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  1. Backroads Coffee Colombian Supremo Decaf

    Backroads Coffee Colombian Supremo Decaf

    Enjoy this Colombian Supremo Decaf coffee from Colombia. Coffee beans grown in South America are known for their light body and bright acidity for a clean finish.
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    $14.30
  2. Backroads Organic Colombian Supremo

    Backroads Organic Colombian Supremo

    Enjoy this Colombian Supremo coffee from Colombia. Coffee beans grown in South America are known for their light body and bright acidity for a clean finish.
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    $14.50
  3. Backroads Coffee Organic Guatemala Antigua

    Backroads Coffee Organic Guatemala Antigua

    Enjoy this Guatemala coffee from Guatemala. Coffee beans grown in Central America are known for their light-bodied and bright taste.
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    $14.50
  4. Backroads Coffee Organic House Blend

    Backroads Coffee Organic House Blend

    Only the finest Organic Arabica coffee beans are used in this Organic House coffee from Backroads Coffee. Available in a 1 lb. or 5 lb. bag
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    $14.50
  5. Backroads Colombian Supremo Jardin

    Backroads Colombian Supremo Jardin

    Enjoy this Colombian Supremo coffee from Colombia. Coffee beans grown in South America are known for their light body and bright acidity for a clean finish.
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    $13.30
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Colombia coffee is one of the most popular coffee types from one of the world’s top coffee bean producer. Colombia produces about 12% of the coffee in the world, second only to Brazil. The Colombian coffee bean are known for a rich flavor, heavy bodied, bright acidity, and is intensely aromatic.  There are various regions in Colombia known for producing a distinctive type of coffee bean. The first region of Medillín, Armenia, and Manizales in the central region of the country. Colombian coffees from this region are known for their heavy body, rich flavor, and fine acidity. The other top producing region is Bogotá and Bucaramanga in Colombian's eastern mountains.  Coffee from Bogotá area is less acidic than Medillín, but retains the richness and brightness.  Bucaramanga is milder, often heavier bodied, and rich in flavor reminiscent of Sumatran coffees