This coffee will be fresh roasted for you. We expect Case Coffee Roasters will roast and ship this coffee in 1-2 business days depending on their roasting schedule.
This is the Epiphany House Blend brought to you by Case Coffee Roasters. This is a seasonally changing blend made up of fresh crop coffees that are usually sourced directly at origin. We specifically select components that create a rich, chocolatey cup with a creamy mouthfeel. It is tailored to be a versatile coffee that is delicious as espresso, with milk or black.
A little heavier than I like. It is good to me but not great.
Another really solid coffee. Smooth and rich, a little heavy, but not too bad.
Love the rich caramel and chocolate tones!
I am really enjoying this coffee and hope to order it again. It is exactly as described- very smooth with chocolatey flavor.
Very light I can barely taste that is coffee
Really nice flavors
better than the first coffee I received.!Needed half&half instead of milk to get the best taste.
Coffees from the Americanas were always too “strong”. Arabica beans and Indonesian (Java/Sumatra agreed more
Really enjoyed this coffee. The caramel flavor was easy to pick up on and it was an enjoyable brew.
Great flavor and balance
I liked this one better than the first
The caramel notes really pop once the coffee has cooled slightly. The smooth balance of the flavors stands out compared with some of the highly acidic local roasters who are going for more of an Australian style. This is a solid coffee, but we haven't enjoyed it as much as some of the others.
ZERO CARAMEL FLAVOR. EXTREMELY SOUR. TASTES VAGUELY OF CHICORY. AWFUL.
great chocolate notes, but not much else. medium-heavy body. roasted quite well -- not too earthy. currently prefer something that leans fruity though.
Brew notes: V60, hot / 26g / 2.6 / 400g / 207° - great cup
Great for espresso, not so much for filter...
Loved this Coffee one of my favorites.
Really enjoyed this one - the notes of caramel and chocolate are so tasty. The roast is very light but without the sharp acidity that I don't like in some.
Let me preface, this is definitely a good coffee, but it doesn't really align with my tastes. It tastes darker than I typically enjoy. I'm not sure if that's because of the notes, or the roast level. I get a hint of a charred taste every now and then too, which I can't really pinpoint what it's from. Mostly, though, I taste dark chocolate, which I thought I would enjoy in a coffee, but not so much with this one. I typically really enjoy light and medium-light roasts. This coffee tastes like it could actually be around a medium or medium-dark roast level though. I also tend to enjoy single-origin more as well; blends are hit or miss for me, but I've definitely had blends that I've absolutely loved! I don't want to discount Case altogether, because I've heard some great things about them as a roaster. If I'm to try Case again, I would like to try a light-roast single-origin coffee from them.
Needs notes of citrus to brighten, good mild coffee
This brew has a rich, smooth, soothing feel to it. The chocolate tones and aromas add a decadent feel to a full bodied cup of quality coffee. This is a good evening coffee, or a brew for contemplative, creative work. While I might not choose this coffee to kick off a day of running around and high-paced meetings, I would definitely brew a pot for a day of writing or to curl up by the fire on a cold winter morning.
This coffee is high quality, but too dark and roasty for my tastes.
Just rich and dark, not really much flavor here, slightly bitter, no creamy mouthfeel. The beans smell bad, there's no hint of chocolate or caramel to be found, instead smelling (and sort of tasting) like cheap maxwell house. I was worried I was over extracting the grounds so I made another cup to be sure. 200 degrees F, one minute steep. My wife agrees, it tastes poor. Conclusion, it's just the coffee, just dark unflavored slightly burnt tasting with a very mild and bitter dark chocolate aftertaste. Not the worst coffee I've had, but it's far from the best. This is the second batch in a row that we've thought tasted "meh" I thought it's just us, but we bought some beans at a local market. Medium roast and flavors of Chocolate, Vanilla and Hazelnut, we could pick out the flavors and the whole house smelled delicious, friends commented while entering how good it smelled, and the coffee was just as good tasting. This isn't even close to anything like that. Overall, I give this a 2.25/5.
The flavor of raisins was super strong in this one and I loved it.
tasted great.. headed in the right direction...
This coffee is divine both hot and iced. I love it.
A pretty good breakfast coffee. Nut, and chocolate flavors are strong. A bit bitter and acidic. Better with sugar and milk.
