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A sweet, clean pure Colombian Coffee sourced directly from our friends at Asoapia in the Risaralda region of Colombia. This high grown coffee has sweet acidity with a sweet nutty flavour to create a fine easy drinking coffee of medium body.
100% Pure Roasted Coffee (Colombian)See all Product Description
THIS HAS A GREAT SMELL UPON OPENING THE PACKET,AS MOST GROUND COFFEE SHOULD, AND THE TASTE IS OF A NICE STRENGTH.Published 11 months ago by R
Not keen. Found it has a sort of metalic taste almost bitter. I like a sweet creamy brew id normally associate with a columbian. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Dan Gleeballs
Lovely smooth taste without any bitter after-taste. Would buy again if price reasonable.Published 14 months ago by Hope Hutchinson
This coffee tastes artificially of oranges and for people who appreciate coffee, I would suggest them buying some instant rather than expecting this weak and tasteless filter... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Amazon Customer
Quite simply the best coffee I have tasted. The price is amazing too! If you like great coffee try it, you won't go back.Published 15 months ago by Gareth Porter
i usually buy my coffee from sainsburys, but this coffee is really nice not to bitter which is goodPublished 16 months ago by Mark Roberts
Much prefer the Hot Lava Java I also bought at the same time. This Fairtrade coffee is okay, but that's it - nothing special.Published 18 months ago by Big Mama
This coffee is really good. Specially if bought in the UK as it's no easy to find 'real' Colombian coffee. It tastes almost as good as coffee bought in Colombia. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Luis Silva