Craft Coffee Review
Craft Coffee has an excited new project – The Coffee DNA Project™ delivers some of the best and freshest coffee right to your door, you can choose to have it delivered every week, every 2 weeks, every months or however frequently you like, up to 12 weeks.
When you sign up for Craft Coffee you fill out a little questionnaire that asks you about the brands and flavors of coffee you like, how often and where you drink coffee and if you want to stick with what you like or try out new flavors or treat yourself!
All coffee is freshly roasted and you can choose what grind you would like from options like fresh press, whole bean, flat bottom filter or cone shaped filter. You can also choose how many bags you would like, how light or dark your roast should be and if you would like to try out different coffee flavors you can choose a 3 coffee sampler packinstead of just one coffee flavor.
My Craft Coffee package arrived in a cool looking branded box and inside there was more wrapping and a cool looking sticker that I was excited to rip open! I received the 3 coffee sampler pack.
The first coffee I tried was from Caffe Vita in Seattle, WA. This coffee originates from South Kivu and is produced by Sopacdi which produces some of the finest coffee in Africa.
The robust, vegetal bouquet complements full flavors of caramel and dark chocolate with a slightly smoky finish that resembles cavendish tobacco and leather.
I am not sure about the leather but I did get the tobacco-ish taste at the end of my sip which left a slightly bitter but sweet taste mixed with the caramel. I haven’t taste anything quite like this before and really enjoyed it!
The second coffee I tried out was Rival Bros in Philadelphia, PA. It originates from Brazil, Sumatra, Colombia and Ethiopa and has an elevation of 1,150 – 2,000 meters above sea level. I didn’t know this until I looked it up but the higher the elevation, the more flavorful the coffee is!
This coffee has a classic nutty, chocolatey and malty flavor and is round and creamy with hints of cinnamon spice, chai tea and held together with a robust dark caramel sweetness.
This was my favorite, I have went through the whole bag already and now I want more! I could really taste the chocolatey flavor and the malt, the caramel aftertaste is amazing and it also had quite a strong flavor which is what I like when drinking flavored coffees, this was amazing and the best coffee I have tasted in a while!
The third coffee I tested was from Jailhouse Coffee in Queens, New York. It originates from Brazil, Honduras and Colombia.
The indulgent sweetness of peanut brittle gently melts like whipped butter and has flavors of smoked chipotle peppers and a candied sweetness.
I wasn’t too sure about this one when I saw it had chipotle peppers, I’m not a big fan of sweet and spicy. Surprisingly this didn’t taste too bad and had a little zing to it which I am guessing was from the peppers. This was probably my least favorite, but I didn’t hate it and you can be sure I will finish the bag! If you love a sweet and spicy flavor which a lot of people do then you will more than likely love this!
I really enjoyed testing out each coffee and I found a flavor that I love! I like that Craft Coffee has an option to order just the flavor that you like, the brand that you like or if you are like me and like to get a little adventurous with coffee the three sampler pack is perfect.
The coffee I tried out was fresh, full of flavor and easy to brew. I can get lazy sometimes and tend to make instant coffee which is nowhere near as good as fresh coffee!
If you are a coffee addict like me then you should definitely check out The Coffee DNA Project™!
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Thank You Craft Coffee for providing me with a sample box to review!
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