This is the Decaf Espresso Blend is brought to you by Ceremony Coffee Roasters. Decaf Espresso is a washed lot of mixed varieties from the Cauca, Huila and Nariño Departments and was selected for decaffeination in Colombia because of its clean, sweet cup profile. This cup is fantastically full bodied with notes of chocolate, roasted hazelnuts and deep raisin sweetness in the finish.
Nariño and Cauca Departments
1,300 - 1,600 meters
fully washed and Sugarcane (Ethyl Acetate) decaffeinated
One of the best decaf espresso/lattes yet. Delicious and great crema/aroma.
I prefer a lighter roast.
Didn't like this one.
Better than the first coffee but still darker than I like and I do not make espresso at home so it feels wasted making an espresso blend as a pourover. I managed to make it show some fruit notes at times but too much of the time the heavier notes of chocolate hid the bright notes I prefer.
Do not like decaf, nor espresso
This blend was fine but I didn't enjoy it as much as the first two coffees I received. It didn't find it as rich or full as I would have liked.
Greg & Lillian
Good flavor; a medium roast with less presence than I would expect in an Espresso. Overall, not my cup of decaf
Mom and Dad
no chocolate taste but very smooth
The flavor of this coffee is extraordinary. It's bold, but balanced. I'm not sure I've ever had an espresso roast with the fruity notes. I love smelling this coffee almost as much as drinking it.
The description is spot on with "juicy"! I get a bunch of fruit on first sip fading into cocoa and light smoke on the exhale. I do get both the cherry and cocoa scent in the cup. Interesting!!
Love the fruitiness, very smooth.
This is a badass espresso blend for pulling shots. Pretty bland as drip coffee, but hey, that's not what it's really made for.
Very nice. I like it a lot. Tastes like coffee, not almost coffee.
Ridiculously flavorful, I loved it.
This coffee is too sweet. Though made with an Espresso blend, I find the taste very mild, which is surprising because I'm using a French Press to drink. Unfortunately, this is my least favorite MistoBox coffee thus far..
This is a great espresso roast, but I generally use an Aeropress or pour-over to make black coffee. So, I found this a little too dark for my taste without the use of sweeteners or milk.