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Roast: Medium This all natural flavored coffee has a rich chocolate decadence gently infused into a medium roast specialty grade arabica bean. All of our flavored coffees start as specialty grade single origin coffee roasted in small batches to a smooth medium. Each order is then carefully flavored with high quality flavoring oils while still warm. *All Natural Flavoring

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Ethiopia Natural

Certification/Grading: Natural Roast: Med-light Tasting Profile: Milk chocolate, fruity, caramel Grower: Smallholder farmers from thee Sidama zone. Variety: Indigenous Heirloom Cultivars Region: Sidama Zone, Ethiopia Altitude: 1700-1900 M Soil Type: Nitisols Process: Full natural, sorted by hand. Dried on raised beds.

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Hario Buono V60 Drip Kettle

Stainless steel gooseneck kettle. It has ventilation holes in the lid to vent steam and an ergonomic handle.

Size: W274×D144×H147mm.

Capacity: 800ml / 1.2L / 40oz.

Body & Lid: Stainless Steel.

Handle & Lid Knob: Phenol Resin.

Made in Japan.


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Whole bean=more flavor! Whether you're drinking cold brew or old-fashioned drip coffee, when it comes to making coffee at home, fresh whole beans are a must. Whole beans yield far more flavorful, fresher, and more aromatic coffee.


The happy medium of grind sizes; a great starting point for any coffee lover. This grind is similar to the consistency of regular sand. This is the most common grind, best for drip pots coffee makers yielding bold and flavored cup of coffee. With the standard ground, you can't go wrong!


This is a chunkier grind than your standard ground coffee and has a consistency of kosher salt. This grind is best used for french presses, percolators, and coffee cupping brewing methods. Remember to brew this grind a bit longer than your other grinds to extract the maximum flavor.


This grind is much finer than other grinds. Since the espresso grinds are roasted differently than other grinds, it has a bolder, less acidic taste, with a well-rounded and full-bodied finish. It tastes “stronger,” meaning that it has a rich coffee flavor. The roasting process especially brings out more oils in the beans, so it often has a heavier feel. This requires either an espresso machine or aeropress, and it results in a shot or two (1-2oz) of a concentrated espresso. With an espresso grind you can make a variety of lattes, americanos, and cappuccinos.

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