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Espresso Planet Blend - Planet Espresso Blend Beans 2 lb Bag

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

New bag style with zipper seal!

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.
  • Bags also now feature a zipper seal for reclosure!
  • Recommended extraction time: 15s to 25s

Pack Size: WxDxH 5”x3.25”x11.58”

SKU CofPlanetESP1
Weight 2.20 lbs
Origin Blend
Roasted Locally Roasted
Roast Dark (French Roast)
Use for Espresso
Organic
Average customer rating:
 
(2 reviews)  



2 Most useful customer reviews (see all reviews):
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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Lawrence Gordon
Mar 13, 2019
This customer purchased the item at our site.
Great espresso at the price !! Once i dialed my grinder and temps in it makes a really nice espresso .
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