Graham crackers: not just for kids anymore! The toasty cinnamon notes in this cup compliment its mellow citrus tones and light, easy body. It’s a little sip of paradise... El Paraiso, that is.
This outstanding lot from third generation coffee farmer Ader Recinos was grown at 1850 meters in El Paraiso, Huehuetenango. Notes of citrus, kiwi, florals, and cinnamon graham cracker.
"Rich and delicious. I love the graham and cinnamon flavors. I added a dash of cinnamon, too! A favorite for sure! " (5 out of 5)
"The notes of graham crackers are very pronounced as I enjoyed this brew. The floral and delicate flavors are more noticeable as it cools down. I used a Chemex to brew these beans. " (5 out of 5)
"I love the taste of cinnamon graham crackers, but there is a bit of a floral/fruity note that tastes a little sour to me, but that's just not really my thing personally. " (4 out of 5)
"I love Bluebeard coffee! This coffee went fast in our house and we really enjoyed the graham cracker-y flavor. Brewed this roast in a stainless steal french press, added a little cinnamon and half and half and voilà - delicious! " (5 out of 5)
"I am enjoying this new coffee, which I grind and brew daily with my Ninja Single Serve. It is smooth with cinnamon and floral notes and makes a great dark roast without any bitter or acidic aftertaste. I find it to make a great every day breakfast coffee and pairs well pastries or toast." (5 out of 5)
"Love this coffee! I've had it the last 2 days and it is such an enjoyable cup! I can taste a hint of cinnamon in it and it is just so smooth and full of flavor. Will definitely keep this one on hand. " (5 out of 5)