This is the Papua New Guinea brought to you by Dillanos Coffee Roasters. Grown in the remote Mt. Jabara region by villagers with a long heritage and tradition of coffee production, Dillanos' Papua New Guinea's deep characteristics stand out in the cup. This cup is complex, with caramel sweetness and herbal notes complemented by subtle dark fruit notes.
I was not as much of a fan of the fruity notes of this coffee. I think I like more nutty flavors.
Did not receive Jan order
Prefer a darker roast and not a fan of the earthy aftertaste.
Not bad but brewed a little bit too acidic and fruit-y for me. Too light of a roast for me.
I liked it as a drip. good flavor.
Would like something a little darker. Tasty, enjoyed.
I enjoyed the first coffee I was sent more than this one. This one did not wow me and I can't quite put my finger on why, but the coffee sort of tasted underextracted no matter how I ground/brewed it. Maybe it wasn't full bodied enough? But I don't necessarily need a dark roast or chocolatey notes to enjoy a coffee. Maybe medium-light was too light a roast, though. I don't remember the last Papua New Guinea I've had so it might have been getting used to that too.
Very smooth and great depth
I found the blend to be complex and full flavor of medium boldness.
it's nice! i think i prefer orange notes to caramel.
We didn't like this as much as the Deep Space Blend from Good Folks. It had what seemed like a flowery aftertaste, not as pleasant as that chocolatey or carmel smoothness. Maybe we like darker roasts more than we thought!
Solid, would drink this often. But it doesn't have anything out of the ordinary or interesting. Not that it's bad, just not *special*.
Kim & Dave
Just the way we like it! Not overbearing and goes down so smooth.
absolutely love it
It was a little too “fruity”. Was nice and smooth which I prefer. Also prefer a darker roast. Thanks, Mark
Liked it much better than the first one - enjoyed the roast level - liked the fruitiness - would like slightly bolder taste.
I've been pretty heavily drawn towards PNG coffees since visiting Hub Coffee Roasters in Reno, NV in 2015. Their riverside cafe still stands as one of the most memorable coffee shop experiences of my life, and their single origin PNG Kunjin on espresso still holds a unicorn-like status for me.
That being said, I've only gotten the chance so far to brew this PNG from Dillanos on V60 so far, but it is stunning. It's got the killer body that I've come to expect and lust for in a PNG with some subtle sweetness that leads to a fully herbaceous and slightly earthy finish. Excited to put this through the Aeropress later and may have to take this into work and pull some on a proper espresso machine, as I think it'll be balance enough to shine as a shot. AMAZING PICK! THANK YOU!
Nice as both pourover (Chemex) and Aeropress. Complex, with sweetness, earthiness, acidity. It's the second Papua New Guinea coffee we've had and we've really liked both.
Smooth and flavorful!
Tasted exactly as it smelled--carmely, rich and very tasty, I'd never heard of this brand but would definitely buy again.
Definitely got some sweetness from the caramel. A little floral sometimes but i might be mistaking that for the herbal. Overall it was pretty good.
Really light and not very flavorful.
I loved it! Good smell to it, a nice mild and smooth taste!
Very good. Much better than first shipment. Papua New Guinea more in keeping with my preference for a bolder coffee
This one seemed over-roasted. It muddied the flavor profile and was very difficult to draw out any complexity. Not sure if it was just this batch. I initially used pour-over but quickly realized it was better suited for immersion brew method. It was ok with a French Press or Clever, but far less conducive with a v60 and the like. Definitely not Medium-Light as the coffee indicates on the packaging.
This was very good. I have never had a coffee from this area and was very excited to try it. I typically enjoy more fruity, citrus, and earthy flavors in my coffee. This one had a more chocolate, fudge, and heavier flavor to it. While I enjoyed the coffee I have preferred the other 2 coffees that I tried much more.
Like the texture, very round. Twiggy/forest floor character, baking spices in the finish. There's a roasty quality that comes across as burnt on the finish that I don't love, but good overall.
Awesome earthiness and flavor. If it were a pinch muddier, this would be a 5. Great coffee!
I liked the velvety feel and complex flavor of this coffee. It didn't taste too roasted and it seemed like I could taste the caramel complexity. Good!
On the darker side, There's a lot going on here that I'm not experienced enough to pick out. Full bodied? Sure. The caramel background is nice. Smelled fruity in the bag, but I don't think that taste made it into the cup. I may have waited too long to really dig into it.
I preferred the first coffee. Too roasty for my preference.
Prepared as French Press. Found the cup to be inconsistent. When I missed, it was a fine cup. When I hit, herbal notes were very enjoyable and easy to find. Could not find the caramel, but if you can dial this one in, its still a wonderful cup.
Unique aroma and unusual, intricate flavor. I'm really enjoying this coffee. This is the kind of new coffee experience I hoped for with this subscription.
Would prefer something a little more bold and flavorful. This seemed like a classic breakfast blend coffee.
Finally a coffee we truly enjoyed from Mistobox. Didn't hurt that it came from Dillanos!
Mild and Subtle.
David and Cortney
The roast was darker than I would prefer. Also, there was no roasting date which seemed odd.
Straightforward but delicious. Excellent mouth feel and balanced caramel
not good for us at all -- too sweet
Really good, it's got a richer flavor than the Guatemala I had previously. Love.
Pretty good coffee overall. Not very strong, but it has a nice smooth feel to it.
Missing the bite i look for in a brew, but made a good cup of coffee
Very nice and smooth.
Possibly the best coffee I've ever had...and I normally don't even like light/med light roast coffee. It brews beautifully in an aeropress, and makes a rich and full-bodied cup of coffee. Will definitely buy again.
Loved it, flavorful, rich, strong.
Initial taste is a bit weak, middle taste is okay but muddled, and the finish is too much like smoke or ash for my tastes.
Good medium to light roast with caramel and buttery notes. Not bitter or smoky and finishes clean. Great breakfast coffee, and good just about anytime.
Diana & Richard
We like this coffee, but for the next batch could we get something a bit stronger/bolder? Thanks!
This coffee has a smooth, yet flavorful taste. Perfect for breakfast.
this is a good coffee. little lighter than medium, and not strong on any flavor. it resembles more of a rich low acid flavor, and its got a great resemblance to its other of the same roasters.
It tastes great :)
Smelled freshly roasted. Taste is light the way I like it, but has a strong chemical-like taste. Not a fan.
Pretty strong, best in the aeropress.Hints of sweetness.
great in both espresso and pour over
Fresh, and with good but indistinct flavor. Good everyday cup.