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Julius Meinl am Graben - Meinl's Decaffeinated Coffee


whole beans

For this quality Julius Meinl Espresso blend, we purchase our coffee beans from select growers in Brazil, Honduras, Peru, and India. Their Arabica beans are low in acidity, and known for their smooth finish. Medium-light roast and delicate taste, this blend produces a rich and solid crema and is famous for its wonderful aroma and taste sensation.

This blend is optimized for Espresso machines and is decaffeinated to Austria's strict caffeine limit of 0,08%.

Roast: medium-light.
Crema: light and persistent.
Aroma: soft, fruity, pleasant aroma
Flavor: full body and low acidity.

product name: Roasted decaffeinated coffee beans.
net weight: 250 g
storage: Store protected from heat in a dry place.
contact: Julius Meinl am Graben GmbH, Graben 19, 1010 Vienna, Austria.

*We kindly ask for your understanding that the product design may differ from the illustration.
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Art. Nr.: 108042#0,250
250 gramme packet
(1 KG 42 €)
10.50
incl. VAT, plus shipping costs
In the course of the new EU VAT reform, we can only offer shipping within Austria in our online store until further notice. Of course, we also try to fulfill delivery requests to other countries to your satisfaction. 

In this case please contact our information with your individual request:
E-Mail information@meinlamgraben.at
Phone: +43 1 532 33 34 2000

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