This coffee will be fresh roasted for you. We expect Klatch Coffee will roast and ship this coffee in 1-2 business days depending on their roasting schedule.
The Brazil Klatch Diamond Reserve was carefully roasted for you by Klatch Coffee. This pulped natural coffee was sourced from the growing region of Cerrado Mineiro in Brazil and was produced by the Finca Cerrado Mineiro at 800 - 1,300 meters. This coffee is well balanced with a medium body, orange blossom aroma, brown sugar and milk chocolate sweetness and a mild citrus acidity.
Just ok. A little bitter. Beans don’t seem as fresh to me as others I’ve received.
Good, but didn't enjoy it as much as I though it would be.
I've really enjoyed this coffee quite a bit. It has an excellent balance (to my taste).
Wonderful. Just wonderful in general
Earthy, with a low acidic finish. Good honest cup of coffee.
Very good overall, but lacking any particularly distinguishing notes that would make me come back to it.
Evaluated as espresso. Very orange citrus forward. Too much citrus for me, but does have chocolate as well. I prefer berry or stone fruit flavors or less citrus flavors in my coffee. I could not detect the brown sugar other than a nondescript sweetness.
Subtle flavors, very smooth!
Delicious. Best one yet.
For some reason, I wasn't into this one. Maybe too citrusy?
really enjoyed this one. I'd still say the one before this (the DCR) has been my favorite but this was a great follow up and I'm liking this fruitier lighter coffee.
It's not a bad coffee, but it's not a great one either. Nice body, but there isn't much else to it. I'm more a fan of fruitier coffees.
This was an ok cup for me. There was no stand out flavour or aroma, but it was pleasant. It was very well balanced with no discerning features. Nothing that I loved or hated about it. I could have this as an everyday coffee where it wouldn't clash with any sort of breakfast/dessert.
I think I will try to make a cold brew with this bean to see if that works well for a refreshing light drink.
Very smooth and nice settle hint of the citrus. We really like this one.
Visually seemed like it would be a lighter roast, but it turned out full-bodied and rich. On the strong-flavored side. We would absolutely order again.
a bit lighter, easy to drink. Not huge on fruit/berry flavors but nice floral aroma
Sturdy, balanced and clean. No clear citrus notes popped out for me.
I haven't especially enjoyed Brazilian coffees, and this one didn't win me over. It's flavor is subtle, earthy, slightly acidic or citric.
A little too dark for my liking. It's fine but doesn't have any nuanced notes!
Good flavor clarity, and light
This is good. Best yet.
Less citrus/acidity than I prefer
Butterscotch came to mind. Interesting to see caramel above. Had that thought too.
Nothing too good or bad. No flavors too noticeable.
Definitely a great coffee. Not as flavorful and bright as other ones I've tried
Loved the citrus flavors, wasn’t overpowering at all. It was thin bodied and had a loverly after taste.
very smooth and has a great mouthfeel
Wow. I think this is my favorite coffee that I’ve had so far. So smooth and rich. Loved this so much.
Couldn't get much fruitiness
Just ok. Good to get something out of my comfort range.
It's a little more bitter than we like.
My least favorite that I have received so far. It doesn't taste "bad", but pretty bland overall. I can't pick up any citrus flavor.
Ethan & Adrienne
Not a terrible coffee, but nothing great about the overall taste.
Not my favorite, and I had to play around with the right way to brew it and reduce the acidity.
Meh.... It was ok but this did not really shine through for me.
One of my favorites
It’s a basic, good coffee. I like the subtle ness of orange and I like it better iced with a tsp of brown sugar and a splash of cashew milk. It helps bring out the sweetness from the natural process and is refreshing on a hot summer day.
I liked this a lot pretty smooth but still packed with lots of flavor
Good level of roast. slight citrus notes
Initially it was nice, but depreciated very quickly and didn't like it halfway through the bag.
We enjoyed this coffee.
