Vietnamese Dalat Peaberry Robusta
Back in stock! Vietnamese Peaberry Robusta is the secret ingredient in Italian espresso. Its lush body, chocolatey taste, and excellent aftertaste are a product of the rich soil in Vietnam, and the fact that they are able to sun-dry the coffee cherries, which develops Robusta's natural sweetness. This highland Robusta is washed, extremely high-quality and hand graded, and has a little sharper, bolder profile than the non-peaberry Robusta from the same region.
Why Robusta? Coffee drinkers are evenly divided between "front palate" people and "back palate" people. We find that people who respond well to Vietnamese coffees in general tend to be "back palate" people, and Robusta excites primarily the back of the palate. In particular, Vietnamese high-altitude Robusta has developed indigenously to be almost its own subspecies, and the gourmet Robusta from this region is exceptionally delicious, quite unlike the low-altitude versions and Brazilian Robusta.
8 oz bag Medium Roast coffee, please choose drip grind or whole bean. High in caffeine.
When I lived in the Bay Area there was a coffee store near Berkeley called Peabodys. It was great and so was this coffee.
Posted by Mark on Feb 7th 2024
Love the flavor and how the crema looks when I pull a shot
Posted by Unknown on May 28th 2022
Perfect for Vietnamese Coffee
I love this bean for making Vietnamese Coffee using an espresso machine.
30g Condensed Milk
60g Whole Milk
1 Cup Full of Ice
Give it a try! You won't regret it.
Posted by Kenneth N. on Dec 4th 2021
Super good robusta!
This robusta is one of the best I had in the US! I strongly recommend it for any robusta lovers out there!
Posted by Roni Winik on Nov 25th 2020
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