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Coffee Beans - Planet Espresso Blend 2 lb Bag

Try our FRESH roasted house blend of six beans from the Far East, Central and South America! French roast.

Our price CA$19.90


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Enjoy our very own gourmet espresso blend of six different origins, from Far East, Central and South America. Freshly roasted here in Mississauga.
 
- French roast, slightly oily surface.
- Irresistible aroma!
- We added a small amount of  Robusta. This combination brings out so much crema, sugar doesn't stand a chance.
- Lot's of body. 
- The bags feature "one-way-valves", also known as "vacuum valves", sealing the aroma for freshness.
- Recommended extraction time: 15s to 25s
SKU CofPlanetESP1
Weight 2.20 lbs

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  • Author: Andrew Bilous
    Having the worst time trying to get the stars to stick at 5 lol This is a great blend. One of the best I have had for the price! I could make better stickers for the bag though ;) Call me up lets talk about it. Oh so I did give it a 5 star rating ;)

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