Coffee in Germany has a true royal start. It was first introduced to German travelers in the 1500's in Aleppo Syria. Rumors indicate that they did not take to it stating that it is to hot to enjoy such a hot drink. It wasn't until the early 1700's that King Frederick granted approval for an Englishman to open the first German cafe in Hamburg. Since that first offering, coffee has consistently outsold beer and wine and is more consumed than water. The traditional German Kaffee has not changed in 300 years, it consists of a precise blend of Central and North African Arabica beans roasted to a specific darker level. This blend offers a deep tea like earthy note with a sweet nuttiness in the background. However you prepare your morning brew, this will certainly give you a great start to your day.
Roast Level: Full City Roast Plus 10
Caffeine Level: Medium/High
Acidity Level: Medium
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