I like the Epiphany House Blend significantly better than the first coffee. This one tastes richer and drinks more balances (no weird (sour?) aftertaste like the last one). I like the description of Graham Cracker, but it also reminds me the flavor of sweet orange flavored chocolate.
Please stop sending me this
another good one, Seth. These notes are pairing well with our "cold" weather here in LA.
Not a bad little daily drinker, but lacks some of the complexity I've see from some of the other coffee offering from MistoBox. Method V60 22g Virtuoso set to 16 370g of water at 201 degrees
All around "meh"
Love this one. I like my coffee very strong.. this was smooth and not bitter even when made very strong!
I actually disliked this coffee very much....had half a cup and tossed it all. I'm not sure if it is a flavored coffee, but the choc/nutty flavors ruined the coffee for me. I hope I do not get any more flavored type coffees.
Well-balanced, fruity blend.
Deep, complex flavors of chocolate, blueberry and a slight nutty finish make this house blend a delicious coffee. Starting off bold and punchy, the cup mellows out to reveal its secrets about halfway through, as the natural oils perfuse throughout the palette. Brought to the forefront at this point are very complex, but pleasant flavors that were not obvious at first sip. I found exploring the characteristics of this cup to be the most fascinating as it changed tone and character throughout the entire experience. If I have any complaints, it's that my batch may be just a tad over-roasted, as there was a great deal of bitterness at first taste. Letting the beans rest for a few days in the grinder while I went on a weekend vacation seemed to remedy this problem. While I didn't have time to try this, a coarser grind might also be recommended for the first week of consumption. I would also strongly recommend brewing with a method that preserves the natural oils as much as possible (I used a drip machine with a permanent gold filter, a French press or other method might be more effective), as this seems essential towards allowing the cup to balance itself out and reveal its inner self.
This was a pretty well-balanced cup with very well defined taste tones.
Great Balanced Coffee
This coffee is amazing! It's smooth, has a really well balanced taste and it just makes me feel all around calm drinking it. I seriously love this!
Our favorite so far. Great coldbrew
Absolutely wonderful cup of coffee. Helps getting up a little easier after each sip.
Dark without being overroasted.
Delicious blend, I could have this every morning. Nice body without being too full, and a sweet nutty flavor profile.
good tasting coffee. the only negative is that it is on the more mild side. would love a coffee with these flavors but a little more stronger.
Really liked this one!
This is an overall great grind. I went with a coarser grind and don't regret it. You can smell the fig from the bag and after you grind the beans, and the overall flavor from the brew cup is fabulous. It's sweet with almost a tangy after taste you probably get from the fig. Very good!
EDIT: I don't know if it's just my palate, but I didn't really enjoy this bag as much as I used to. I've tried a couple different grinds, but it's almost too bitter now.
Highly enjoyable. So smooth.
Pleasantly surprised by this one. Soft, smooth, velvety coffee.
This is a really nice coffee. Very smooth and clean with very little aftertaste. I usually add a little half and half, but drink this one black. I would definitely seek this one out to order again.
While I love the flavors of this coffee, it's very easy to make it go bitter. As it gets colder, the bitter becomes much more pronounced. That said, when it's first brewed it tastes fantastic.
favorite so far...
This is a very good coffee. Smooth from start to finish. One of my favorites so far.
Very delicious blend. This is one of my favorites yet. Just a good flavor!
This was amazing.
Nice and full-bodied. Enjoyed this one!
love this one!
A light blend with a fruity taste, yet not quite aggressive enough.
This coffee was great for when I wanted something to cold brew. The coffee came out very rich. When brewed in a pour over, it was good, but the flavor was very uniform. No subtle notes or any flavors that would get lost when topped up with a splash of cream.
Better than the last. Delicious. Even and tasty
seems darker than i usually like but decent enough with milk. better if the milk is warmed to bring out some sweetness.
This was amazing, and I would definitely drink it again in the future.
Very good! Loved the level of roast.
Absolutely AMAZING. Will buy this one again and again.
I would not get this one again, and I definitely won't finish the bag. Brewed our first pot of it this AM and while it has a terrific aroma, it has a bad after-taste. Something at the finish of the taste just gets beyond bitter towards sour. Not a good one.
My FAVORITE so far! Haven't used the Equator one yet. I've been saving them to share with my daughter, the gift-giver because it's fun to share