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Marinat Kirinyaga Honey Select And Grind Arabica Coffee Beans 250g
Marinat Kirinyaga Honey Select And Grind Arabica Coffee Beans 250g
Marinat Kirinyaga Honey Select And Grind Arabica Coffee Beans 250g
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Marinat Kirinyaga Honey Select And Grind Arabica Coffee Beans 250g

Pack size : 250g

KES 670.00(Inc. VAT)

Only 6 left!
Sold & Delivered by Carrefour
Origin -
Kenya
highlights
This is produced using a unique process that creates a rich, flavorful taste and enticing aroma. Enjoy a cup of this freeze-dried, instant coffee with breakfast to start your day, or have some in the afternoon for a pick-me-up to keep you going. This product is an ideal choice when you want the experience of freshly brewed coffee within minutes.
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Kirinyaga Honey Coffee Ground is made from high-quality coffee beans. This is produced using a unique process that creates a rich, flavorful taste and enticing aroma. Enjoy a cup of this freeze-dried, instant coffee with breakfast to start your day, or have some in the afternoon for a pick-me-up to keep you going. This product is an ideal choice when you want the experience of freshly brewed coffee within minutes.

Nutrition facts

Per100PortionType
Average Nutritional Value As Per 100g
Per100Energyinkcal
2.4kcal
Per100EnergyinkJ
10.041kJ
Per100Protein
0.3g
Per100Carbohydrates
0g
Per100Sugar
0g
Per100Fat
0.01g
Per100Fibre
0g
Per100Sodium
4.7g
Sub Type
Coffee Beans
Form
Solid
Category
Food
Flavour
Honey

*Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calaries needs

INFORMATION

Ingredients

100% Arabica Ground Coffee.

Storage Condition

Store in a cool and dry place.

Preparation and usage

Ready to use.

Brand Message

Kirinyaga is located on the slopes of Mount Kenya and together with the neighbouring region Nyeri, it’s known for coffees with some of the most intense and complex flavors in the world. The region is made up of mainly smallholder farms, each with 100 trees. The farmers are organized in Cooperative Societies that act as umbrella organizations for factories (wet mills), where the smallholders deliver their coffee cherries for processing.