With its bouquet of fruit, nut, and spice flavors, this mug is like drinking a fresh baked berry pie everyone will love. If you want any left over for yourself, you may have to brew extra...
This coffee is one of the lucky breaks every coffee buyer dreams about. Sweet, with notes of peach, almond, raspberry, pineapple, and a baking spice finish.
"I liked the woodsy but floral smell. It has low viscosity and mild acidity. It was bright. It was sweet as it cooled down with more fruitiness. It's a mild, pleasant coffee." (3 out of 5)
"This was a good blend that brewed well with both the chemex and the french press. " (4 out of 5)
"Personally, I love this coffee. I love coffee that has fruity notes, and I think this coffee is subtle, yet strong (if that makes sense). Seattle Coffee Works usually have great products, so I'll be buying this soon probably." (4 out of 5)
"This is a great cup of coffee. Brewed using the french press method this coffee makes a light cup with a big flavor. It has a smooth finish and low acidity." (4 out of 5)
"It thankfully tasted better than it smelled. Very tea-like, I didn't taste berry notes but I did discern some peach. I've never had a Panama so I'm glad I could try one." (3 out of 5)
"Nice cup made with Chemex. Nice fruity and nutty notes. " (4 out of 5)
"A Great choice for the light roast stockpile on your shelf. Full of flavor!" (4 out of 5)
"Light, nice berry flavor that is not too strong, mild nuttiness to balance (I don't think my palate is quite enough to discern the "baking spice"). " (4 out of 5)
"Very smooth and delicious coffee (brewed on French Press), with a light-to-medium body. The aroma after grinding is also addictive. Can't wait to have another cup tomorrow morning. " (5 out of 5)
"Very light and somewhat sweet, with a tea-like mouthfeel. Nice aroma, with lots of berry on the front end and a pleasant nuttiness throughout (just a hint of stone fruit on the finish). The dark roast fan in my household did not care for it ("Not bold enough,") but I found it tasty and refreshing." (4 out of 5)