Lovely aroma and taste
Really love the aroma on this one. Very nice for fall.Submitted 1 day ago.
My wife remarked that this is the least bitter coffee she's ever had - and she's right. This is a great, smooth coffeeSubmitted 6 days ago.
i am already sad as this bag of La Virgen is getting smaller and smaller.. what a wonderful coffee.. just so smooth an drinkable yet with some hints of fruit. Really enjoying these beansSubmitted 9 days ago.
Complex and unusual flavor profile. Might be my favorite this farSubmitted 12 days ago.
Well-balanced, well-structured, with a sweet finish. Gives a "dry" sensation at the back of the throat. Very enjoyable.Submitted 13 days ago.
This is my favorite from the club, so far...
A great departure from floral and berry, this is very in your face with stone-fruit and that slightly "spiked" flavor that anaerobics deliver. I'm quite sad I can't order this for my regular coffee.Submitted 14 days ago.
One of my all time favoritesSubmitted 15 days ago.
La Virgen #2
Another delicious Colombian from Moustache. Very smooth, with subtle tropical fruit tastes. While somewhat expensive, Moustache coffees allow you to drink 3rd Wave quality coffees--and a different variety every time--even if you live far from the coffee centers of America. All you need is a good grinder and a little time in the morning.Submitted 17 days ago.
ThanksSubmitted 18 days ago.
Smooth, mellow, flavorful, and a bit funky, this coffee is a gem. It's one of the few I've encountered where the flavor matches the nose almost exactly. Surprisingly (to me), I like this anaerobic version even a bit more than the normal, aerobic version.Submitted 19 days ago.
I was never that into Columbians, but Mustache is quickly turning me into a devotee. This is a wonderfully fragrant, well-balanced cup. The cane sugar just jumps off it as does a rich floral-tropical blend that seems like, as the club description suggests, lavender and mango. The mango really stands out, however, on tasting the coffee, as does a luscious juiciness that reminds me of stonefruit - not so much in flavor as in mouthfeel. It’s a delightful cup.Submitted 20 days ago.
Savory and dynamic.
This is about as far from berry-bomb naturals as you can get. Lavendar is exactly the right floral descriptor: It has a bit of the cooling sensation of the flower, but without the vegetal parts of mint. The full acidity arrives right after that, leaving you to sort out the rest of the flavor. I haven't been able to pin these beans down: They are exceptionally sensitive to grind size and technique changes.Submitted 21 days ago.
I normally need sugar
This coffee was just sweet enough that I didn't need anything but milk! Very smooth and very flavorful. The flavor profile was spot on! Probably one of my favoritesSubmitted 28 days ago.
Enjoying Rayos del Sol. Lacking a bit in complexity perhaps, but plenty of depth of flavor and very well-balanced.Submitted 28 days ago.
Loved the mouthfeel and how the taste keeps evolving as you sip through your cupSubmitted 29 days ago.
Smooth and creamy with a touch of rich fruitiness and a nice finish. MmmmmMmm.Submitted 30 days ago.
Growing on me
I deleted my initial rating after drinking this coffee for a week or so in favor of a higher rating. This coffee is not as fruity as I am used to, but after dialing my pour-over for this particular coffee (v60 25:425 205F ~3m brew time) it has grown on me in a huge way. Perfectly balanced flavor and quite enjoyable. Would definitely order this one again!Submitted about 1 month ago.
Loved this oneSubmitted about 1 month ago.
This is a good one - earthy and funky, yet smooth and mellow. Not overbearing or overpowering. Scales down well, so you should feel free to subtract a small bit from your grinds to let this last longer.Submitted about 1 month ago.
Great Summer Coffee
Ground medium-fine and tested out by cupping, alongside my last coffee, Madrid #2. I preferred the Sitio Vargem #6, it was bright, fruity, and acidic, though more balanced and flavorful than the Madrid. I got strong notes of berry, like a pleasant blueberry, and an almost cocoa bean quality to it. High acidity and juicy. Great for hot summer days like these!Submitted about 1 month ago.
Tasty and pleasant
I enjoyed this. On the nose the crisp red apple simply leaps out, easily the dominant scent. I also got some baking spices (maybe cinnamonish?) and a bit of strawberry. I never got mint, however. It also has a pleasant, lightly creamy mouthfeel that makes for a smooth cup. Overall, this is very nice if not spectacular.Submitted about 1 month ago.
So far my favorite
I've been buying premium beans for a couple of years now and from Moustache for almost a year and by far Sitio Vargem #6 is my favorite. Immediately upon breaking the vacuum seal you're greeted with a very pleasant aroma, much more than other beans and a sample of what you're about to experience. Generally when I start a new coffee, before I pour the first cup I will try a sample glass and attempt to detect the notes. Usually I'm not very successful, if I'm lucky I'll get two of the notes, but mostly it's only one. With Sitio Vargem #6 I got all three and very strongly. I've found that as a rule I prefer coffees from the Americas and Sitio Vargem #6 cements that rule.Submitted about 1 month ago.
This cup of coffee is silky smooth. Has a very interesting taste that makes it lively and bright. So good I’ve gotten it twice. One of my favorites from moustache!Submitted about 1 month ago.
A very nice Colombian coffee, balanced and delicious. This is nothing unusual for Moustache coffees, however. An old friend--from Portland-- who was visiting me when I broke open this shipment told me that my coffee was the most delicious 'home brew' that he had ever tasted. I gave him the info about Moustache, and I'll bet that he will soon become a new customer. If you love single origin coffee, drink mostly at home, and are willing to grind and brew your beans on a daily basis, for freshness, flavor, and price, Moustache coffees are just about unbeatable.Submitted about 1 month ago.
Bright, fruity, and complex
Was worried I had crappy pourover technique and then tried this. Great cup and tons of flavorSubmitted about 1 month ago.
Makes a dependably great cup of coffee. Versatile and adaptable to scaling ratios up or down.Submitted about 1 month ago.
I'm getting berry notes instead of apple caramel and love thisSubmitted about 2 months ago.
So good rich and yummy, a little fudgey, great aroma.Submitted about 2 months ago.
Very smooth…with a very delightful flavor profile.Submitted about 2 months ago.
An exemplar of its variety and processing.
This has all the positive features of washed coffee and is highly consistent. I've tried three quite different grind settings, and each has been distinct and pleasant. The mint note is the most intriguing thing from the notes, but I would have missed it if I weren't looking for it. It showed up as more of a mouthfeel when slurping, which is reminiscent of apple, too. There's quite a bit of acid, with balanced sweetness and not a lot of distinct fruitiness. That's emphasized at a finer grind, where it doesn't become bitter but does crowd out the more delicate flavors.Submitted about 2 months ago.
Sweet and smooth, very good.Submitted about 2 months ago.