ORGANIC INSTANT COFFEE, medium roast
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Botanical Name: Coffea arabica
Origin: Papua New Guinea Processed: Germany
Production: This single origin, shade grown, freeze dried instant coffee originates from the mineral-rich soils of the volcanic highlands of Papua New Guinea. Careful attention to sustainability practices, optimal ripeness at harvest, natural fermentation, and a slow roasting process, help develop the complex aroma and delicate flavor of this product.
Quality: This coffee is produced with excellence and wellbeing in mind from bean to cup. It was the first organic instant coffee on the market, is always fairly traded, and has lower acidity due to the slow roasting process.
Common use: The convenience of instant coffee is great for those who are traveling, camping, or on the go, it is great for baking and beverage blends. A 100g (3.53oz) bag yields about 60 cups of coffee.
Storage: Store beans in an airtight container away from moisture, direct light, and heat. Do not freeze or refrigerate.
Disclaimer: this information is for educational purposes only and has not been evaluated by the FDA or CFIA. It is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. This product has been packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, soy, and other potential allergens.
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I used to work for one of the biggest and high end cafes in Vancouver. Since traveling to Australia where coffee culture is WAY better than Canada and seeing how ubiquitous instant coffee is over there… I was sold. I have a baby and a toddler and I want caffeine INSTANTLY. I make this with steamed milk and it’s delicious and takes like 3 seconds. Have served it to my friends who drink black coffee too and they always comment on how good it is before I tell them it’s instant. Im sold!
Organic Instant Coffee
I am enjoying this coffee very much. I drink it black so I cannot say how it would be with fancy creamers and sweeteners. Normally I just add boiling water to one kitchen teaspoon of coffee. Give it a try!