Get them while you still can. We're on our last bags of these two favorite coffees that have treated us very well for a while. I've been doing this to have confidence that we'll find suitable replacements in this year's crop. But I've also been doing this long enough to know what when certain coffees run out, you miss them for several years. I believe these both will fall into that one.
The Guatemala Cuevitas Gold Label Coffee is both creamy and smooth. The caramel, vanilla and chocolate flavors combine beautifully. As it cools, I taste almost a malted milk ball. I've had this straight up over iced and kept saying, "I love that new Guatemalan coffee". There is an expected nuttiness to it, but it isn't overwhelming enough to really even mention or highlight...the caramel is just too good.
One sip of the Ethiopia Drima Zede Gold Label Coffee beans has a nice juicy mouthfeel with a hint of stonefruit. I definitely get a berry fruited note to it and want to call it strawberry. This is a very full bodied coffee without being too strong or at all bitter. This is not for the dark roast lovers in the crowd, but is a good rich coffee for medium and light roast fans.
It's amazing to think that two coffees that cup with such different flavor profiles can taste so delicious. Add a review and let us know which you like better.
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