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The History of Maromas Coffee

by Jahasia Cooper Updated: March 10, 2020 2 min read

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Maromas Coffee Extraction into a branded cup

Like many homegrown coffee brands, Maromas had humble beginnings from the family-owned company BiBiCo Coffee Roasters in Salerno, Italy. The Bianco and Bihler families were dedicated to coffee roasting since 1932 and continually developed as a privately owned and operated company. Members of the Bianco and Bihler families had an idea and a passion for gourmet coffee and in 2005 began their journey as Maromas Premium Coffee.

“A cup of coffee has started, improved or even saved uncountable human relationships. For this reason, we always continue to further develop this beautiful culture!” — Markus J. M. Bihler, Chairman Maromas Group

What started out as a dream has now become a career for the Maromas founders. The brand is based in Dubai, U.A.E. and also manages five offices and exports to over 30 countries around the world. Maromas coffee originates from 18 different countries where their coffee experts supervise the hand-picked green coffee beans ensuring it’s nothing less than the best quality.

The beans are then shipped to a roastery in Salerno, Italy where the coffee is roasted, blended and processed. In addition to the brand sourcing their own coffee beans, they are also a distributor and supplier in the U.A.E. for European coffee machines and accessories which are compatible at home, in the office and in restaurants.

Best Whole Bean Coffee from Maromas

Close up on Maromas Coffee Beans on wooden table

One of Maromas’ most popular coffees is the Orphea blend, which also happens to be Marc’s personal favorite. Coffee and espresso lovers are getting the gourmet delicacy of their fresh and hand-picked coffee beans in each package. Maromas guaranteed gourmet and both options prove that they stuck to their word.

Maromas Whole Bean Espresso Sampler

Maromas Whole Bean Espresso Sampler

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Experience the gourmet quality of Maromas espresso with our whole bean sampler. This three bag package includes 2.2lbs each of Maromas' Orphea, Arabea, and Platinea whole bean espressos. Maromas co...

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The flavor notes in the sampler pack range from fruits and nuts with a smooth aftertaste for the Platinea blend, to a rich and refined chocolate taste with the balanced Arabica and Robusta Orphea blend. If you prefer the best of both worlds, you can enjoy a medium acidity espresso with notes of chocolate and strawberries with Maromas Gold!

There is no doubt that these sampler packs are all unique in their own way, yet still manage to surprise us with distinct bursts of flavor. The Orphea blend is known for not needing to add any extra sugar or sweetness because that’s just how good it is.

Marc's Favorite!
Maromas Orphea Whole Bean Espresso

Maromas Orphea Whole Bean Espresso

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It is usually ORPHEA that seduces people to start drinking their espresso without sugar. The only thing you will really miss is the long lasting phase that the sugar normally takes to sink into the...

Whatever your preference, you can take your tastebuds on a trip around the world with Maromas’ gourmet coffee blends—each coffee represents the vision and identity of Maromas as an internationally-loved premium coffee company.

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Fans of the Maromas Whole Bean Espresso Sampler Pack find that these coffees pair well with machines ranging from the high-end prosumers to consumer-friendly super-automatics, so you’ll be sure to have a smooth, delicious espresso and will have plenty of time to try out each 2.2lb bag of Maromas Whole Bean Espresso.

Jahasia Cooper
Jahasia Cooper

Jahasia is the newest Copywriter at Whole Latte Love. She has previous experience working as a Barista and on the management team at a coffee shop and is happy to share everything she knows and loves about the world of coffee and espresso. While she's not writing awesome content for Whole Latte Love, you can find her sipping on her daily cup of joe and daydreaming about becoming an empowered female Gazorpian.