I was pleasantly surprised by this one. I haven't had any Brazilians that I've liked until now. Very, very balanced.
Ok. Very Light
Best coffee we've had from mistobox. Great depth of flavor while also being delicate and brewed well across multiple brew types.
Tasty but not my favorite.
We used it only for espresso drinks. It made great drinks with milk and held up in hot and iced lattes, but also a wonderful espresso shot: well-rounded and with a nice crema.
This one is excellent! Manages to provide a good citrus notes without being overpowering or bitter
Not a fan
I really enjoyed this coffee. It had a great full body to it and was a very smooth coffee. Enjoyed the citrus aspect of it along with the caramel/ chocolate taste. Would really enjoy trying some mor fruity/floral coffees though to learn how I like them compared to the chocolate ones.
It is fairly balanced, though with our water we found too many roasty characteristics for our liking.
very smooth and citrus
Was able to pull out the citrus and brown sugar notes, but wasn't wowed by the complexity of flavors.
My favorite mistobox shipment so far! It's incredibly well-balanced with fruity and toasted sugar notes. I'm a big fan.
Well balanced coffee. Just to my liking.
Super smooth, great coffee.
Had a difficult time finding a cup that wasn’t muddled. Attempted many brew styles and none sat that well with me - I’d give this a pass next time.
Solid medium coffee. I didn't taste much citrus acidity, but it was good.
This coffee is rad but is there a roast that is btw this klatch and carahino as far as boldness? That would be the sweet spot. I wouldn’t mind more chocolate notes if possible
This was not my favorite. I felt like it lacked a fullness that I liked and was a little bitter.
Really enjoyed this. Came off bright and complex without being too bold or heavy
4 1/2 stars. This is my favorite coffee so far. Very easy drinking, nice and smooth. I definitely get the orange blossom and brown sugar notes.
I'm a hard grader - I'm saving five stars for a coffee that blows me away. I have high hopes for the Night Moves that is coming next!
Loved this one!
Loved this one! Nice and smooth and rich.
This was a good quality coffee but I didn’t enjoy it as much as my previous roast.
This is a good coffee but a little "light" for my taste. It seems that it isn't as strong as other flavors when I use the same number of scoops. I like it--it's not bitter or harsh. However, I wouldn't make it a first choice.
Good except the citrus flavor, not my fav profile.
I taste more caramel than citrus, but it was a nice balance of being roasty without being too dark and light without being too acidic
We enjoyed this coffee. We brewed it as a pour over. At times, I could distinguish the caramel or the chocolate flavors more and I wasn’t as big of a fan of those. However, overall it was smooth and quite tasty.
Coffee was way darker than advertised and both tasted and smelled ashy.
Great coffee. I enjoyed the floral aroma. The dark sugar/caramel flavors were good. I would like to see more fruit forward coffees.
Great coffee that is very well balanced. Small citrus notes balance the caramel flavors. Some chocolate notes were the only flavor I was missing.
Straightforward. Did not get the citrus notes but it was mainly used in espresso. Did not cut through espresso particularly well.
I like this. balance is great. Def my speed. Thanks!
Smooth, perfect for french press morning coffee! The flavor is pleasing and not overwhelming. I'm really enjoying it!
This was really enjoyable. The caramel seemed pronounced providing a rich flavor.
Love this coffee! Might be my favorite. So smooth.
Loved the flavor profile
Love the sweetness and citrus. Smooth and balanced with a long finish. Excellent.
We enjoyed this quite a lot more than the first coffee we were sent. Overall, a very nice coffee. The roast level was good, and it was quite balanced and smooth. It could have used a bit more nuance in the flavors and maybe some brighter flavor notes (if that is a correct description), but over all, very good.
Good taste but a bit too weak
It was slightly over roasted.
Loved this coffee. It changed the way I think about Brazilian coffee. The light roast was perfect and allowed for the citrus to really come forward. It was a nicely balanced cup though, leaving behind the light chocolate tones.
