|Roaster Location:||Irvine, California|
|Roast Level:||Very Dark|
|Review Date:||January 2004|
Blind Assessment: Balanced, low-toned aroma with a tickle of fruit and chocolate. Maintains its character in the cup: low-toned, understated, balanced, complicated by a faintly chocolate-inclining prune and apricot.
Notes: K-Cups are designed for the Keurig single-serve brewer. Diedrich Coffee is a publicly traded, quality-oriented specialty chain headquartered in California that benefits from the coffee leadership of Martin Diedrich, a third-generation member of a family of coffee growers and roasters. Visit
Who Should Drink It : Low-toned folks who enjoy a little apricot-chocolate adventure.
This review originally appeared in the January, 2004 tasting report: At What Cost Convenience? Testing the New Single-Serve Coffee Systems