Turn a flamethrower on a bowl of oranges and you’ll get the idea! Bold and spicy with an orange juice finish, this iced coffee is cool and comforting: a warm spark in the heart of an arctic crystal.
An exceptional combination of fruity beans from Tanzania and Nicaragua, with just a touch of bold richness from Guatemala. Medium-bodied and complex, with notes of orange peel and a clean finish. Perfect for great iced coffee.
"It was okay, but it was brighter than I generally prefer for a dark roast" (3 out of 5)
"I wanted to love it... I don't smell or taste orange or spice. It has a very strong flavor that isn't unpleasant with milk, maybe I need to try it iced..." (3 out of 5)
"Had a distinctly dark, almost burnt or toasted flavor. We enjoyed it hot, but I wish we had tried it iced like it was recommended to do." (4 out of 5)
"Made this in a French press and drank it hot with a splash of sweet cream. Delicious coffee full of flavors. Saved some beans to grind up for my keurig at work and it still tasted wonderful! " (5 out of 5)
"I brewed it hot (pour-over) and enjoyed the complexity of the cup. The citrusy finish is fresh and clean, but the overall flavor was a bit heavy for me. " (4 out of 5)
"Drank hot (as opposed to recommended iced). It was pretty smooth without strong flavor. It didn't taste burned like other dark roasts I've had." (3 out of 5)
"Loved the orange finish. It was like drinking a mimosa with coffee in the morning. If you are a brunch person this coffee is for you. Wish I would have cold brewed this cause that sounds amazing. " (4 out of 5)
"I really like this blend, and normally don't enjoy darker roasts. But this has a nice dark flavor and doesn't taste burned. The spice to it is nice. I know it's intended to be iced, but I've been enjoying it hot!" (5 out of 5)
"Great coffee. Very smooth dark roast with mellow finish. Slight citrus notes, not overly carmelized like many dark coffees. We brewed this coffee hot with a French press. We would order this coffee again." (5 out of 5)