So far this one was my favorite
This coffee is quite nice, the caramel flavor really comes through and with some coaxing I also get a nice hint of citrus on the finish. I am quite happy with this, but it comes out bitter with my brewing method. I will probably adjust some things and enjoy this even more.
Very ok cup. Brewed in my clever coffee brewer and didn't get much nuance. Ok cup, more full body, and no citrus at all. I like to have more subtleties in my coffee.
Excellent. Perfectly balanced.
Solid. Nothing spectacular, but solid.
Good, but a little on the dark side for my taste.
Too bitter and light
First impression is the coffee is much better than my first coffe.
I liked the roast level - medium style coffee.
Flavors - the flavor profile was a lot more balanced than the first coffee
Coffee Characteristics - I like how smooth this is
By far the best one I've had thus far. Keep them coming like this.
I found this coffee to be quite weak in flavor overall using my normal pour-over grind size (hario). I was able to detect the citrus which was nice, but it was very faint. When I tried grinding the coffee more finely (closer to aeropress) I got more flavor but lost the citrus notes. My previous coffee despite being darker than I prefer was better quality and had better flavor overall.
Much too mellow, I need something bolder
Great choice, i loved the smell of this coffee, just incredible. However the taste was a bit bitter, compared to the first one as I prefer a smoother tasting coffee and brew mine a little bit gentler.
It was ok. It wasn’t as light or flavorful as the last one. It said it had notes of citrus but I didn’t pick up on that. I don’t mind medium roasts as long as they are still on the lighter side and have a nice floral or fruity flavor profile.
This is nice and soft flavor. Carefull, this roast was prone to turn to powder on me in my hand grinder. I will be trying coarser grinds.
I really enjoyed the initial richness of the chocolate notes and the citrus finish. This roast was rich but also refreshing, didn't leave a lingering heaviness in my mouth and wasn't too acidic which is perfect for my tastes.
Excellent. A strangely delicious dessert coffee.
I liked the smoothness of this coffee and I could see why it's tagged with having a caramel aftertaste. But for my next shipment I'd like to try a bolder flavor, either one that's more acidic or one which has more intense flavor notes.
This is. Good coffee, balanced, but not as bright or flavorful (full bodied?) as last week’s. Didn’t care for it the first time I tried it, but it grows on you.
Just threw this in the chemex and love it!
Wow! This coffee was smooth, opened beautifully, and both smelled and tasted great. Not too big or acidic, extremely tasty. One of the best coffees we have had. Will likely seek this coffee again in the future. Brewed in the clever dripper.
Really solid. The coffee is more muted for flavor than the Day Tripper that we started with. But I am able to make consistently good coffee even with my variables changing more than I like. I am getting a small amount of the citrus and want to try and get more of it.
I liked this one! Compared to the first coffee received, I felt this one had more depth of flavor. And the aroma in the morning was wonderful!
Is it possible to include a decaf for one of our shipments?
Chirag & Uma
Good balanced coffee, with a subtle hint of citrus.
An enjoyably smoothe cup of coffee overall. Milk chocolate and citrusy notes. Lingering acidity. I have a tendency to lean towards coffees with chocolatey and nutty notes but am more than open to experiencing what else MISTOBOX has to offer. I have also had a tendency to lean towards medium to dark roasts. I’m finding that I’m enjoying light to medium roasts even more so.
Easy to pull solid espresso shots.
We love this coffee. It's mild and well balanced. Not at all sour.
In the words of Public Enemy- don’t believe the hype. Tried everything I could to pull out as much flavor from this coffee as possible but it just wouldn’t budge. Very one sided coffee. Looks great and all but the taste just tastes like regular ol coffee. If you’re just going for something in your drip then this would be a good one, but I wasn’t diggin it on pourover.
Not crazy about citrus aromas in coffee in general
The overall flavor profile of this variety was a little more nuanced than I am used to, but it was pleasant to drink. The acidity was apparent on the finish but it was mild as described.
a bit on the weak side for me
Our favorite so far!
