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Starbucks® Puerto Rico

Starbucks® Puerto Rico

Item# 011018249
$14.95
Quantity:
8.8 oz/250 g
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Product Info

A medium-roast coffee with a delicate nutty flavor and clean finish.

Tasting Notes Balanced & Nutty

Enjoy this with: Traditional flan and an afternoon for daydreaming.

Roast Medium
Region latin-america

Product Details

Starbucks® Puerto Rico

We’ve featured this coffee from Puerto Rico ever since our first store opened in 2002, and we couldn’t be prouder. Well-balanced with soft acidity and a delicate, nutty flavor, this medium roast coffee is to be savored and celebrated, much like the “island of enchantment” itself. Brought to the isle by Spanish explorers in 1736, these legendary coffee beans directly descend from trees in the groves of King Louis XIV of France. Available only in its origin country and exclusively in the US online at StarbucksStore.com.

How to Brew

Recipe for great coffee

  1. Use cold, filtered water and a clean machine.
  2. Grind beans just before brewing:
    • Course for coffee press
    • Medium for automatic drip
  3. Measure 2 tbsp (10 g) ground coffee for every 6 fl oz (180 ml) water.

To help preserve that fresh flavor, keep this bag sealed tight in a cabinet (not in the refrigerator) and brew within a week of opening.

The Starbucks Roast

Each coffee requires slightly different amounts of time and temperature during the roasting process to create a cup at its peak of aroma, acidity, body and flavor. We classify our coffees in three roast profiles so you can easily find your desired flavor and intensity.

  • Blonde: Blonde-roasted coffees have a shorter roast time, lighter body and mellow flavors.
  • Medium: Medium-roasted coffees are balanced with smooth and rich flavors.
  • Dark: Dark-roasted coffees feature a fuller body and robust, bold flavors.

Did You Know?

This coffee from Puerto Rico is legendary – and of royal heritage. The trees that produce these beans are direct descendants of trees that flourished in the groves of King Louis XIV of France and were brought to this wonderful island by Spanish explorers in 1736.