The Cafe Del Sol was blended and roasted for you by Bird Rock Coffee Roasters. This blend is a custom combination of coffees from Colombia and Ethiopia. It brings together incredible sweetness and dynamic flavors that are sure to be a delight for any coffee drinker. This blend tastes great on all brewing methods from cold brew and espresso to drip.
Bit sour... but interesting fruits. Would like something with cool flavors in the future that would brew well in woodneck, aeropress or ninja coffee machine. Maybe branch out on roast (curator choice!).
The berry/clementine flavors came out in an americano with a touch of milk, but muted when made in a stronger espresso to milk ratio (cortado/flat white). Not a flavor profile we enjoy, too light of a roast and too fruity.
Too fruity. Not a fan.
Not unpleasant but a little odd and unsatisfying.
Nice flavor, very drinkable on it's own. Had more of a roasty flavor than I expected (for being labeled light/med).
Near perfect for me.
It was too light of a roast for my taste.
Good but not quite strong enough - maybe we need to increase the amount we use?
The Cafe Del Sol is a really nice med-light bodied coffee but for me not quite rich enough for espresso. I will most likely drink it as a pour over until I receive the next coffee installment. For espresso I prefer a little more body or richness. For reference, my normal espresso staple is Temple's Dharma espresso blend.
After making 3 different brews (Chemex, experimenting with brew temps and grinds) I find the flavor quite roasted and heavy (despite it being labeled as a medium/light roast)
Nice flavor blend. Right balance of richness.
This coffee has one of the best flavor profiles I’ve ever had. Very rich, smooth, and smells incredible. Easily a top 3 if not the best.
We really enjoyed this blend, very light.
It was ok. Didn’t get a nice whiff of fresh coffee upon opening the bag, which makes me question the freshness.
Delicious! The citrus and brightness definitely came through.
Remarkable cuppa 5/5
this coffee tended toward the bitter side with a finish that some might call 'buttery' but mostly I found myself struggling to drink at all. I didn't get much of the 'dynamic flavors', the 'clementine', 'blackberry', or really anything you could describe as 'vibrant' from this coffee. The description does not align with the reality at all.