Terra Sana Organic Espresso Blend by local Seattle roaster Caffe Umbria re-creates the classic Italian espresso blended for generations by the Bizzarri family. The family's roasting roots go back to the 1940's where the Bizzarri family had their first roastery in Perugia, Italy.
Created from 100% organically certified beans. Terra Sana Organic Espresso has a chocolaty aroma and soft, earthy undertones. This blend is suitable for espresso and drip coffee. 100% Arabica medium roast.
- 12 ounces Premium Whole Bean Coffee
- Espresso/Drip Coffee Blend
- Roasted in Seattle
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Caffe Umbria Terra Sana Organic Espresso Blend has a chocolaty aroma with soft earthy undertones.
|Roast Level Shades||Shade: Medium Brown | Names: Medium, American|
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Good ... but not as good as VeltonsReview by Home Barista Wantabe
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I ordered this coffee because of a promotion and I thought, over all, this coffee was good. It is certainly better than most of the coffee that I have tasted, but I would have to say I like Velton's coffee better. This coffee is rich and flavorful, but it lacks the interesting flavors that Velton's has to offer. If you don't like a coffee with hints of chocolate and citrus, then you will probably like this coffee. As for me, I like a coffee that has a slightly sweet taste.
(Posted on 3/16/12)
This Espresso is a MEDIUM roastReview by dreamjosie
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When I ordered this coffee, I did not realize it was a medium roast. I like my espresso dark roasted. But it was free via a promo from these fine folks at Seattle Coffee Gear so it's hard to complain too loudly. I just mix it half and half with some dark roasted decaf (I need to watch my intake of caffeine) and it's delicious.
By the way, the service from Seattle Coffee Gear was awesome. The coffee arrived only a few days after ordering. Thanks Seattle Coffee Gear!
Too light for my tastes
(Posted on 2/9/12)