Break out the bagpipes and start a rousing rendition of The Bonnie Bonnie Banks o' Loch Lomond! This buttery, spicy blend of flavors with an added kick of whiskey (flavoring...sorry, no alcohol) will invoke your inner Highlander in no time. Kilt not included.
Ingredients: Coffee beans, natural and artificial flavor
- “I was not let down by this coffee. It is a very rich taste (in a good way) loved ever drop of the coffee even my wife enjoyed it without any need for any additives (creamer, sugar, etc...) Will be buying again.”
- “This goes on my new favorite list! A friend served this. I thought it was so delicious I decided to get some of my own.”
- “If this had been given a name like "coconut caramel", I would have given it 5 stars because it's clearly a success as a sweet, sticky dessert flavor. I keep looking for a hint of peat-smoky "scotch whiskey" aroma, but not really finding it. I think the flavoring used was a "butter rum", which would be the traditional grog choice, but the overriding flavor is one of dark brown sugar with a distinct coconut and pastry crust aftertaste. I envision a gooey caramel bar topped with shredded coconut. The underlying coffee is a clean, light roast, so it disappears into the background. This would probably work well as a dessert coffee, but is a little too sweet for first thing in the morning, at least for my taste. ”