The Colombia Supremo was carefully roasted for you by Goshen Coffee Company. Grown by small holder producers in the Antioquia region between 1,300 - 1,650 meters, this fully washed coffee is a perfect example of why we love coffees from Colombia. This coffee has a comforting aroma of salted fudge & hazelnuts with a sweet milk chocolate flavor.
I wanted to like this bag, but was not a fan. Did not enjoy the tasting notes and left an unpleasant aftertaste.
Sad too say but I really struggled to get through this coffee. It was so incredibly bitter. Nothing I tried ever made it more palatable for me.
It was good, but lacked complexity
I really liked the coffee, and was surprised to like it so much as I hate hazelnuts or any hint of hazelnut flavoring. Colombian coffee is the smoothest coffee out there.
Goshen is consistently good. Perfectly roasted with really nice flavors. I'm already excited to see Goshen on the way!
Well balanced, smooth
This is an excellent every day coffee that turns the day into something special, all day long.
This coffee was fine, but the taste was not strong - it was a little bland compared to the previous coffee.
Not bad, wouldn't get it again.
Enjoyed this very much. Aromatic, and tasty.
Bitter. Acidic. Disappointed this was chosen for my taste. Will not finish this bag of coffee.
The original flavor was good but it left a horrible aftertaste in my mouth the entire day. I could not get rid of it. I will not be drinking any more of this.
Phenomenal coffee - me and my girlfriend loved it. Please keep sending more like these!
Not for me. Too tangy.
This has been our favorite coffee out of the lot. Smooth, rich, bold and perfect!
So good, one of my favs.
My wife loved it
This coffee was solid, but nothing overly special about it.
It's good not great. Makes a solid cup of coffee. Colombian beans seem to be par for the course in terms of what I'm used to tasting in America.
Decent flavor upfront, but ends too light.
Good flavor, great aroma.
Enjoyed the balanced flavor of this one.
Favorite one I've received
oops. . . rated prematurely.
Flavor notes were good, but it was a bit weak when brewed.
Didn't love this one as much as others I have received. Perhaps it is the hazelnut flavorings, which I do not tend to like.
Seemed to be more of a darker roast than I've had lately.
I wasn't impressed with the coffee. For some reason it had a distinct after taste in the back of my throat that reminded me of tomato juice.
Did not like this one.
Very nice flavors. Well balanced coffee
One of the worse I've had from Mistobox! Through out and moved on.
A little on the bland side
Smells amazing! And the taste is light but good. Great for drinking black.
Good but not great, nice morning cuppa though.
Did not like this coffee at all, undrinkable
This coffee had an awful taste to it, reminded me of getting coffee at a deli where it's been left on the burner all day long.
This coffee had a very high wet paper or cardboard note to it.
The tasting notes are a bit misleading. Brewed in a pourover on medium grind setting. The milk chocolate note is there on the front of the tongue but it’s barely detectable. That is because the citrus aspect really overpowers any other tasting note. I enjoyed the citrus because it did not have that familiar sour tang feeling on the tongue so it was well rounded and not too overpowering. However, I’m not a citrus lover to begin with in my coffee as much as I enjoyed this cup. I’d recommend this coffee for citrus lovers but maybe not for fans of Colombian who expect that earthy, chocolate taste.
Despite trying pretty much every trick I had for my typical pour-over brew, I was unable to brew a well-balanced cup. I went through multiple grind sizes and pour techniques but nothing seemed to work. I found this overly acidic at best and overly bitter at worst.
Please, no more Columbian Supremo! This may be the worst coffee I've gotten from MB. Vapid with a sour/tart finish and slight metallic aftertaste, it could be mistaken for (stale) Folgers or Maxwell House. Goshen roasts some great coffee and it may be my tastes but I haven't met a Colombian yet that I liked and this one continues that trend.