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Enjoue Exquisite Milano Miscela di Caffe Whole Bean Coffee 8.8oz/250g

Enjoue Exquisite Milano Miscela di Caffe Whole Bean Coffee 8.8oz/250g

SKU: EN003

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Milano Miscela di Caffe is expertly crafted with a blend of specially selected coffee beans grown in the shade of banana and pepper trees. This rich and creamy coffee offers a unique combination of sweetness and spice, with notes of vanilla and cocoa. Sourced from Brazil, Ethiopia, Honduras, India, and Indonesia, these traceable origins reflect the natural habitats where the beans are grown. Delight your taste buds with this delicate yet daring coffee blend.

Composition: 80% Arabica and 20% Robusta beans
Roast: Medium
Aroma: Notes of vanilla and cocoa
Flavor: Creamy with slight sweetness and spice.
Packaging: Resealable bag

Imported from Europe

Preparation: Suitable for all coffee preparation methods, it works well in an espresso machine, mokapot, pour over or French Press brewer.  Try it over ice!

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  • Light Roast Coffee Details

    Light Roast

    Roasted for the shortest amount of time, light roast beans retain a higher acidity, resulting in a bright, nuanced flavor with hints of fruit and floral notes. The body is lighter, with a subtle sweetness. Light roasts are preferred by those who appreciate the natural characteristics of the bean origin.

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  • Medium Roast Coffee Details

    Medium Roast

    This is the most popular roast level, striking a balance between acidity and bitterness. The beans develop a richer, fuller body with a smoother taste. Notes of caramel, chocolate, and nuttiness often emerge. Medium roast coffees are versatile and work well for a variety of brewing methods.

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  • Dark Roast Coffee Details

    Dark Roast

    Roasted for the longest duration, dark roast beans are characterized by a bold, intense flavor with a lower acidity. The caramelization process creates a smoky, bittersweet taste with notes of dark chocolate and char. They have a heavier body and are often preferred by those who enjoy a stronger brew.

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