I ordered the sample of this coffee with high expectations. In fact, I had such high expectations that I ordered a full bag without having sampled it. I figured, if its great, I'll be first in line and if it isn't so good, I'm not too committed with just 1 bag. Well it was exceptional. For the next couple of weeks I started roasting from that bag to drink myself. We took it with us on vacation and loved it all week. I then called up our supplier and they only had 1 bag left. Well shoot, my favorite Colombian coffee and I have a limited supply. My thought, make it a Gold label and then it will be around for a couple of months. So here you have it, a limited stock exceptional Gold Label Colombian coffee.
So what does it taste like, you ask? Well, it tastes like it already has cream in it. I know that sounds odd and exaggerated, but I honestly have never had a cup of black coffee this creamy before. It also has an obvious Pecan aroma and finish. I catch a little bit of stone fruit in there too, but the pecan / creaminess is so pronounced, I think any other flavors are too muted to really mention.
This coffee is very good and I will be setting some aside as we run low, because it is my wife Jenna's favorite. In fact, if you call us and ask for advice on a coffee, I'm guessing Jenna will direct you to this bean every time until we run out. I haven't seen her get this excited about a coffee in a long time. I think the last time was when we first received the now sold out Costa Rica Terra Bella.
||City Plus (Medium)
||Washed, Wet Process
||Super Creamy, Pecans