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Prince Street Crema Special

Our secret blend of coffees of several species and regions starts with a base of Bourbon Arabica and Highland Peaberry Robusta. This perfectly balanced Italian-style espresso is your top choice of any coffee ever blended for body and crema, bright and brisk with full-palate appeal and amazing persistence.

With fairly traded coffees sourced from around the world, and reflective of our philosophy for supporting rare and endangered heirloom coffees, we are proud to make this coffee our first in a line of new espresso coffees.

The Prince Street Crema Blend is ideal for iced espresso recipes that rely on a thick, firm crema that hold up to artistic presentation and lasting enjoyment of crema. Notes of fruit, chocolate, and caramel balance well by themselves or with flavorings for specialty drinks either hot or cold.

Available in whole bean or espresso grind. Medium espresso roast, 8 ounce bags.


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  1. 5 Star Review Consistent Quality

    I order three go to espresso ground products, this being one of them. Each one delivers a pleasurable experience depending on what my palate is calling for at the moment. I know this sounds vagued but this product fits with lifestyle and is consistent in quality.

    Posted by on Feb 25th 2021

  2. 5 Star Review The flavors sing!

    LOVE! This coffee is exceptional. We blew through the first shipment and ordered more. Our whole family is grateful for your exceptionally high quality coffee's. Len. Thank you so much.

    Posted by on May 9th 2020

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Featured Region

The Araku Valley of India

India's coffee tradition goes back 400 years or more, when a variety called Kent was first established in the Southern Hills. Arabicas predominated until the blight of 1870, when growers needed to hybridize to resistant varieties. The resultant strains had genes from Liberica and other unique, resistant species. Learn more and browse India's Araku Valley coffees here.

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