A coffee with the soul of a beer. No need to wait for happy hour to enjoy a thick, hoppy drink with a nice kick of spicy sweetness. Besides, who says your happiest hour can’t be at sun-up?
Certified organic. Full-bodied and complex with aromas of blackberry, baking spice, and fresh hops. Earthy flavors of maple and black currant resonate in a syrupy finish.
"Delicious!! Would definitely buy on my own! Could be a breakfast regular." (5 out of 5)
"Good and complex. Sweet with light berry tartness. Drank as espresso. " (4 out of 5)
"Brewed as the first cold brew of the season. Cold brewing really intensified the flavours and notes. Good choice for cold-brew." (3 out of 5)
"I brew beer, and I could definitely taste the hops. My wife thought it was an interesting coffee, but not a favorite. " (3 out of 5)
"This was not something that I enjoyed in s coffee. " (1 out of 5)
"Too woodsy for me- but I'm not a fan of Sumatra - at least not yet" (2 out of 5)
"The spice flavor notes were very nice. Solid coffee, but nothing special. I used a pour-over with medium-fine grinder and 3.5 cups of water." (3 out of 5)
"Moderate astringency with a sweet, full mouth feel and slightly earthy taste. Didn't really detect the notes of hops and spice, but this is a good Sumatra without the overly woody flavor they sometimes get. (V60 and French Press)." (4 out of 5)
"This is one of the more unique coffees I have ever tasted. You can definitely taste hops which makes it kind of odd to be drinking at 5 AM. That being said for an afternoon pick me up this is a good fit." (4 out of 5)
"This coffee definitely has an earthy taste. The hoppy/earthy taste is what initially hits you followed by slight acidity afterward. Overall, pleasant cup. (Brewed with Chemex)" (4 out of 5)
"Normally I don't care for earthy flavors, but this roast has a nice combination with fruit and is full bodied which really make the beans sing. Chemex brewed." (4 out of 5)