If we were to ever have a dark roast this would be it. While not actually roasted "dark" it has the bitter chocolate and heavier body associated with a dark roast, all with a nice pleasantly balanced acidity.
This coffee was grown and produced without synthetic fertilizers, herbicides, pesticides or fungicides
Continent: South America
Country: Brazil & Colombia
Process: Natural & Washed
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