This coffee will be fresh roasted for you. We expect Populace Coffee will roast and ship this coffee in 1-2 business days depending on their roasting schedule.
This is the Colombia Narino brought to you by Populace Coffee. Grown by small holder producers in the Nariño region between 1,800 - 2,200 meters, this fully washed coffee is a perfect example of why we love coffees from Colombia.This coffee has notes of caramel and molasses sweetness with a pleasant, balanced acidity of grapefruit and apples.
This is good but the acidity level is a bit much for me.
Didn’t like the grapefruit in it. Tasted sour
Slightly lighter than my usual, but a nice brew
Great cup of coffee! Perfectly roasted
Too bright for my tastes. Can't decide if sour or bitter or just too bright.
Very smooth, great taste.
Yum! Very smooth and tasty.
I like it a lot. Brewed with V60, Commandante MKIII, and Barista Hustle water. I'm still getting into the finer points of coffee tasting, but I found this coffee to produce a very smooth and balanced cup. I've dialed it in and the taste changes a lot during the cup. Not quite sure what the flavors were, but it went from being acidic to sweet as the cup cooled down. Overall very pleased with it.
Average taste and lacking interesting flavors. Likely will not get through this batch of beans.
Well-balanced, caramel/chocolate overtones were great.
It’s good! I enjoyed it but doesn’t have as many complex notes as I like sometimes?
Also enjoyed this one
After having my third cup, I can say there’s a sort of sweetness in this coffee. Something syrupy like molasses, but also a nice balance of acidity. It pairs really well with my toast and apricot jelly breakfast. Overall, would probably get again.
I was not a fan of this coffee; not because it was especially terrible, but because it just didn't not match my preferred profile. The roast level was pretty spot on, but I didn't love any other part of the tasting or aroma notes.
Pleasant indeed. Nice medium body with that dark sugar backbone and a touch of acidity. I didn't find a way into more demanding complexity, but this stood out as the kind of coffee you could enjoy every day.