When we first smelled this cup, we wondered if someone had spiked our drink. With all the (Southern?) comfort of a spicy brown liquor, this buttery-smooth coffee whisked us away. Soft, mellow plum and fig notes provide a light buoyancy to the rich flavors. A wonderfully unique experience for a coffee lover, a whiskey lover, or an armchair traveler. For the truly adventurous, add a shot of real whiskey and a dollop of whipped cream for a fantastic after-dinner cocktail.
Myanmar has been producing specialty coffee for only a couple of years now but once you taste the Oat Twin you’ll see why they are quickly becoming one of the most sought after origins for high quality coffee. The coffee we purchase comes from farms held by the minority group Danu. By purchasing their coffee, we support communities in Myanmar which have long endured poor treatment by the government
"fig taste was slightly overpowering. Good coffee but nothing special. Would try others before returning to this one"
"I was underwhelmed with this bag - one of the few that I've felt this way about. Nothing wrong with it persay just not my cup of coffee."
"We really liked this one, ordered a large bag of it and it was our daily drinker for awhile. "
"The description isn't kidding when it says that it tastes like southern comfort. A little spicy ness. Some acidity. A unique coffee indeed. v60 brewed"
"This coffee was really great. I loved how smooth and almost buttery it tasted."
"By far the best coffee I have had to date! Really mad I just got around to this bag from my sample box to see its now only sold out! I'm hoping there will be more of it in the future. IT IS DELICIOUS! "
"A definitive whiskey/winey body and a pleasant sweetness on the tongue. Mellows and becomes light and tea like when it cools, with more pronounced fig sweetness. Vague pomegranate sweetness as well. It's a great cup!"
"Absolutely loved this coffee. You can really taste the buttery whiskey notes. Will buy again."