A rainbow of fruit-forward and nutty notes abound in this coffee, with a distinct final note of fresh, sweet orange juice. Here comes the sun!
From the verdant Guatemalan highlands, this Antigua offers tastes of marzipan, raspberry, and orange juice along with a syrupy body and mild acidity.
"The smell was grassy and herbal. THe acidity is mild, citrusy. This coffee reminded me of doughy baked goods and cake batter. Great for sipping on its own!" (4 out of 5)
"I couldn't put my finger on any one flavor that stood out and I found this brew to be bitter and not suited for my particular tastes. I brewed both hot and cold using the V60 Fretta. Not one of my favorites. " (3 out of 5)
"When I smelled this coffee I thought I was going to be disappointed, but the taste really delivered! It almost tasted savory to me, with nuances and flavor notes that made it fun to drink (and also tasty!)" (4 out of 5)
"I did enjoy this coffee prepared in a Kalita wave single serve pour over. I do prefer light roasts so my opinion is different from most other reviewers. Nice cup that is enjoyable but I would not purchase a bag. Fine in the light roast sample pack. " (3 out of 5)
"I found this difficult to finish. And for a coffee lover, that's hard to do. I found it bitter, and sour. Not a fan. I brewed it using my Aeropress and had it with milk and sugar. Maybe it's meant to be served another way? " (1 out of 5)
"This is a very light coffee. It would be great for someone who only Occasionally likes to drink. Quite mild acidity. Nice for the afternoon! " (4 out of 5)
"It has a mild, light and airy taste that leaves me underwhelmed. " (3 out of 5)