|Roaster Location:||Des Moines, Iowa|
|Review Date:||February 1997|
Blind Assessment: For such a relatively light roast, not particularly acidy. In fact, once past the classically rich, fragrant nose, rather flat. Perhaps the coffee arrived a bit stale. Full-bodied enough to please those who like to ride the classic American roast profile while relegating acidity to the back seat.
Notes: A classic American (light) roast profile though not particularly acidy.
Who Should Drink It: People who like supermarket coffee but can do without the flat, sour aftertaste. Best drip-brewed; the low acidity makes this one a good choice to drink black.
This review originally appeared in the February, 1997 tasting report: House Blends