Old Beirut, where cultures blend. Once called the Paris of the Middle East, Old Beirut lives in the hearts of those enticed by its sophistication and stlye. This vibrant, resilient city was the birthplace of the first Maatouk roastery, opened in 1960. Maatouk 1960 Gourmet blends pays homage to this inimitable city, a tribute to its soulful mix of tradition and modernity.
Ingredients & Nutrition facts
Average Nutritional Values per 100g
Vitamin A 1800 microgram, Vitamin D 1000 microgram, Not a significant source of Dietary Fiber, Gluten, Carbohydrates, Sugar, Iron, Calcium
How to use
Preparation and usage
For each cup one fresh water (60ml) add one teaspoon of coffee. Stir the coffee well over low heat, bring to a boil. Lower heat and let settle.
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