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JAZ Improv : Panda Blend

We can all use a hug. Panda Blend hugs your tastebuds with rich, warm natural-process beans from Andradas, a small town in the Poços de Caldas volcanic caldera that is world-renowned for its health-giving soil and healing hot springs.

Alcides Jorge Fossa is a second-generation Italian coffee grower who has cultivated some of the finest microlots in the Sitio Pinhalzinho farming community of Andradas since 1984. We have purchased a sizable quantity of his 2020 harvest and have spent over a week perfecting the optimal roast points and combinations that go into this Harlequin Roast coffee.

This Direct Trade coffee is grown in tracts of coffee trees nestled between hundreds of acres of conservation land.

Rich, buttery, smooth, and low in acid, this is a great coffee to sip while enjoying a bakery treat or after-dinner relaxing cuppa.

Choose 8 ounce bag in whole bean or drip grind.

$7.95 $5.00
(You save $2.95)
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  1. 5 Star Review I’m in trouble.

    I truly don’t know exactly how to describe this coffee other than to say it ticks all of the boxes. If Len’s ever runs out of this coffee, I will be inconsolable, I absolutely love it and find myself looking forward to having it each time I brew it. I’ve never tasted a coffee like this one. I’m about to order it for the 3rd time.

    Posted by on Apr 2nd 2021

  2. 5 Star Review A Great Blend!!

    A great blend, very tasty and mellow.

    Posted by on Jan 29th 2021

  3. 5 Star Review Great flavor

    So good, weplaced second order

    Posted by on Dec 9th 2020


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