Rich and full bodied, this is breakfast-diner coffee at its finest-- easy drinking, minimally complex, just light enough for a sweet edge of flavor, just dark enough to stand up to one of those little single-serving half & halfs (or two, or three).
Featuring coffees from Latin America and East Africa, the Bistro Blend is balanced and approachable. With cocoa and almond up front, a subtle backdrop of dried fruit provides enough intrigue to keep you coming back for more.
"Smooth but with a slight acidic after taste. I wanted to love this one but there are better medium roasts here at Bean Box. "
"Loved how chocolaty this one tasted. Excellent for an espresso!"
"The dried fruit notes would be a bit too tart for my taste as it envelopes my tongue, but that comes with the enrobed of chocolate that balances this coffee. Drank as espresso - roasted on 7/10/17 and enjoyed 9/18/17. "
"This was a decent cup of coffee but I found it wasn't anything special. I like a rich brew so if you want a lighter cup this would be a good one. "
"A wonderful medium-bodied blend. I loved the aroma when I opened the bag and while I brewed it in my french press. I thoroughly enjoyed this bag."
"As far as coffee goes this is very middle of the road. Nothing remarkable, but not bad either. Reminds me of a high end diner coffee."
"This has a bold yet bright flavor to it. My wife described it as a very chill roast. One of the best ones we have had in a box recently. "
"This is a Seattle favorite very bold and fruity but great in anway you prepare it! "
"Tastes a little acidic for my taste. And yes, it gets better with cream and sugar. Felt the need to brew something else after to finish my coffee craving. If you like the classic diner style, go for it! "
"A solid cup of coffee. Not the most interesting cup, but you won't be disappointed."
"If you like your coffee with sugar and cream then this one's for you. Very chocolatey taste. Not my favorite coffee ever, but not too bad."
"As described, this is very much a diner-style coffee. At home, I drink my coffee black, so it wasn't appealing to me as an everyday coffee, as it sat too dry on my palette; I wouldn't purchase on my own. However, as a diner-style coffee, the flavor livens up after adding a bit of sugar & cream."