Take a walk within Dark Cedars, a playful, darker spin on a seasonal single origin. Toasted to the perfect shade of umber, these flavorful beans showcase notes of juicy purple fruit-- black currant, blackberry syrup-- within a bold, full body of molasses and bittersweet cocoa. It's a luscious twist on a traditional dark blend: complex, colorful, enchanting. Why are fairy tales set within dark forests? Because that's where the true magic lies...
Dark Cedars is currently a single-origin, dark roasted coffee from Guatemala. We love this coffee for its bold flavor and rich mouthfeel. We taste cacao, molasses, and black currant.
"True to tasting notes. Enjoyed this coffee which I prepared with a french press."
"I personally found this to be not a particularly dark roast and fairly bland in taste. I realize that goes against what most have said but it really didn't impress me so it is off the 'buy again' list."
"I liked the flavor. It was very bold but not too much that you couldn't enjoy it. I would buy this again."
"Rich with cacao flavors. Made in french press and drank black, would be good with cream. "
"I really liked this coffee. It's odd for me to like a South American bean. I usually find that they lack the depth and richness that I like. This one definitely changed my mind. Delish!"
"This coffee was dark and rich. The fresh roast comes through as there is absolutely no bitterness to this. We enjoyed it via french press - very good!"
"I usually drink coffee black, but I also tried this one with half and half. It's delicious both ways but the cream really brings out the cacao flavors. "
"I thought this was great! The coffee was a little weaker than I expected, so I brewed in less water. But, the sweetness is perfectly subtle. "
"Per my husband: Has a rich, nutty flavor that smells amazing while its brewing and is delicious to the palate. "
"Nicely clean mouthfeel while still filled with flavor. An excellent cup of coffee."