THAILAND HUAI NAM KHUN #882
A Rare, Exclusive Sip of Thailand
By Seven Coffee Roasters
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We’re excited to share our very first Thailand coffee with you! Toasty, delicious Thailand Huai Nam Khun is a special, exclusive lot from Seattle’s Seven Coffee Roasters. This medium roast has mellow, low acidity, with a subtle sweetness and a spicy fragrance. The first sip is round and juicy, with a hint of starfruit and orange zest, before diving into a nutty, clean finish of toasted almonds, garam masala spice, and ceylon tea. Smooth, spicy, and oh-so-easy to drink, this Thai cup is a rare glimpse into one of the world’s fastest-growing specialty coffee producers.
Despite its growing success in Asia and Europe, many of Thailand’s rural-grown coffees are challenging to export all the way to the U.S.—we’re lucky to have the opportunity to sample such a rare and unique cup! This medium roast is mild and pleasant, with just the right balance of citrus fruit, toasty spice, and delicate black tea. Reserve a bag of Seven’s exclusive Thailand Huai Nam Khun, and enjoy the rare experience of tasting a new and beautiful part of the coffee growing world.
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