Often lovingly, albeit not creatively, dubbed “the bean” around the office, this is our stand-by, trusty morning coffee. 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.
- “Had to switch to decaf and the coffee flavor is subtly changed post-processing. I have been a French Roast fan for many years, but this is my new favorite. Bold yet smooth flavored, I like to savor it.”
- “I like thick strong coffee, but caffeine is problem for me. I'm always trying different decafs, but keep coming back to this Decaf Dark Guatemalan. I double the brew strength and cut it with LOT of cream. It's great stuff.”
- “The decaf dark Guatemalan has that typical Coffee Bean Direct gentle dark -- the roaster brings the beans right up to French (FRIED!) Roast, but stops before any bitterness can leach in. The dark decaf Guatemalan is rich and smoothe. Excellent.”