This blend fuses beans from all over the world and is roasted slightly lighter than the average espresso. At a French roast, it has a smooth, well-rounded body and gentle notes of cinnamon, toasted nut, and cocoa. The velvety blend produces a luscious, even crema when brewed as espresso and a bold cup of drip coffee.
- “I've been making espresso at home for about a year and a half now. I have found very few beans that taste great while also being affordable. I typically use most offerings from Costco (Mayorga, Kirkland Columbian Supremo, Peet's Coffee, Mt. Comfort Coffee, etc.). These beans have a crema I've never experienced from any bean. There's just so much! The aroma is fantastic. It took me a while to get used to the boldness as I'm more of a medium roast coffee drinker. Once I got used to this bean, it was a pleasure to make every day. I am not trying the Italian Roast Espresso and enjoying that as well.”
- “tried this for the 1st time this morning, I have been drinking espresso very morning for years. I made a latte with it ,I like a espresso that comes thru the milk and this is 1 of the best i ever had. I will buy this again and again and I highly recommend you try it to . My new Favorite. ”
- “I'm always on a mission to find the perfect cappuccino and have sampled them all over the world. A couple of years ago I started making my own tri-blends with light, medium and dark beans and it works very well. So I thought I would try this 6 bean blend and oh my goodness it is amazing. I use my Gaggia Baby Class espresso machine and this blend comes out smooth and silky with a beautiful crema. I finally found that rich creamy flavor you get from the little coffee shops with the barista that has the dreadlocks and the mutli colored knit hat that you can never quite match at home. lol :-) It's a great blend and when I bought the 2.5lb bag it's about as much per pound as coffee in the grocery store. The resealable bag is great too. Highly recommended!! ”