Sagebrush Coffee

Gold Label Coffee Sampler Gift Pack

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We offer Gold Label coffees that are the best of the best of what we're able to get our hands on.  We then work hard to roast it in a way to bring the best out of the coffee.  This sampler pack is a great way to try all three of these premium offerings.  This bundle consists of 3 6oz or 8oz bags (your choice) to give you a chance to sample 3 of our current favorite Gold Label coffees.  This really is the perfect gift pack.

Guatemala La Bolsa Gold Label

This coffee is both creamy and smooth.  The caramel, vanilla and chocolate flavors combine beautifully.  As it cools, I taste almost a malted milk ball.  Every time I make a cup of this coffee I always say, "I love that new Guatemalan coffee."  There is an expected nuttiness to it, but it isn't overwhelming enough to even mention or highlight... the caramel is just too good.

Ethiopia Hagere Mariam Dry Process Gold Label

No one will ever question what type of coffee is my favorite.  It is always a dry process Ethiopian coffee.  In fact, I'm always on the lookout for a perfectly fruited one and when I find one to my liking, I buy as much as I can of it.  This is the coffee for me.  I drank some this morning that was about 3 days off roast and it was perfection in a cup.  The added rest helped bring out amazing strawberry notes with a chocolate finish.  My goodness! that is a good cup of coffee.

Costa Rica Oman Aguila Gold Label  

I've been drinking this coffee every day for a week.  That is unusual for me, because we have so many types of coffees, that I'm constantly changing it up.  However, this is such a sweet and fruity cup of coffee, I just keep wanting more.  If you know me (or have read about my coffee preferences), you know that I'm partial to fruit-forward dry process coffees.  Most of those come from Ethiopia.  However, this Costa Rican is the best fruited coffee we have in the shop. 

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