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TASTING BOX

We have created this tasting box for your magical journey to the coffee world. Therefore, we invite you to taste different coffees from all over the world, discover unexpected aromas and flavours, and choose your favourite one.

 

Luxurious single origin blends Parallel and exceptional single origin coffees from a specific region of the world are waiting for you.

TASTING BOX №1

Parallel 12

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Berries
Fruits
Flowers

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Ethiopia Shakisso

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Blueberry
Blackberry
Jasmine

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Indonesia Sumatra

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Red wine
Brown sugar
Cinnamon

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DR Congo Kivu

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Marzipan
Dried dates
Dark chocolate

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TASTING BOX №2

Parallel 36

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Peanuts
Chocolate
Flowers

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Guatemala La Hermosa

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Apricot
Milk chocolate
Caramel

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Burtukaana

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Rhubarb
Blueberry
Vanilla

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El Salvador Santa Petrona

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Marzipan
Chocolate
Lemon peel

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TASTING BOX №3

Parallel 17

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Cocoa
Cloves
Dried fruits

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Nicaragua Maragogype

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Honey
Caramel
Spices

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Yirgacheffe

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Blueberry
Black currant
Vanilla

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Papua New
Guinea Sigri

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Gingerbread
Black tea
Honey

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Coffee beans are roasted using the special technology that you could prepare them using your favourite brewing method. We didn’t grind coffee beans because coffee as special as this just has to be freshly ground!

 

Whatever coffee brewing method you choose, start your magical journey of coffee flavours:

Tasting box

1.

Prepare coffee in your favourite way.

2.

Take a few moments of your precious time: try to smell the aroma of prepared coffee and slowly taste it.

3.

Name in a few words what this coffee reminds you of: it might be the smell of freshly picked strawberries, the taste of hot apple pie or sweet milk chocolate...

4.

Just for your curiosity, check out what we write about this coffee (see the booklet). Remember that aroma and taste are very subjective things, so each of us can have different experiences. And they are all right.