Sweet & Floral with nice structure
This is a terrific cup, especially in a french press. Full, but not heavy, with great floral notes and a nice balance of acidity. I'll be sorry when it is gone.Submitted 4 days ago.
Zippy Fruity fun brew
I love the energy and depth in this earthy and fruity coffee.Submitted 9 days ago.
Winey - El Encanto #2
Fruity and very well balance with no bitterness. The wine come out afterword. It's also really stand out in this cup of coffee. Very enjoy it!Submitted 13 days ago.
Another excellent Colombian from Moustache. I love the slight bitterness in the aftertaste, but it is still a very delicious, full-bodied coffee, fruity on top and chocolate-rich on the bottom.Submitted 23 days ago.
Winey coffee - best of both flavors
This coffee is full bodied but also very balanced. Definitely tastes of plum and wine. I use a Chemex to brew mine - delicious!Submitted 25 days ago.
Bright & flavorful
Even when adding half and half, the flavor comes through and has a fresh aroma. Great coffee for any time of the day.Submitted about 1 month ago.
Amazing flavor - almost a different beverage - incredibly satisfying
It’s been quite awhile since I’ve had a natural process Ethiopian but I don’t remember ever having one as fabulous as this. The aromas practically leap out of the cup. I got a strong whiff of blueberry right out of the gate. Further smells and tastes bore out the tasting notes. There is definitely a smooth cocoa flavor and a nice aftertaste that is reminiscent of cinnamon, but not quite. I can’t place it just yet, but regardless, it is delightful. This coffee is such a stark contrast with the Columbians (and even the washed ethiopian to some extent) it’s almost like a different beverage entirely. Don’t get me wrong, I fell hard for Columbians because of this club, this is just a qualitatively different experience. Wild and earthy, sweet and tasty, stark and well, unwashed! The Columbians were generally very well balanced. This is messier. It might not be for some people. But it’s absolutely worth a try because it’s so different and if you do enjoy it you will absolutely love it. I certainly do!Submitted about 1 month ago.
El Progreso 2021
Another delicious Colombian from Moustache, El Progreso is very balanced, with a sweet bottom and just enough tartness to make a smooth cup of joe. Just about perfectSubmitted about 1 month ago.
I’ve had coffees that are similar to tea before, but this is the most tea-like I’ve had. It’s the most astringent coffee I’ve tried, and the sharp acidity offsets the astringency nicely. Nothing is overpowering, making for a very pleasant, easy drinking coffee that deviates from the norm. A great change up.Submitted about 1 month ago.
Good morning coffee
smooth, satisfyingSubmitted about 1 month ago.
Tasty and layered
Getting a lot of fruity notes and solid smooth coffee blended. One of my favorites so farSubmitted about 1 month ago.
Probably in my Top 3 of 2021
So fruit forward and delicious 🤤Submitted about 2 months ago.
This coffee was a good, well-roasted light coffee. I've never had a coffee arrive so fresh that I had to wait to drink it. I'm impressed with the quality and excellence of the coffee.Submitted about 2 months ago.
The balance of fruit and chocolate produce a welcome tasteSubmitted about 2 months ago.
Gitesi Natural #4
A gorgeous coffee, smooth and round with a big, chocolate/molasses finish. I'd have to rank this Rwandan as one of the best that I've received from Moustache in 2021. This lot will disappear quickly.Submitted about 2 months ago.
Great natural bean
Really nice natural processed coffee.Submitted about 2 months ago.
Wow! Delicious, smooth, full
This may be my favorite Columbian of the season! The bright, ripe cherry notes leap out of the cup while the dark chocolate anchors the brightness o. a full, rich cup. Also featured is that wonderful stone fruit juicy mouthfeel I have come to adore in Columbians. Wow! I was never that into Columbians before but Mustache has shown me the error of my ways! That said - get this if you only try 1 Columbian!Submitted about 2 months ago.
Like lemonade but fancy.
This is my introduction to Geshas as far as I know, and it's quite a lovely one. There's quite a bit of fruit and sweetness in every cup, but in a nicely off-kilter way. The citrus is primary and is accompanied by a good bit of sweetness that never overpowers: Think a good homemade lemonade without too much sugar. There are also lots of delicate florals and small amounts of funk that make tweaking brews very rewarding. I caught just a hint of chocolate as well.Submitted 2 months ago.
LOVE LOVE LOVESubmitted 2 months ago.
Loved this stuffSubmitted 2 months ago.
This coffee is a delight and exactly the reason I love to get beans from MCC. It is balanced, rich, sits in the mouth beautifully. 3 minutes in the French Press gave a great brew. Looking forward to trying it in the Aeropress.Submitted 2 months ago.
Extremely bright with lots of pleasant acidity and a gorgeous scent from the beginning of grinding through to cup. Of the tasting notes I mostly get a hint of that apple throughout, there's a crispness to the cup at all temperatures that is the best characteristic of the coffee in my opinion, and as it cools a subtle earthy flavor comes through which is nice. There is definitely an inherent sweetness to the cup, though I don't know that I would describe it specifically as brown sugar and probably not caramel. But palate differences aside, I absolutely love this coffee and would happily make it often in my kitchen. Brewed primarily in a V60 between 10-15 on Baratza encore depending on dose/filter type.Submitted 2 months ago.
Very smooth, interesting flavors
This coffee is quite bright and fruity, which I like. Later, it gets a more molasses-like taste to it, making for an interesting transition. It’s nice to have a coffee that is an easy drinker, but that isn’t just one note.Submitted 3 months ago.
Lovely aroma and taste
Really love the aroma on this one. Very nice for fall.Submitted 3 months 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 3 months 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 3 months ago.
Complex and unusual flavor profile. Might be my favorite this farSubmitted 3 months ago.
Well-balanced, well-structured, with a sweet finish. Gives a "dry" sensation at the back of the throat. Very enjoyable.Submitted 3 months 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 3 months ago.
One of my all time favoritesSubmitted 3 months 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 3 months ago.