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Highlands Moka Blend

Moka is a rare Arabica varietal that has been 'rediscovered'. This tiny, round-shaped bean is superb in body and flavor, partly due to dry processing (sun ripening), that brings out the fabulous chocolate, vanilla, nutty tones and aromatics that makes this a truly gourmet delight. Low in acid but bright in flavor, with smooth, full body and a distinctly Vietnamese roasting style, this is a unique coffee that will give enjoyment on many levels. Delicious served either American style or Vietnamese style (brewed with a Phin and served with sweetened condensed milk).

200 grams, ground coffee.


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  1. 4 Star Review Vietnam's best

    Heard about Highland coffee by word of mouth. Wanted to give a try. I can say was surprised on the quality of beans and the very rich and chocolaty taste. Definitely will be ordering more in pantry. Highly recommended

    Posted by on Jan 6th 2022

  2. 4 Star Review Good, however!

    Not my favorite but it is good. The flavor, to me, just does not compare with my favorite, Creative 3. However; it is better than just about any other coffee I have tried.

    Posted by on Sep 1st 2021

  3. 5 Star Review Great Coffee

    This is a family favorite!

    Posted by on Apr 30th 2021

  4. 5 Star Review My favorite

    I enjoy this coffee, its superb.

    Posted by on Mar 1st 2021

  5. 4 Star Review A constant in our house!

    Another great blend!

    Posted by on Mar 25th 2020

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