I thought this coffee made an ok cup. It wasn't anything spectacular. Pour over was mild and lacked flavor. The saving grace was it had a pretty nice flavor (citrusy) when pulled from the espresso machine.
Description was on point in regards to the medium body and the mild citrus acidity, but I found the overall effect of the taste "hollow" and left more to be desired. Perhaps this was due to the fact that I was using a hand drip instead of an espresso machine.
FYI I intend to switch to cold brewing my coffee due to my schedule so maybe something that would steep well for the next batch?
A little too light for my taste. The only discernible note for me was chocolate, didn't pick up any citrus at all.
This was a well-balanced coffee that worked well across all brewing methods. On Eva Solo, it did come out lighter than expected. Solid on the ceramic dripper from Bee House. Highly recommended for a go-to.
Wonder full brew. It lived up to it's description
Love this one! Definitely got the caramel notes.
Klatch Coffee delivered a chocolaty, sweet Brazilian to our doorstep. The initial taste brings you the earthy, medium body that you'd expect from a Brazil. However, the surprise occurs during the sweet finish. I don't remember the last time I tasted a Brazil that sweet. I didn't pick up on much of the citrus. However, that could have been a result of the brew method. Klatch's Brazilian was good. (3 stars for preference, not quality of bean)
Very smooth coffee. I would have liked to have tasted a lot bit more of the citrus notes that this coffee claims to have.
Very good balanced flavors. Very picky with brew time, however.
Had first cup using Chemex with filtered water to brew. Enjoyed the taste.
we liked the single origin :)
Full, rich taste with chocolate and brown sugar notes. A hint of orange flavor really brings out the chocolate. Light acidity, medium mouthfeel.
nice daily coffee!
we really liked the finish on this cup
Fantastic coffee. Another great coffee from Brazil. I liked it best brewed with french press. Great with or with out milk. I found it had a bit of honey sweetness in the taste as well. Delicious medium roasted magic.
This was one of my favorites. I would not mind having this one sent to me again. I enjoyed the aromoa, taste and the sweetness.
I was really expecting to love this coffee, definitely seems right up my taste alley, but it underwhelmed. It wasn't bad, not in the slightest, but I just couldn't get any flavors to pop. I tried different brew methods and recipes, but just couldn't get this dialed in to where I wanted it. Odds are this is user error rather than a true judgment on the coffee itself!
It was alright. Nothing to write home about.
I love the roast on this. It was not too dark nor was it too light. I do like the sweetness of the profile, but I do prefer more berry in my profile. I do like a sweeter profile than the nutty profile of others, and this coffee had a great sweetness. The only thing that would be a dial in to my "sweet spot" is if the profile had a stronger berry to it.
I really liked the citrus addition to this-- when brewed with lower steep time (2:30 for 400g) it really hihglights the citrus against a backdrop of chocolate.
Unfortunately, I wasn't a fan of this one. It was too dark for my tastes, and there weren't very many layers to it. It tasted "thin" if that makes sense. I was able to draw out the citrus flavors after some tinkering using a kalita wave, but the flavors were still rather weak compared to other coffees I've had. For the most part, it just tasted like plain medium roast coffee. I'd prefer a lighter roast than this one, with more layers, and more pumped up flavor notes. Hope my notes were helpful, and thank you!
Love the mild acidity and the hints of brown sugar
Amazing. Truly 2 coffee flavors one followed by another..... light citrus followed by rich deep coffee. Unreal.
I like a clean, bright, citrusy or floral coffee, but this went beyond "clean" to being simply weak. There is little flavor here -- the first cup I brewed really tasted just like hot water. I would not like to receive this again.
It was okay, but didn't love it.
Not may favorite. Didn't taste as "Premium" so to speak.
Not bad, but not great. Was not the most memorable of coffees
Great crema from espresso, smooth with some acidity. Would prefer more acidity from a lighter roast with more fruit flavors.
