Pack your bags: this one takes you on a real trip! Bright, tart cranberry and tangerine notes ease into a smooth caramel, with a spicy, savory finish. We love the dynamic, layered flavors.
Los Naranjos, a group of 52 farmers, produces some of the highest quality coffee we’ve seen from Huila. This complex and balanced coffee showcases notes of citrus, grape, and caramel.
"Really enjoyed this one, nice caramel finish, great balance. Citrus and grape/ plum flavors upfront, nice linger/finish." (4 out of 5)
"I love all things caramel! This is another great blend from Slate Coffee Roasters. I love the light citrus notes in this blend. " (4 out of 5)
"Really thought this was an Indonesian. Had nearly no fruit flavors and tasted stale. Flavor profile couldn't be more wrong with what I brewed. Chemex brewed." (1 out of 5)
"A bizarre type of fruity. Too acid due to the citrus. Not bad but definitely not for me." (3 out of 5)
"Not my favorite! Definitely getting the grape flavors (or morely, overripe fruit as someone else said). Tastes very fruity and almost fermented fruity. Slight caramel taste. Not appealing to my taste buds!" (2 out of 5)
"I was pleasantly surprised when I enjoyed my first cup this morning! I'm typically not a fan of anything with citrus, but this combo was smooth, flavorful and unique! I can't wait to enjoy a second cup tomorrow, freshly brewed of course.. :)" (5 out of 5)
"Brewed in French press. Light roast somewhat woody tasting with notes of overripe fruit. Not our favorite coffee, but we prefer darker roasts. Very interesting with complex flavor. Could be better with cream, but prefer my coffee black." (3 out of 5)
"Likely one of the most complex coffees I've tried--so here's my inexperienced take: it had a lot of taste notes, but didn't stand out to me overall. I did taste grape; it was all-around citrus-y/fruity, earthy flavors coming out as it cooled, caramel undertones. Hits you at first then smooths out." (4 out of 5)
"Made with Chemex on my first cup. Rich full and sweet. Nice citrus and caramel notes. " (4 out of 5)