Brown Rice Coffee (Japanese Roast Style)

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Café de Kampoh

Brown Rice Coffee

Deeply ‘black’ roasting brown rice to produce Brown Rice Coffee. A healthy, caffeine-free beverage, gentle on the body.

Serving Suggestions

Enjoy a simple drip coffee, have it with or without milk or soy milk, or anyway you like.

Materials and Processing

Cafe de Kampoh, with a long history based in ‘wakanshou’, or Japanese-Chinese medicinal herbs, has developed a unique black roasting method.




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