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Grown in the highlands of the Mandailing tribe in North Sumatera, this medium-dark roast have a chocolaty aroma, smooth, dark-chocolaty flavor, a creamy body, and a rounded, long-lasting aftertaste. Aroma : Mild Flavor : Medium, Dark Chocolaty Acidity : Low, Smooth Body : Full Aftertaste : Long lasting. How to use JJ Royal Coffee is ideal for drip filter, plunger, stovetop and espresso machine. About Product 100 - percent Single Origin Arabica Coffee from Wamena, Papua. Dietary Needs sugar free Ingredient. 100 - percent Coffee. Storage Guidelines Keep in cool and airtight storage container. Best consumed within 2 weeks once opened. About the Brand JJ Royal Coffee is on a mission to share our love for Specialty Grade Indonesian coffee. Take a tantalizing journey with our range of single origin Arabica coffees, which have been cultivated in ideal micro-climate conditions. JJ Royal. Indonesia’s best mountain coffee.
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