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“The Italian Word for Hell.”
This blend was inspired by the first part of Dante Alighieri’s classic epic and poetic masterpiece, “The Divine Comedy.”
In this chilling episode, Dante is rescued and then guided by the great Roman poet Virgil. Together they pass through circles of Hell and Dante wakes on the other side after passing out from the horror of what he saw. Coincidentally there is also an interesting Turkish proverb that has some dark connotations. “Coffee should be black as Hell, strong as death, and sweet as love…”
Experience the sheer power, body and richness of this indulgent blend as an espresso.
Also easily cuts through milk boldly. Enjoy!