It takes the daughter of a dockworker to roast coffee like this! With this dark, spicy, sea-worthy brew behind you, you may be inspired to set out after your very own white whale...
Originally called “Old Man Dark”. Created for a group of Scandinavian fish net makers, this blend has become a cafe bestseller amongst sailors and hipsters alike. Notes of cocoa, molasses, and turnbuckle.
"This coffee was a bit sweet for how I usually drink my coffee, so I was able to enjoy this black. "
"Wonderful coffee. I have enjoyed all of the samples from this particular company. Brewed with french press. "
"This one is not as rich and dark as I'd like because I'd call it more of a dark medium but I do like it a lot.. The hints of cocoa and molasses really come through in this coffee. Excellent for brunch. I serve this a lot during holidays. "
"Smooth with a bit of spice. Made in french press and drank black. "
"It is a little syrupy and spicy for me. Might do well for those who like it bolder. "
"This is a very smooth dark roast. I don't get very much spice but there is definitely cacao in the after taste. Caffe Verona from Sbux was always my go to, and while there are some similarities, this blend is much smoother and has a cleaner palette real. "
"Both my husband and I described this as a better version of Starbucks Caffe Verona. Dark with a subtle cocoa flavor and a little burnt-tasting. It wasn't our favorite, but still a good cup of coffee."
"A very tasty dark roast. I've taken much pleasure from the coffees I've tried from Longshoreman's."
"This is a fine, basic dark blend. I would have preferred that the beans have been roasted a little less, so more of the chocolate and molasses flavors came out."
"This is a great, very drinkable first-cup-of-the-morning coffee. The flavor profile isn't as complex or as interesting as some of the others, but it's smooth and clean. It also worked well iced!"
"Loved this brew. Very smooth. Amazing aroma and taste. Highly recommended."