our House Espresso is firmly rooted in the vein of classic Northern Italian Espresso and is ideally suited for rich and compact espresso cuisine. True to form its soft, chocolaty and sweet. Yet with coffees from Central and South America, Africa, and  Indonesia it adds some new world complexity.

We are pleased to announce that our House Espresso won a Bronze Medal at the prestigious Golden Bean North America 2018 Roasters Competition in the "Milk Based Espresso" category.

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  • 5
    Our Favorite Espresso Blend

    Posted by Andrew on Jul 12th 2021

    The Walla Walla Roastery's House Espresso blend is our favorite "go to" coffee. We've been drinking it almost exclusively for about 6-months. We're brewing it as espresso in a La Marzocco Linea Mini, ground with a Eureka Atom. Walla Walla's Espresso blend always produces delicious, consistent shots with healthy crema, and no channeling (so long as we can get through our 5lb bag in a decent amount of time). Once it's dialed in at the start of a new bag, it only takes very minor adjustments in grind to consistently get our target extraction ratio and timing throughout the entire bag (1:1.5, or 20g of coffee to produce 30g of espresso over the course of a 30-second extraction). Their pricing is also very competitive, about 30% less for a 5lb bag than other 3rd wave regional roasters we've used. I always request that they ship our 5lb bag when it's been fresh-roasted, and it always ships out the same day, or day after being roasted. With shipping times, that means we usually get it 1-3 days after it's roasted, and in our family, a 5lb bag lasts 2-3 weeks. I'm thrilled to have found such a good, regional source for our favorite coffee.

  • 5
    House Espresso

    Posted by Cheri Vaillancour on Jul 1st 2020

    So glad I bought a five-pound bag! This coffee is delicious. Very rich and flavorful; just what I was looking for after having invested in a Breville espresso machine. Goodbye Starbucks! Thank you, Walla Walla Roastery!!

  • 5
    daily mochas

    Posted by Dave on Apr 22nd 2020

    We grind our beans every day to make mochas. We recently switched to these beans and love them. They brew a really creamy shot of coffee and the taste is very smooth and mild which we really like.

  • 5
    House Espresso whole bean

    Posted by Wava Leroue on Sep 13th 2019

    I discovered Walla Walla roastery a long time ago and as soon as I got my own espresso machine I have been ordering House Espresso whole bean from them ever since even after moving out of the area. They never fail to deliver quality beans and a great tasting espresso shot!

  • 5
    5lb bag

    Posted by Landon on Jul 22nd 2019

    This is a fantastic coffee. Being able to make from home in Seattle brings me back to my Walla Walla years. Keep up the good work and start selling your caramel sauce on here as well!

  • 5
    everyone loves this product

    Posted by Linda A Parks on Jul 13th 2019

    absolutely everyone who have tasted this coffeehas loved it. even those who usually take sweeteners in their coffee. using a rich whipping cream is enough to be happy with.they are shocked. I feel that it is where the bean is grown. .I have use italion beans before for that reason.that and the fact that they are shade grown,so the acid is lower.thank you the blend.

  • 5
    I love this blend

    Posted by Linda A Parks on May 4th 2019

    I love this blend. it is low in acidic acid and more tolerable on the tummy. I wish it came in pods. that would be perfect !

  • 5
    House Espresso

    Posted by Vicki Writer on Nov 26th 2018

    Love the flavors and the roast is just right.

  • 5
    espresso

    Posted by Susan on Feb 5th 2018

    The BEST anywhere!

  • 4
    Fresh Coffee

    Posted by Steve Heiser on Jan 26th 2018

    I buy your coffee because it is fresh roasted. It is disturbing when I get shipped bags which were roasted weeks apart. How do I only get your latest batches?