The Black Market Desert City Dark was blended and roasted for you by Cartel Coffee Lab. This blend is a 3 to 2 ratio of Brazil Morada dos Passaros Natural and Guatemala Chichupac Washed. Enjoy this bold offering on any brewing method for rich flavors of dark chocolate and macadamia nut.
Couldn't taste too much difference out of it. But it was good.
Great taste. Smooth drink. Would get again.
So good! Best one yet and I've been a Mistobox member for years.
This coffee is not bad. It's mild and I didn't taste any bitterness. It just didn't stand out to me.
Little acid, but good
This is my favorite one so far
Love it! Delicious flavor.
This is the exact type of coffee i think of when i think i don't like dark, bitter coffee. Not for me.
I have mixed feelings on this one. This is a really good, balanced, easy drinker. I’d say I’m “neutral” on this roast. There’s not really anything that stands out about it. But I wouldn’t necessarily call that a bad thing. Not disappointed by any means. I like these darker roasts that are on the lighter side of dark. You get the good toasty flavors without the burnt/bitter aftertaste. I would probably purchase this again.
Amazing taste and flavor. Did it with pour over and really took the time to let the water absorb all the coffee flavors. The most recent brew I did, I almost thought I was drinking a chocolate bar.
Notes were bitter even with water/ground ratio adjustment.
I liked the nutty flavor
Very nice flavor
It was just okay. Nothing -- good or bad -- particularly stood out to me.
Loved this coffee, dark & flavorful without being too heavy!
Too nutty for me
This is one of the best coffees that I have had. Bold flavor. Easy to grind.
Wanting something similar to that very first bag with a hazelnut finish.
A little too dark for my daily use
So good and scrumptious!!!
This was a good coffee. It was slightly darker than my preference, but it was neither bitter nor acidic which was good.
Excellent coffee taste.
Nothing to write home about. I felt like this brew left me feeling full after having my normal morning cup. Had an odd back end when paired with my creamer.
Very good coffee I would buy again
I was surprised. From the description, I thought this roast might be too dark for me; however, it is excellent for lattes!
I do not like this coffee. It is bitter and bland. We LOVED Passion House and would like something that tastes closer to that.
Best coffee I’ve received so far
The combination of tasting notes of chocolate, macadamia, and full bold taste suites me very well- really enjoy to start the day with this.
Nice bold and no sour
We like this coffee, it is brewing well in our cemex. It is smooth but rich and has good flavor.
This coffee was good, but it was a little bitter for my liking. I could definitely feel the caffeine though!
great chocolate notes
Decent dark roast. Not much to it, kind of boring. But that's not always bad. It is what is says it is.
Not a fan of the taste. Sorry. Tastes burned
This coffee was excellent. More like this please. Super great.
Loved this one!
Solid. Nutty and full bodied. Gotta get a good extraction to get a good full amount of flavor.
Nice mix of Chocolate and Nuttiness
Excellent balance of traditional coffee flavors with some nice sweetness to make it interesting.
This was so good! Great flavor and didn't get bitter.
We love this one. Dark, but the light roasting gave it a good balance for our tastes.
Wonderful coffee! This is helping me articulate the notes I like best: nuts, chocolate in a full bodied coffee.
Wasn’t a fan of this one. The medium/dark bean blends tend to have too much of that sour taste I’m not into. Also, the roasted beans have very little oil on them, which is usually a sign the beans haven’t been roasted quite enough for my preference. Also, this one was kind of dull all around, making it unusual but not great. Wouldn’t get this coffee again.
I can taste the chocolate! Without bitterness or acidity. Excellent.
Seemed weak in flavor. Found I needed to add extra scoops to get a more full bodied taste. Didn’t really get the ‘flavor’ notes either