Nakatanenga Wild Bear Roast Coffee, various varieties

€8.50 *
Content: 0.25 Kilogramm (€34.00 * / 1 Kilogramm)

Prices incl. VAT plus shipping costs

↪️️ Fuoco or Panamerica Coffee ✔️ 250 grams, ground✔️ perfect coffee for on the go ✔️ best quality ✔️ fast shipping
  • WIBERO-FUO-250
  • 0,35 kg

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Delivery time appr. 1-3 business days


Nakatanenga Wild Bear Roast Coffee Coffee is so much more than just a drink to get you going... more

Nakatanenga Wild Bear Roast Coffee

Coffee is so much more than just a drink to get you going in the morning. Coffee is culture and it can be argued that without coffee there wouldn’t be any 4x4s like Defenders because, after all, it was in England’s coffee houses in the 17th century that caffeine and socializing facilitated the birth of modern science, technology and industry. But all theory aside, really good coffees are simply a delight and that’s reason enough for us, as an off-road and outdoor outfitter, to sell our own coffee blends – made for us by an exclusive artisan coffee company.

 We’re offering two kinds of espresso blends in 250g packages, the Fuoco and the Panamerica. The fiery fuoco is a creation of ground coffees using 93% Arabica beans from Asia, Africa and Latin America. 7% Jamaican Blue Mountain beans, one of the most sought-after coffees in the world, give it a special flair and provide the chocolate notes on the palate. The special blend Panamerica uses a selection of the best Arabica beans from Central and South America. Our coffees are roasted and ground in small batches and with artisan care. They can be brewed in stove-top espresso makers, cafetières, filter coffee machines as well as automatic espresso machines.

 If you are travelling a lot but don’t want to miss out on your cup of handmade barista-quality coffee, we are now offering a coffee bundle with the legendary AeroPress Go® single cup coffee maker thrown in.

Please note:
For regulatory reason, coffees cannot be returned

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