Most coffee beans are born twins. Within each cherry on the coffee tree, two beans are grown side by side, resulting in the flat face of most beans. Peaberries, however, occur when only one of the two seeds is fertilized, growing on its own without anything to flatten it. They are individualists, the lone guns of the coffee world. As a result of their independence, many coffee connoisseurs have suggested that each peaberry is infused with all the assets normally reserved for two beans. In our humble opinion, these beans are most certainly unique, punctuated by an intoxicating, chocolaty aroma. The subtle oat-y undertone and rich, winey body is surprisingly versatile and perfect for any time of day.
Roasting is a heat process that unlocks the aroma and flavor of green coffee beans. Roast Levels indicate the color, profile, & general characteristics of coffee beans resulting from the roasting process.
A pleasing & vibrant brightness that enhances a coffee’s flavor. Often described as a lively, crisp, tart, or sharp taste.
The tactile sense of consistency and thickness in the mouth, distinct from aroma and taste.