The Little Italy Blend was blended and roasted for you by Bird Rock Coffee Roasters. When Bird Rock celebrated their 2nd anniversary at their Little Italy location in San Diego, they carefully crafted this delicious blend. Seasonal coffees from South America combine to create a smooth, balanced and rich cup with flavors of cacao and macadamia nut.
This was my favorite so far! Rich and delicious, not too dark or too light. Amazing morning coffee!
This coffee was delightful although I don't know that I will purchase again as it was a little darker than I normally enjoy.
This coffee is incredibly smooth! The cocoa flavor shines through.
Nice morning coffee, well balanced nice flavor.
This coffee ran through my espresso machine like it was old, and was bitter no matter how I changed the grind. Not a fan!!
We loved this coffee!! It was perfect black or done up a little bit with some creamer or however you’d prefer it. The flavors and aromas are absolutely divine!
Really like this coffee, great flavor.
Very smooth and balanced. Probably my favorite so far!
I liked the macadamia and cacao element. I would have liked it to be a little more bold.
A bit on the acidic side for me, was expecting more of a dark roast profile considering the listed tasting notes, but definitely comes across as a medium roast which is what it is. If you want that more balanced profile, this is the coffee for you.
A little acidic for me
It was great! I enjoyed every cup!!
Also good medium roast. Solid coffee, nothing extremely standout but not necessarily a bad thing.
This was really tasty. We liked it in a chemex and French Press. It needs to be brewed a little longer than some other coffees because of how light it is and the flavor was a little weak, but was still delicious!
Good, a little darker than I like. Brewed pour over.
Loved the flavor soft roast and delicious.
Easily my favorite. I love the balance of flavors in this roast.
Did not like this coffee...thin and with a chemical taste. Dear Curator, I wonder if I don't understand my own preferences. If you know Peet's Major Dickenson's from the 1980s, that was my favorite coffee of ever. Still looking for something similar. Help please? I'd like to find a small batch roaster to support.
Really classic tasting, well polished coffee. Brews nicely for Moka pot and v60
One of the best
This was a solid product with room to improve. I rate it average among higher end coffees.