International Rank: #239 out of 835
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United States Rank: #163 out of 474
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New Jersey Rank: #4 out of 18
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Small World Roasters

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Small World Coffee opened its doors in the historic town center of Princeton, NJ in December 1993.

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Small World Roasters is a coffee roaster from NJ United States. We have 1 cataloged roasts with 1 total reviews with a score of 5.00.

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Top Reviews(1)

  • Sherbs Reviews

    40 roasts rated, avg score of 4.23

    5.00 - Average

    this coffee scared me originally. my cousin works at a small coffee shop in princeton and he knows a TON about coffee. but i am an avid black coffee drinker. i rarely if ever stray from that and when my cousin told me it was sweet i was even more nervous. but let me tell you i was more than pleasantly surprised about this. it is absolutely delicious. its smooth and tasty. it has just the right amount of sweetness and coffee to milk ratio. this coffee is called NOLA. and some of the flavoring is from the chickory root. honestly im almost out of this and i have no idea what to do. I need to have this everyday all the time. It is absolutely divine tasting and there is nothing I want more than this.

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    4 months ago · See more from Sherbs
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