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Legendee Gift Box

The Legendee Gift Box contains two bags of Legendee Sang Tao 8 in silver foil vacuum packaging for a total of 500g of gourmet coffee. This box is high quality, heavyweight glossy paperboard and perfect for gifting, and, as with all Legendee items, it comes with a card explaining the history of the coffee and giving advice on how to get the best out of the coffee, ensuring that the lucky recipient can fully enjoy their gift. This used to be in gold packaging. We show the old product here also so people can see the change and know the packaging is different but the coffee is the same :-)

The Legendee is Trung Nguyen's flagship coffee produced in a simulated Kopi Luwak style, and is a no-fail gift for coffee mavens.

Contains 2 bags of 250 grams (8.8 ounces) each ground coffee.

Limit 2 per order, please!
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  1. 5 Star Review Great service

    very good product

    Posted by on Feb 12th 2021

  2. 5 Star Review Great service

    THis is a great site. Been buying from Len for about 8 years already

    Posted by on Oct 14th 2020

  3. 5 Star Review Legendee Coffee, and Len's are the best!

    I ordered the Legendee Coffee from Len's Coffee, for my husband's birthday. The coffee arrived two days after I ordered it. It is absolutely delicious. It was a pleasure doing business with Len's Coffee. Keep up the great work! Thanks so much.

    Posted by on Jul 2nd 2018

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