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Paranà Espresso Italiano

97% Arabica, 3% Robusta. Gold medal at the International Coffee Tasting 2008

Paranà Espresso Italiano is a typical Roman. It is roasted long and dark. At the International Coffee Tasting 2008 competition, this coffee was awarded the best rating by the judges and the gold medal.

Almost 100% Arabica beans (the Robusta portion is about 3%) from the best growing areas of Brazil, including one of the best highland Arbabica of the Santos type from the Paranà province are used for the perfect blend. The coffee is traditionally roasted in small batches, slowly and for a long time. The coffee has a full body, is creamy and full-bodied. On the palate, chocolate tones come to the fore, fruit and flower resonate, and the acidity is practically imperceptible. Paranà Espresso Italiano: il sapore della tradizione..... says Paranà, and it's true: the espresso has the "traditional taste" but at the highest modern level. A worthy gold medal winner.

The family roastery was founded in Rome in 1960 by Ruggero Gianneli. The roastery is named after the important Brazilian coffee-growing region, Paranà.

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