This one rates as one of my all-time faves. I'm picking up on a black currant sweetness/tartness that gives off a floral and blueberry scent. Undercurrents of earthy roastiness balance things out. There's also a hint of spice. Complex, interesting, smooth, and smells amazing. Don't miss this amazing African roast!Submitted 3 days ago.
Love these beans, they're fruity and smell delicious when you brew them. Definitely a slowly sip kind of coffee, exactly what you'd hope for with a nice Ethiopian bean.Submitted 4 days ago.
Loved it. Wish we could order another
This is one of your favorites yet!Submitted 5 days ago.
A real stunner!
Juicy, a little tart, and a smooth tea-like finish make this an excellent cup of coffee!Submitted 7 days ago.
Rally pleasant, lively and light
This has a great feel on the palate, low acidity, not too sour, and really pleasing.Submitted 7 days ago.
I am late commenting on my favorite coffee on earth Lucretia Luna, Antigua, Guatemala from Lucretia de Rodas. My roast date was 10/31/2017 and start drinking date 11/04/2017. I still have a few of the beans that I saved. This is the best coffee I have ever had and I’ve drank coffee all over the world: Florence, Vienna, Rio, London, New York, Buenos Aires, Mazatlan...” Perfection.Submitted 20 days ago.
Fantastic Burundi coffee
Extremely clean on the nose, light and floral as noted. First sip showcases the sweetness, but it's not overly sweet (artificial) or heavy (syrupy). Following sips bring out the plum or even a mango close to the pit kind of tartness, not sour. Great all around coffee for those who enjoy African coffees.Submitted 26 days ago.
I loved this coffee, it was almost a perfect tasting coffee for me. Mine had a less of a chocolate flavor and more fruit flavored, I got hints of berry.Submitted about 2 months ago.
Oh how I love this one!
I enjoy nearly all MCC coffees, but there are a few that are absolute standouts for me. This is one. I normally drink about 12 oz. with creamer in the morning, & am good for the day. This one was so good that I enjoy making another cuppa later in the day. Smooth & tasty.Submitted 2 months ago.
A Special Coffee
Our coffee tour continues, moving from Guatemala to Columbia with a noticeable change. La Ceja is a special coffee, with an intriguing nose and flavors that match. I'm picking up on high spice, pepper, and grassy notes built upon a robust backbone of caramel (burnt sugar). You truly get the sense that you are tasting the terroir from which this bean originates. Note - this does have some acidity (though nothing pucker-inducing), so if you're not a fan, or have a sensitive stomach, take this into consideration. In conclusion, this is a coffee to be savored. Enjoy!Submitted 2 months ago.
My brew method (Ninja drip machine) doesn't bring out all the notes that other approaches would, but this had a wonderful balance of citrus acidity and sweet summer fruit that I could drink day in and day out - please keep these coming!Submitted 3 months ago.
Has it all!
Tons of bold flavor in this one, yet SUPER smooth... one of my all time favs!Submitted 3 months ago.
I really wish I ordered more of this one because it is insanely good. Like almost all Ethiopian varietals, I grind much finer than I normally do and it ramps up the flavor without making it a bitter sludgefest. I seriously love this one!Submitted 3 months ago.
Sidama has always been one of my favorites. Absolutely amazing lively strawberry notes.Submitted 3 months ago.
One of the best
Maybe my favorite cup of coffee I've had! El Tambor has it all - a nice, high, acidic burst without being bitter, a creamy mouthfeel, and a chocoately, robust body. The complexity and richness is enthralling. I'm obviously a huge fan and could drink this all day, every day!Submitted 4 months ago.
Very very good
I have enjoyed everything from Moustache but this one really stood out.Submitted 4 months ago.
A fantastic bean, one of my favorites - complex, rich, full-bodied, with a round mouthfeel. Subtle spice and cream dominate, with a slight citrus note. Underlying all of this is a full, roasty backbone.Submitted 4 months ago.
I love variety in the coffees I drink, but I would happily drink only this one for the rest of my life - so amazing!Submitted 4 months ago.
Delicious and loved the new packaging!
I got this in the new package and it worked well for us. Of course, the coffee was delicious and crisp.Submitted 4 months ago.
the best first cup
The notes keep coming with each sip.Not a jolt but a continuous reminder of a great , flavorful cup of coffee. My favorite so farSubmitted 4 months ago.
Marry Me Strawberry
It's uniquely aromatic as I open the bag. When I brew I am smashed in the face with a rush of juicy gas that reminds me of strawberry farm. The cup is fruity with sweet strawberry predominating and not as acidic. I've always sought for good ethiopian coffee and this one is unprecedented that beats all my expectationSubmitted 4 months ago.
Delicious and amazingSubmitted 4 months ago.
Wow. This coffee has been absolutely amazing! It has a full body, but not so full that you loose all the delicate flavors. I have been brewing this coffee espresso style on my Areopress with the Fellow Prismo attachment. It has been very pleasant as both a shot of espresso or in an americano. You get the strong body, but with the settle and pleasant acidity. It is the making of a great cupping! I would defiantly buy this lot of coffee again. Complements to all who had a hand in producing this coffee and getting it into my hands. I can tell you that your hard work was not in vain! Thank you!Submitted 4 months ago.
I like it, as it has the complexity and the body.Submitted 4 months ago.
I honestly invested in a coffee grinder, just to do this. I am very happy that I did invest in a coffee grinder it was so smooth, but had a good kick to honestly 6/5Submitted 4 months ago.
Although I am a beginner coffee drinker, this coffee, at least for me, requires no cream - It tastes as if the creamer is already built into the coffee! The chocolate taste is distinct, but there, overpowered by a creamy yet bold taste. Just add sugar and i’m ready to go.Submitted 4 months ago.
Great coffee, love the flavor combination. I always drink the coffee black, and the flavors not only stood out well, but matched my preferences.Submitted 4 months ago.
One of the best coffees over the last 3 years of being a member.Submitted 4 months ago.
Truly a special coffee
Amazing bean and roast - redolent of a garden of jasmine high in windswept mountains, this coffee demands your attention. The nose to this coffee is as if one dipped one's face into a pot of fragrant, luscious flowers. These floral accents are highlighted on your first sip as well, and complemented by a high note of stonefruit, with a subtle underlying foundation of caramel and loam. IMO, not all Tasting Series coffees are worth the extra money. El Socorro Geisha is.Submitted 5 months ago.
Liked this one!
Very smooth with fruity tones.. I seem to prefer the African beans..Submitted 5 months ago.
Really loved this one
My only disappointment was when my wife took it with her on her work trip and told me to stick it out with the “other” coffee. She really liked this one.Submitted 5 months ago.