Often lovingly, albeit not creatively, dubbed “the bean,” this faithful classic is our trusty morning coffee around the office. Just think of Lassie wearing a giant Rolex around her neck and you’ll get the idea. Grown in the volcanic southern regions of Guatemala, this coffee has a spicy flavor with a fair amount of acidity, and can be quite strong. This Guatemalan coffee is a French roast, and brews a hearty, eye-opening cup to start the day. After a cup of this stuff, you’ll be less likely to fall down a well on your way to work. See that? The bean is good for you.
“This coffee is very.... whatever. There is absolutely nothing wrong with it except that there is absolutely nothing interesting or exciting about it. The roast is a little on the light side for a french roast and the coffee itself is fine it's just not robust or flavorful or interesting. The blurb said something about spice notes and I'm not getting any of that at all. It also says this coffee is quite strong. That, in my opinion, is just flat out wrong. On a scale of 1 to 10 on coffee strength I would rate this as a 7. I've had WAY stronger coffees than this.
- We order this coffee and try not to run out. I give it a 5 star
- “We order this coffee and try not to run out. I give it a 5 star”