- Mild and creamy medium espresso roast with notes of hazelnuts and brown sugar
- Balanced, full-bodied medium roast with a smooth finish
- Blended and roasted in Vietnam
- Best used with espresso machine
- Produced in a nut-free facility center, Contains only coffee
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The beans are huge, sound, ripe and delicious. It is a great choice as a regional single source coffee enjoyed black or with cream and sugar, but also works well for traditional ca phe sua da - Vietnamese style coffee with sweetened condensed milk. The density and rich taste are great in the traditional phin filter and deliver the optimal brewing time.
This delicious medium roast whole bean coffee is a blend of Arabica beans and robusta beans
Get the perfect grind and the freshest flavor by grinding whole beans just before brewing
Coffee Basics: The Difference Between Arabica and Robusta
Arabica: Arabica coffee is considered superior to Robusta because of its delicate flavor and low acidity. This variety is grown at higher altitudes and can be more difficult and costly to grow. These labor-intensive, low-yield plants produce a high-demand bean that sells for a higher price.
Robusta: Robusta coffee tends to have a more acidic and harsh flavor than Arabica as well as higher levels of caffeine. Robusta can be grown at lower altitudes, in hotter climates, and with less moisture. Since Robusta has fewer growing restrictions and has a generally less desirable flavor, it is usually sold for a lower price than Arabica beans. Most mass-market commercial beans are of the Robusta variety.