We’re gobsmacked by the sweet red wine and strawberry preserve flavors in this syrupy, fruit-forward Colombian. It’ll be the cherry on top of your Sunday (or any day of the week).
Our newest direct trade Colombian comes from the Sandona area of Narino. This coffee tastes like few of the Colombians do today, with notes of cherries, fruit, and creamy orange blossom.
"This is definitely one of my favorites that I've tasted so far. I'm surprised because it's on the lighter side. It tastes more like a dark roast to me. Great coffee to drink everyday! "
"A nice mild cup of coffee, no distinctive flavor, not too much acidity, not too strong, "easy drinking". Brewed in chemex "
"An interesting light roast, the flavors go well with Spring. Brew a little stronger, and add cream to really get that smooth and sweet effect. "
"This was definitely fruity with hints of floral. I am not much of a floral fan but I can appreciate it every once in awhile. This coffee has plenty of character for a light roast that I think most people would enjoy on a spring morning. "
"Not sure the various fruity notes did it for me, more resulted in a purse of my lips than a satisfying sigh."
"Easy to drink with a fruity twist, we will definitely be ordering this one again. "
"I absolutely loved this roast. It is a light roast but full of flavor. Prepared as a French roast with a little bit of vanilla and cream."
"Although I enjoy sweet coffees this one was not my favorite. My guess it is the flower flavors that didn't mix well for me."