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Mokaflor Blu 50/50 Ground Coffee 8.8oz/250g

Mokaflor Blu 50/50 Ground Coffee 8.8oz/250g


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Mokaflor Blu 50/50 blend offers a powerful, robust flavor and rich, creamy texture created from a balance of Brazilian Arabicas and Far Eastern Robustas, making it perfect for milk-based beverages. The deep, dark brown cream boasts intense body and strong bitterness, perfectly balanced by a delightful chocolate aroma and notes of bitter cocoa and fine wood.

Compostion: 50% Arabica / 50% Robusta beans
Aroma: Chocolate and fine wood
Flavor: Bitter cocoa with a strong body
Packaging: Resealable bag

Imported from Europe

Preparation: This robust coffee balances well with milk for a latte or macchiatto. It can also be used in a mokapot, pour over, or classic drip coffee maker. Steeping in the French Press overnight, it makes an exceptionally creamy cold brew.

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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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