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Illycafé Red Label Espresso

Racy and dark roasted. House blend of first-class beans matured under the sun of South America, East Africa, India and Indonesia.

Powerful dark roast with an intense, aromatic bouquet. Tailored to connoisseurs who favour pure espresso and ristretto culture.
Durability

1 year

CHF 5.75 / 52 g  
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Quantity
1 2 3
Price per cup
0.77 CHF
ARTICLE NUMBER
RLE-10
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