Endless World Coffee
Jamaican Blue Mtn Dark Roast
|Roaster Location:||Los Angeles, California|
|Review Date:||June 1999|
A clean, sweetly understated acidity complicated by a hint of flowers animates the bittersweetness of the dark roast. Ultimately the bitter tones dominate in finish, however, and intensify as the coffee cools.
A clean, sweetly understated acidity complicated by a hint of flowers animates the bittersweetness of the dark roast. I ran across this rather expensive coffee in an upscale supermarket. It came packed in a gas-flushed valve pack neatly folded inside a reusable can. The wide (7-point) difference between whole-bean and ground Agtron readings indicates a dramatic discrepa
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Name-droppers who like a famous coffee that won't embarrass them when they open the can.
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This review originally appeared in the June, 1999 tasting report: Extreme and Not-So-Extreme Dark Roasts