- Subtly complex medium-light roast with chocolatey notes
- Three 12-ounce bags of whole bean coffee
- 100% Arabica coffee grown in Nicaragua
- Direct Trade, single-origin coffee
- Roasted and packed in the U.S.A.
Our AmazonFresh Direct Trade Nicaragua medium-light roast whole bean coffee is made with 100% Arabica beans purchased directly from growers. Expertly roasted and immediately packed for freshness, this coffee's subtle complexity and toasted chocolate notes deliver a cup you can savor and feel good about too.
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I shouldn't have done it. The coffee smelled and tasted like boiled dirt, and that's not an exaggeration. I've had bad coffee before, but it still tasted like coffee.
tl;dr: If you want to roll the dice, I'd buy it, as when it's roasted right it's really good.
I've tried different grinds, ratios, brew times, etc. and I just can't get a decent cup out of this. It's just a weak bodied coffee with no structure or tasting notes other than just a bit of char from the dark roast. I was so disappointed because I had high hopes for it based upon the reviews.
As an caffè crema (expresso shot and heavy cream) :
Taste mild acidity, complex, medium body, chocolate.
As an americano with heavy cream:
Taste comes out to be low acidity, juice, a well rounded body, hints of chocolate.
Beans where not oily which is to be expected from not being a dark roast.
I for the most part the description of the coffee of juice, complex, and notes of chocolate are accurate depending on brewing method used. I will give a try as a poor over method later and update.
Package has experation date though sadly no roast date added.
You can see some of the images attached to see bean, packaging, and crema.