We taste bright, white grape juice, creamy cocoa, and a spicy finish of nutmeg in this intense, yet friendly, roast. This unusual Colombian is a horse of a different color: ride it all the way into the sunset!
An unique and limited coffee, processed with an extended “fermentation” that delivers delicious complexity. Lively stonefruit and rich flavors throughout.
"went in very skeptical. grape on the label was intimidating. left feeling pleased. was sad when the bag was empty. " (3 out of 5)
"There is a buttery nuttiness that comes through. There are tastes of birthday cake and fruit tart. Nutmeg smell. Moderate acidity. " (4 out of 5)
"Very mild and mellow. Fruity, bright and light, and unintimidating. Slightly citrusy." (4 out of 5)
"This coffee was on the mild side for me and I ended up spicing it with cinnamon and cardamom - but this was DELICIOUS. It made the chocolate and orange notes jump out and buried the fruity notes, which I can do without. Also gave it a French press view so it didn't end up watery." (4 out of 5)
"This had the oddest flavor. I wish I could describe it better but I finished it two weeks ago. But I do know I didn't like it. " (1 out of 5)
"I brewed this coffee using the Aero Press. I found it to be fruity with slight cocoa. I could not find the nutmeg in the three different times I brewed this. It is a good summer time coffee." (4 out of 5)
"Nice coffee but very fruity and light. Good for summer" (3 out of 5)
"I brewed this via Hario V60 and was amazed on how smooth it was. This was my go to coffee in the morning." (4 out of 5)
"Wow is this good. Made this as my morning brew (medium grind, drip). First sip is clean and bright, with a nice fruity tone. Nice sweetness throughout. This is definitely a tasty start to the day!" (4 out of 5)
"Love it! This is one of my favorites, the cocoa adds a nice bitter taste to the full body brew. Every sip is enjoyable. " (5 out of 5)