Peet's Coffee & Tea
Baridi Black Cold Brew
|Roaster Location:||Berkeley, California|
|Coffee Origin:||Kenya; Ethiopia; Tanzania; Rwanda|
|Est. Price:||$65.99/12 10.5-ounce bottles (shipping within California only)|
|Review Date:||July 2018|
A ready-to-drink bottled black coffee tested over ice. Deeply and richly sweet, with umami undertones. Notes of toffee, magnolia, scorched mesquite, almond, teriyaki sauce. Sweet-savory structure with round, gentle acidity; crisp, satiny mouthfeel. The finish is centered around toffee notes supported by hints of magnolia and scorched mesquite. Whole milk quiets the floral notes, but elevates both toffee and almond.
This coffee tied for the third-highest rating in a tasting of ready-to-drink bottled black coffees for Coffee Review’s July 2018 tasting report. Sold in 10.5-ounce bottles. Prepared by the cold-brew method, which involves prolonged steeping of ground coffee in cold or room-temperature water and subsequent filtering. No additives or ingredients other than coffee and water. The green coffee used to produce this beverage is a blend of fine East and Central Africa coffees. Founded by Alfred Peet in 1966 as one of the first artisan coffee roasters in the U.S., Peet’s Coffee & Tea is now a national chain. Visit www.peets.com for more information.
A confident, darker-roasted cold brew with a lean toward the savory, yet sweet-toned at its core.
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This review originally appeared in the July, 2018 tasting report: Cold-Brewed Black Coffees: Quality in a Can?