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Trung Nguyen Buon Me Thuot S Special Coffee Blend

A blend of Arabica, Robusta, Chari (Excelsa) and Catimor beans, in line with Gourmet Blend. In traditional Vietnamese roasting and flavor balancing style, Trung Nguyen created a trademark "every occasion" coffee with a rich, broad flavor and buttery mouthfeel, with excellent aftertaste and keeping qualities. This is a highly affordable coffee with great heritage, sophisticated balance and many hints of chocolate, fruit and nut.

The 500 gram bag is more than a pound of coffee, about 17.6 ounces. Ground coffee only, this product is not available in whole bean.

Over the last 15 years that we have been selling Trung Nguyen coffee, we have seen the S Blend climb to the top-selling spot in the lineup of Vietnamese coffees! You can't beat the price and value combination.

Want to try a quintessentially Vietnamese coffee with the traditional "butter roast", but not sure which coffee to try first? Start with the Buon Me Thuot Special!

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Allergy note: The special butter-roast process that gives Trung Nguyen coffees their unique flavor and aroma is a proprietary recipe and we cannot promise that it is safe for individuals with severe allergies to any vegetable oil, such as soy

We also can't promise it's vegan, but it is certified Halal and safe for lacto-vegetarians.

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  1. 5 Star Review Love this

    This has become my "go to" cup of Joe. I brew it in an espresso machine and pour it over ice for the best ice coffee in the world.Wouldn't be caught without it!

    Posted by on Sep 26th 2021

  2. 5 Star Review Delicious Coffee

    I think I have found my new favorite Trung Nguyen coffee.

    Posted by on Sep 8th 2021

  3. 5 Star Review Delicious

    Robust, smooth, a little chocolate aftertaste. My second favorite after Sparrow, Creative 3.

    Posted by on Sep 1st 2021

  4. 2 Star Review TNBMT S Special Coffee

    Not that flavorful..It's ok..Other Vietnamese Coffee more Flavorful

    Posted by on Aug 4th 2021

  5. 5 Star Review Best Coffee Ever!

    I ordered the package for the Catalyst Foundation fundraiser several months ago, which came with a bag of this coffee. It is strong and full-flavored with hints of chocolate. I've never tasted a coffee as delicious and have since turned a friend as well as my mom and my sister into addicts ... I mean fans ... of the S Blend.

    Posted by on Jun 26th 2021

  6. 5 Star Review Good coffee

    My wife and I enjoy this coffee very much.

    Posted by on Apr 2nd 2021

  7. 5 Star Review WOW!

    This coffee is delicious! Rich and smooth with a nice touch of chocolate. I definitely recommend this.

    Posted by on Apr 2nd 2021

  8. 5 Star Review Perfect and delicious

    Great fast shipping. Honestly arrived faster than I had expected. Exactly what I was looking for in a Vietnamese coffee. Closest thing to what I had in Vietnam. Lovely chocolate flavor and deep darkness that makes it so delicious with condensed milk. Would definitely buy again.

    Posted by on Mar 31st 2021

  9. 5 Star Review Coffee review

    I’ve been buying this coffee for awhile - it’s delicious when you make it using a Vietnamese drip - best coffee!

    Posted by on Feb 26th 2021

  10. 5 Star Review Wonderful Coffee!

    After I was given some by someone who visited Vietnam, I wanted more. The U.S. distributor said it wasn't available in America. I'm so glad Len's Coffee had this exact blend; it's amazing!

    Posted by on Nov 12th 2020

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