Rouleur

Translated from French, rouleur means having wheels, or to roll. In Cycling the rouleur is a consistent all rounder who can ride well over most types of course… .. So here at Grand Tour Coffee Co we have brought together beans from Brazil (The Worlds Largest Producer of all Coffee producing both Arabica and Robusta coffee beans ) Ethiopa (Where “Coffea Arabica”, the coffee plant, originates. Production dating back dozens of centuries.) Asia (Boasting 3 of the 5 highest coffee producing countries in the world Asia provides a wide spectrum of taste varieties.) Simply put “ this blend does it all ”the ultimate all rounder ……

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Blend

Roast level

Dark

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Blend

Aroma

Bakery/Spicey - Dark & Earthy

Process

Washed

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Bitterness

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Translated from French, rouleur means having wheels, or to roll. In Cycling the rouleur is a consistent all rounder who can ride well over most types of course… .. So here at Grand Tour Coffee Co we have brought together beans from Brazil (The Worlds Largest Producer of all Coffee producing both Arabica and Robusta coffee beans ) Ethiopa (Where “Coffea Arabica”, the coffee plant, originates. Production dating back dozens of centuries.) Asia (Boasting 3 of the 5 highest coffee producing countries in the world Asia provides a wide spectrum of taste varieties.) Simply put “ this blend does it all ”the ultimate all rounder ……

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Monmouthshire, UK

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