Any Two Pounds of our House Selections - Same coffee or two different options!
Many folks ask me, "What would you choose?" because there are so many choices! If I could only have one bean, it would be the Pink Lady. It's just soooo good ... and it's not a blend so that meets the match. Medium-roast smooth body - for a practical, simply good, great, better, best coffee, this is where I am.
Since I must choose two pounds, my second choice is fairly obvious ... it's a blend of three beans, and naturally it's where I want to be. I enjoy Dunx Original because there is no other like it and it's without equal. It's a full bodied coffee of three roast profiles, that is, I roast the beans separately BUT of course I do. I'm all there.
Any Three "Doubles" (10 oz Bags) - You want a big selection because ... here it is!
It's not that I am so crazy about the Pink Lady I don't want to drink anything else, but it puts me in a great, harmonious mood that, well, there's no comparison to a great cup, period.
While adventures in great tasting coffee is our specialty, having a great full bodied coffee ready to brew when the day is ripe? Perfect.
OK, a little boost in caffeine content will do will work wonders. I have a lot of projects - and some days require The DeFibrillator more than others, so I go with it.
Any Six "Singles" (5 oz Bags) - Variety is paramount!
By now, I'm sure you get the picture - I don't have favorites ... there's just something about this coffee folks love.
Not to be outdone, just to over do it ... on taste, flavor, body, and general distinction - here it is again.
It's got to be part of a sampling if you want a good selection.
Uncovering the true origins of your preferred palate, you really need to delve into Rubusto beans - intense, unquiet, proud and loud, you'll harmonize with this big, bold taste, or have an out of body experience with this high caffeine content and never want to shoot the moon again.
Long ago, one of the great first cups of coffee I had was an Organic Mexican ... and so, I had to find one and add it to the well-rounded repertoire of coffee. It's just a perfect cup. I mean, totally.
It seems dark coffee is hard to come by when you want a smooth, velvety taste. Found: a dark roast that brings a bean all the way and totally delivers a flavor you can only develop by turning up the heat.