Pretty good, just didn't get me excited. To be fair, I ran out of pour-over filters so I've been french-pressing. The smell of the grind is unreal good though.
This coffee seems very bitter and burnt tasting. It kind of reminds me of something that Starbucks would sell, and that's not a good thing. We don't drink Starbucks at all. It leaves a strong aftertaste and a dry mouth. Maybe roasted too
Much? Definitely one of my least favorites that I have received. Brewed in a French press.
good stuff! I've been on a moka pot kick recently, and this coffee delivered a very good cup. It was a little too much on the acidic side, but not much to complain about. I wish I was better at picking out the more complex flavors, but I can say I enjoyed this coffee
Smell seemed stale upon opening, taste was also disappointing.
Roasty and Peanut-Buttery at best, this batch of Brazil Black Diamond by Klatch Coffee did not live up to the award-winning promises touted on the side of its bag. Even after several trials of different brew ratios and grind settings, this coffee did not offer much sweetness or nuance. We wonder if our bag had a sealing defect, causing early staling and inhibition of flavor characteristics. It had only been 4 days since roast date by the time we opened and brewed it.
That was fantastic
Burnt-tasting and a bit bitter for my tastes.
Can't get any sweetness or acidity out of this. Medium+ body makes it feel muddy and bitter in the mouth
This one was the best one so far!!!! Keep more of this kind coming!!!
This was a good coffee, but the flavor was nothing special. Very plain, but still solid.
This coffee isn't bad by any means, it's just a little plain. Typical nutty and chocolatey Brazilian coffee with a hint of acidity. The aroma is really nice but the flavor itself doesn't match it.
We could not really taste the flavors very well with our chemx or french press
This coffee is definitely balanced, but the orange in it is not very prominent at all. Still a decent coffee though.
I would probably give this about a 3.5. This coffee may be a little too bright for me. I thought I would like that it's more balanced, but it's coming off a little acidic at times. I still do like it though. I may like the nuttier coffees better, but lighter on the nutty and rich flavors.
Coffee is obviously a matter of preference and opinion, so this is only mine. That said, this was a very disappointing roast, and for me represents everything that is wrong with modern roasting approaches. We know there is a trend toward ever-lighter roasting to better "represent the flavor of the coffee," but when taken to the extreme the result just isn't coffee at all to me. This is a good example of that.
The raw beans had a nice, albeit very subtle, aroma. Definitely a little chocolate in there and actually kind of a nice nutty overtone. Once ground, the aroma really dissipates and I found it had to kind of chase it to find it - "there it is, oops where'd it go!?). I then brewed it in a Behmor Brazen at 202 degrees, 60 grams for .9L, which for most roasts would be a very stout, well-rounded brew. The result was so lacking in character that I can only liken it to a hot cup of diluted lemonade. I wound up tossing the pot. To better gauge the true essence of the roast, I then brewed using my Aeropress with a heavy hand...if there was any flavor in there, it would find it. Again, the result is almost entirely without coffee characteristics, just a hot cup of acidity, with an insipid background note that's almost like a grain - green wheat comes to mind, almost like Postum. To me, this isn't "citrusy," it's just weak and acidic.
Again, just my opinion - but this one is not my cup of tea :)
It was definitely 4.5 stars. I liked the first shipment more.
Once I got it dialed in, I could definitely get the orange citrus notes. Pretty good overall.
There were many days that I just dumped my cup over ice and enjoyed the refreshment along with the caffeine. The coffee did its job, but there was nothing too remarkable with this cup...for me.
Very roasty. I get some traces of the orange blossom mentioned but there's a definite charcoal aftertaste which is not very pleasant. The coffee is drinkable, but at this price point I'm very disappointed in the product.
I like the flavors. It's smooth but has a little bite/backbone. This coffee is pleasing to me.
Run of the mill Brazilian brewed with Clever Dripper. Need more time with this one...