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Segafredo Buono Coffee Beans - 1kg

Home Shop Segafredo Buono Coffee Beans - 1kg
103.00 AED
Overview:

Passion and experience are the secrets of Segafredo Zanetti, the favourite coffee brand in cafés all over the world. Buono is a blend of the highest qualities of Arabica and Robusta coffees, ideal to obtain a creamy espresso and an intense taste into your coffee. The classic Italian roast of this blend provides it with the characteristic full-bodied and strong flavour.

Mix of South American coffee beans is a deliscious blend that in this blend Segafredo guarantees your taste satisfaction delivering you the authentic Italian coffee expierience from plant to cup. PACKAGING : 1000g

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Passion and experience are the secrets of Segafredo Zanetti, the favourite coffee brand in cafés all over the world. Buono is a blend of the highest qualities of Arabica and Robusta coffees, ideal to obtain a creamy espresso and an intense taste into your coffee. The classic Italian roast of this blend provides it with the characteristic full-bodied and strong flavour.

Mix of South American coffee beans is a deliscious blend that in this blend Segafredo guarantees your taste satisfaction delivering you the authentic Italian coffee expierience from plant to cup. PACKAGING : 1000g

Passion and experience are the secrets of Segafredo Zanetti, the favourite coffee brand in cafés all over the world. Buono is a blend of the highest qualities of Arabica and Robusta coffees, ideal to obtain a creamy espresso and an intense taste into your coffee. The classic Italian roast of this blend provides it with the characteristic full-bodied and strong flavour.

Mix of South American coffee beans is a deliscious blend that in this blend Segafredo guarantees your taste satisfaction delivering you the authentic Italian coffee expierience from plant to cup. PACKAGING : 1000g

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