Mt. Whitney Coffee Roasters, Organic French Roast, Dark Roast Whole Bean Coffee, 12 oz (340 g)
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- Taste and See
- Small Batch - Artisan Roasted
- USDA Organic
Dark chocolate, brown sugar in a heavy, powerful body with bold, smoky overtones
Coffee drinkers are learning to taste unique flavor profiles and those flavors are leading them on a search for the top coffees the globe has to offer.
In order to produce the best, every detail matters. From the tree varietal, to the processing method; no detail is too small.
Small batch artisan roasting allows us to develop flavors and to caramelize natural sugars to bring out the most each coffee has to offer.
Come join us on a tasting experience that satisfies body, mind and soul.
The best coffees in the world are a joy to the mind and soul. It is one of the simple pleasures of life, enjoyed only by a few, the few that care about drinking the absolute best.
Brew the Best - Mt. Whitney
Always use a burr grinder set to the correct setting for your brewing method. Rinse paper filters with warm water to remove the paper taste. For best results, use filtered or bottled spring water.
The proper ratio of coffee to water is 1 part coffee to 16 parts water or 2 tablespoons per 6 ounce cup of water. Brew just under boil with water 205 to 210 degrees Fahrenheit.
100% High Grown Arabica Coffee
Keep the coffee bag sealed when not in use to seal in freshness.
I bought this to try a new blend of coffee but was disappointed as it had a very bitter, stale taste to it. It was not completely undrinkable but I made like 2 cups using the pour over method and couldn't bring myself to drink anymore. People who like more of a fresh roasted flavor should beware. If you are not of that kind you may not mind as much.