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Coffeelab - Birma Ngu Shweli

Coffeelab - Birma Ngu Shweli
Price: 9,50 €
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Roasting date: 04.10.2019
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Speciality coffee from Burma, roasted in Warsaw by Coffeelab. Light roast, perfect for filter coffee machines, drippers, Chemex, AeroPress, French Press, and other pour-over brewing methods. In the cup, you can expect fruity and sweet notes resembling red currant and sugar.

Package: 250 g
Roasting date: 04.10.2019

Country: Burma (Myanma)
Region: Mandalay
Process: Natural
Variety: SL34
Altitude: 1000 m a.s.l.
Brand: Coffeelab
Package: 250 g
Country of origin: Myanmar
Whole bean / Ground Coffee: Whole bean
Arabica / Robusta: 100% Arabica
Process: Natural
Roast level: light
Brewing method: Pour over (Alternative brewing methods)
Shipping within: 24 - 48 hours
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