5 Items Coffee Lovers Can't Live Without

By That's, June 17, 2019

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Most of us like a coffee in the morning to keep us feeling energized. Whether you prefer your cuppa joe instant, hot or cold, thMart has you covered with a range of coffee products available right now at great prices for all your caffeine needs!

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1. Fat Poppy Hollywood Blend

RMB148

Fat Poppy Hollywood
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Fat Poppy’s award-winning ‘Hollywood’ blend has been described as a cup of chocolate-coated blueberries with an extra hint of honeycomb. Add milk for a sweet and creamy taste, or enjoy it brewed black. Order a 250-gram bag of beans for RMB148 on thMart.

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2. Fat Poppy Kenya Blend

RMB148

Fat Poppy Kenya Blend
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This coffee blend originates from the Makwa region in central Kenya and has notes of grapefruit, pineapple and lemongrass. Grab a 250-gram bag of whole beans for RMB148 on thMart.

3. Fat Poppy Colombia Blend

RMB148

Fat Poppy Colombia Blend
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Fat Poppy’s Colombia blend comes all the way from San Aldolfo in the Huila region. These naturally processed coffee beans have hints of watermelon, apricot and plum. Get your 250-gram bag for just RMB148 on thMart.

4. ONA Ethiopian ‘Wush Wush’ Washed Coffee Beans

RMB189

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ONA’s Ethiopian Wush Wush washed beans carry notes of white stonefruit and lemonade citris. This medium bodied, high scoring product from the Keffa region in southern Ethiopia is marked by its intense floral flavors, one of the reasons it’s one of the more famous growing grounds in Africa. Founded by Sasa Sestic, this world champion Australian barista believes that the might bean makes more than just a drink - but is part of a larger story of community, history, culture and climate, and why settle for anything less than that?

5. ONA Ethiopian Purple Natural Coffee Beans

RMB189

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ONA’s purple peaberry beans are laden with the qualities of fruits that share the same color. Black cherry, grape and elements of black tea can all be found amidst violet florals from Sidamo A. With a brewing giuide and temperature based instructions, making the perfect cup at home has never been easier.


About thMart

thMart is a new one-stop online shopping site that lets customers buy a range of products seamlessly, from anywhere, on the go, with shipping available across China. Compatible on both desktop and mobile, customers can login through WeChat, with their mobile number or by registering directly on the platform. For business opportunities, please email us at thmart@urbanatomy.com.

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