The Brazil Dulce Signature was carefully roasted for you by Methodical Coffee. Two coffees, both from female producers, were blended together to produce a rich, nutty, and balanced cup. This is a 50/50 blend of a naturally processed Yellow Catuai coffee varietal and a honey processed Mondo Novo coffee varietal. The coffees were sourced and blended from two separate farms, Fazenda Morada Da Prata and Fazenda São Francisco, both operated by women producers Maria Helena Dumont and Selma Veira.
Nice iced or hot, excited to try it different ways. Unique flavor when cold brewed.
It was ok! Nothing to special about it!
Better than the first one.
Pretty good, Emily liked this one more
Underwhelming. Not much flavor.
It was delicious and balanced, not too bitter.
Honey processed coffee has a bit of a funk to it that some people really enjoy. I think it's interesting, but ultimately not a flavor profile I want first thing in the morning. It wasn't overly strong, but enough that I probably wouldn't choose this again.
Smooth and delicious
Tasty! But did not match how much I liked the Portrait coffee.
enjoyed when brewed as espresso or with aeropress. nothing to write home about, but good all around coffee especially for guests
Delicious, bright but subtle
I really like this one, 4.5 stars!
Delicious, but not notable
Fantastic. Great body for espresso, great flavor for aeropress and pour over
More of a daily basic coffee, light with some hazelnut and a bit of cola.
Mild and boring. This is the first brew I've had from Mistobox that I didn't like. Brewed with filtered water in v60, it's very flat and without much flavor.
My favorite so far
I liked the flavor it was a little on the heavy side for me but I still liked it a lot. I think the dark chocolate was a little too much for me.
Decent flavor but it wasnt consistent. Despite exact same brewing process it didn't keep the same taste from brew to brew.
Doesn’t work well with our machine
Better than the last one that you chose. The first one that I picked is still the best out of the three by far if you have anything similar to that.
Great for Espresso - nutty realy comes out in french press. Great packaging and a great coffee.
THe coffee had very noticable tobbaco tones. We did not find that to be very pleasent.
Really great coffee! Loved the blend and taste of this roast.
Not as flavorful as I had hoped. Even the aroma was lacking.
I enjoyed this one more than my more recent ones. Also, very cool that this one is just down the street from me, I'd been meaning to check them out anyway!
Easily my favorite so far.
Won’t order again
I enjoyed this blend. Very traditional taste with chocolate notes.
Earthy, acidic and sour. No detection of Dark Chocolate or Nut on my part. Too familiar to Maxwell House for my tastebuds to differentiate.
This wasn't a very good coffee, I saw very good reviews but it wasn't for me.
This wasn't our style. it wasn't bad, just not for us. It was almost slightly burned flavor and a citrus note we don't prefer.
Not a fan. Light, weird taste notes.
Has a bit of an unpleasant sourness
Best so far
Didn't like it. To my mouth, the nuttiness and cereal tastes clash. It's like mixing orange juice and toothpaste, if they were earthy + sooty elements instead.
Very strong chocolate flavor, it's good for those who like the rich and bitter taste of cocoa, but not my preference on a personal level.
Pretty good. Tasted a little citrusy to me.
Tastes like flowers, literally
Mike & Ellen
This is a great coffee. So rich and tasty. One of the best we have experienced.
Nice and roasty. Nothing too out of the box, but extremely solid flavor and depth
A bit too bitter for me (dark roasted). It did not offer much nuttiness or smoothness on the finish to counter the bitter edge
Great balance of flavors, smooth taste. Great for pour over and french press.
Pour over is okay; the dual sweet / fruity with earthy is... odds. But room temp press is great and gets alot of the chocolate flavor through!
Too bitter for my taste. Paired alright with sweet pastry but not my preferred all-around coffee.