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Caramel | Hazelnut | Herb | honey | Milk Chocolate | Orange |

Roam - Lyammungo

$15.00
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This coffee is not only smooth, it's sweet. The honey processing gives this coffee a complex yet balanced profile. It's one of our favorites from Roam Roasters here in Edmonton, with exciting taste notes of milk chocolate, hazelnut, orange, caramel, and herbs.



Produced by Oro Molido Cooperative in Tanzania. An ethical, family-owned coffee company that is dedicated to education and empowerment of local communities. Oro Molido Cooperative coffee beans are grown on the slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro in Moshi on rich volcanic soils and with perfect climate. Producing a rich coffee, with intense aroma and a full body.

 

Made for sensational cups of coffee! 



About the Beans

Type

Blend

Origin 

 Tanzania 

Varietal

 Bourbon, Kent, N39, KP & F6 

masl

 1300 - 1380

Region 

 Moshi 

Process

Honey Processed

quantity

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