This coffee will be fresh roasted for you. We expect Panther Coffee will roast and ship this coffee in 1-2 business days depending on their roasting schedule.
The Brazil Fazenda Santa Ines was carefully roasted for you by Panther Coffee. This pulped natural coffee was sourced from the growing region of Carmo de Minas in Brazil and was produced by the Pereira Family at 1,200 meters. This coffee has notes of milk chocolate, a mild pleasant acidity and a rich, creamy body.
This coffee was great, I could definitely taste the notes of chocolate and was an enjoyable different experience.
I prefer more blueberry, less chocolate notes.
This was decent but not my favorite. It was missing sweet notes and the flavor was kind of "murky"
Deep and chocolate-ly, but somewhat flat and not as fruit or nutty as we'd like.
Huge dark chocolate, rich orange and some light stone fruit. Really clean and medium bodied cup.
I can't edit my previous review, so I'll add another. Now that I'm down towards the bottom of this bag, I have to say that I've grown to like it a bit more. It's not as fruity as I would normally buy, but I find I reach for it now when I want something that tastes like coffee and less like tea. So... long story short, 4 stars instead of 3.
Good coffee but it didn't wow me. Clean and balanced.
Jim & Jenna
We enjoyed this coffee just fine...it wasn't outstanding, but the body was nice, the flavor mellow. We liked it slightly less than the last coffee we received. It was hard to taste the plum fruit notes...it didn't seem fruity at all. It was neither too acidic nor too sour. If we had to choose a lighter or darker roast from this one, lighter would be preferred.
This was great coffee. If I were someone else, I might even give it 5 stars. For me personally, this coffee was right-on when it comes to chocolaty goodness, but lacked some of the other complexities that I had expected from the coffee's description. Still, great coffee.
This is okay coffee. There's nothing about it that I hate and nothing about it that I love...it's just coffee. I would put it just left of sweet on the flavor wheel, in that nutty/cocoa range. It's hard for me to pull out many nuanced flavors because the nutty character is so strong. I'll certainly finish the bag, but I would not buy it again.
This coffee has been a pleasant morning starter. To me, it is well balanced and I can taste most predominately milk chocolate. I know the notes of this coffee said citrus as well as milk chocolate but I could not get those to be consistent morning to morning. The chocolate was most consistent when prepared with the v60. I typically prefer cups with more bright berry notes but this a been a good change of pace. I enjoy have a well rounded flavor profile and the more coffees I try the more my taste is expanded. Coffee is a hobby and more than a drink to me so I love getting try coffees from all over the world and prepared by different shops. This one from Panther is no different. I'm not super picky and I am pretty sure I will like whatever you guys decide to send. I just like drinking coffee and having new experiences with every new bag. Thanks so much!
It was too dark and not very sweet. I would like something more fruity and less chocolatey. Maybe Panama or something from Africa.
roasty, acidic and unpleasant, little to no complexity, did not enjoy.
I couldn't get it to pop out like I liked, with any juiciness, but it was decent and chocolately and smooth.
Not detecting any acidity in this one and the rich creaminess is tending towards the muddy. Perhaps a bad batch?
The Brazil Fazenda Santa Ines is a very good, balanced cup of coffee. Nosing the aroma, you get a hints of dark chocolate and roasted nuts. The first taste that hits your tongue is that dark chocolate note, but it then opens up into a plethora of earthy spices- nutmeg, allspice, and a hint of pecan. You then have a mild acidic feel come through that does hint to the citrus taste, but its not as prominent or forward. It then ends with a delightfully smooth and creamy finish.
I should probably try this a few more times before reviewing, but so far I'm very happy w it. Compared to the fruit and tea I tasted in the onyx I previously drinking, this is much more subtle when it hits the tongue, then rich and chocolate. I'm still wrapping my brain around these lighter roasts so it's difficult to say which I like more. I like the rich chocolate of the panther and the bright fruit of the onyx. Surprise me!
Tastes ashy, bitter and dirty. No discernible notes on the sweet scale.
This was by far the best coffee we have received yet! The flavors are not overbearing but, they are definitely present. It's rich with a great body and hits every note we were looking for!
Mmmm. Now this is what I'm talking about! My palette is not sophisticated enough to pick up the milk chocolate notes, but this coffee is really smooth and tasty. I am a fan!
I enjoyed this coffee. So far I've only used it by grinding in a ceramic coffee grinder and brewed it in an Aeropress, but so far so good.
It created a nice, creamy slurry in the Aeropress so I was excited to taste it. I really prefer coffees with a strong chocolate presence, which this does, so I would be happy with this bean as a morning staple of mine.
Beyond silky - this was an incredibly lush coffee to brew. Notes of carmel and roasted marshmallow balanced out by deep rich woody flavors. One of my favorites.
A little harsh tasting - almost too bright.
Another good bean from Panther!
Preferred this brewed in the Moka perculator,. Nice and rich, would make a great espresso..
Something wrong with roast - can smell it. Not normal for Panther.
Huge coffee - intense sweetness and strong lemon notes. Very engaging