Year after year, this Indonesian coffee is a favorite that customers eagerly anticipate making it back around November. While we saw this coffee a bit later into 2020 than previous years, it’s the same great tasting dark roast we have had year after year.
These beans are grown in the same groves as orange and other citrus plans which impart a certain amount of citrus flavor into the roast. This is a smooth dark roast with hints of orange and citrus flavors which does not taste burned or harsh. This year the coffee has a smooth and mildly creamy tone along with subtleearthy and smoky hints.
WHERE THIS COFFEE WORKS
This coffee shares a lot in common with a good Sumatran coffee but is not as rough around the edges. For a dark roast, it retains a lot of flavor and will go down easily without cream. Overall this is an easy drinking coffee no matter the time of day.
This roast works best in as drip or in a French press.