This blend gets its namesake from the Dutch East India Co., which first began importing coffee to Europe on a grand scale. Containing both light and dark roasted beans, this selection brings the aroma and full bodied flavor of a dark roast, but features the complex, sweet undertones of a light roast. Discover why this blend made coffee what it is today!
- “Danish? This should be renamed "Norwegian Wood." I love the light-medium body and the slightly woody flavor. One of my favorite coffees!”
- “My wife and I rotate our coffee selections, but we always enjoy the brighter, less acid, and less earthy blends that still have depth and complexity. The Danish Blend is our new favorite, and it has all the wonderful attributes of many city roasts like Columbian Surpremo CR, or Papua New Guinea CR, but it is a mixture of lighter and darker roasts that picks up some light, almost floral fragrances, while still having deeply complex flavors. We each brew coffee slightly differently, and this blend is very forgiving in a standard Cuisinart drip coffee maker, as are the two other coffees mentioned. The Danish Blend maintains its flavor and aroma in a thermos a bit better than the other two, but that is just my take. My wife doesn't fish. This one is a keeper!”
- “The mix of roasts intrigued me, so I ordered one pound on my first order. My husband really likes it, so we have already re-ordered. The product description is dead-on regarding the flavor profile, and we particularly like the low acidity.”