Start your morning right with this scone in a cup. We're positively bright eyed and bushy tailed about the baked lemon and almond notes. Make it a part of your balanced breakfast!
This delightful well-balanced roast has jammy and fruity nose and notes. The most fruit forward of our coffees, we recommend trying it as a shot or a pour-over.
"I used this coffee to pull several shots. I had tried Middle Forks other $12 espresso recommended blend (full city espresso), I greatly prefer this over the full city. Both were enjoyable but this had some brighter nutty and citrus hints that I preferred. Highly recommend for espresso!!" (5 out of 5)
"I brewed this in a traditional drip maker and it made a smooth, balanced coffee for every day drinking with subtle citrus notes. " (4 out of 5)
"This has been my favorite coffee so far from Bean Box. Dark but lots of complex flavors." (5 out of 5)
"I really liked this, both black and with cream/sugar. Complex--like having a fine wine at breakfast. Yum!" (5 out of 5)
"Very nice Sidamo. The medium roast brought more body, but this variety tasted more green than that from Long Shoreman's Daughter. I would recommend LSDs if available. " (4 out of 5)
"This coffee blew my mind. It was delicious black brewed in a French press but it's true potential was unleashed in espresso form. The best Latte I have ever had!!" (5 out of 5)
"A very unique and subtle dark roast that makes a perfect morning or afternoon cup of coffee. Slightly nutty with hints of chocolate and citrus. Excellent." (5 out of 5)
"I used this bean in a french press brew and found it to be heavy on the citrus. It had a smoky body more than a chocolate body I found. Overall, not a bad cup of coffee, but dark roasts aren't my preference. My fiance enjoyed it as a fan of dark roasts." (2 out of 5)
"This dark roast is easy to drink and a good way to start the day. " (5 out of 5)
"For a dark roast, this coffee leans slightly more toward acidic than bitter. It has a strong, sweet, fruity aroma and flavor, with a hint of chocolate at the end. " (4 out of 5)