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Forza

“Forza” meaning to “Go”. This 100% Arabica blend is our salute to the birth place of the espresso. We have brought together beans from Brazil, Ethiopia, Honduras, Peru, Colombia and Papua New Guinea to give a bold and rounded malty sweetness with a hint of bright fruit, smooth body throughout and long milk chocolate finish. Cycling, Coffee and Italy are synonymous in their historical relationship. The rich, heady thick espresso produced from this, our Italian espresso blend gives suggestion of that mid ride coffee stop in a family run bar where over hundreds of thousands of espresso’s have been produced by an aging bar mounted coffee machine….

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Coffee type

Blend

Roast level

Medium Dark

Botany

100% Arabica

Aroma

Heady and rich, brown sugar and wholemeal bread

Process

Washed

Acidity

Bitterness

Body

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Description

“Forza” meaning to “Go”. This 100% Arabica blend is our salute to the birth place of the espresso. We have brought together beans from Brazil, Ethiopia, Honduras, Peru, Colombia and Papua New Guinea to give a bold and rounded malty sweetness with a hint of bright fruit, smooth body throughout and long milk chocolate finish. Cycling, Coffee and Italy are synonymous in their historical relationship. The rich, heady thick espresso produced from this, our Italian espresso blend gives suggestion of that mid ride coffee stop in a family run bar where over hundreds of thousands of espresso’s have been produced by an aging bar mounted coffee machine….

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227g, 250g, 1kg

2 reviews for Forza

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    N H (verified owner)

    Beautifully rounded and smooth, this is perfect!

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    M S (verified owner)

    Such a smooth, full bodied espresso, love the notes of chocolate, yum, want to try more!

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Monmouthshire, UK

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