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COMPASS MAGAZINE > June 2016

 

J&M's Coffee

J&M's Coffee

J&M's Coffee

J&M's Coffee

Translated by Anna Yang

(04) 2439-1561
www.jnmscoffee.com

J&M's Coffee brings top-quality coffee from as far away as Ethiopia and Panama right to your cup. This new start-up business imports Grade 1 coffee beans, locally roasts and cools them, and directly sells them to customers. Co-owner Mark Grauer sells three different kinds of beans. Lavish Limu is Fair Trade organic coffee that tastes smooth, rich, a little fruity, and has no bitterness. The Panamanian Rich Red is fruity with a hint of lemon and no bitterness. Both cost NT$999 for a kilogram. The Colombian Geisha, a true gourmet coffee, tastes rich, fruity, a little sour, and is not bitter. A 500-gram bag is NT$2,999 and two 500g bags are NT$4,999. Grauer can also be found selling brewed hot and iced coffees--in addition to his wife and co-owner's cinnamon rolls--at Dakeng Scenic Area's Box Hill New Holiday Market on weekends. --By Beth Dietrich

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