All flavor notes on first brew at 199 degrees with v60 (Kazuya method). Great cup.
Very fruity (berries) and juicy! The aroma, the flavor: all delicious. I generally LOVE Ethiopian Yirgacheffe coffees for this very reason and this bag did not disappoint. I mainly brewed using James Hoffmann's v60 method. I also tried his "espresso" method using an Aeropress and it was juicy deliciousness. Brandywine, keep doing the good work of the Coffee gods/spirits/mystics. lol. Keep those fruity, juicy light roasted coffees coming my way!
Loved this coffee. Love an African coffee with fruit and berry elements
Best coffee we have had
Bright, strawberries, very tangy
Really tasty coffee that is more in line with the Ethiopian kind I prefer. Nice subtle fruit
Some of the worst tasting and off putting coffee I've had from Mistobox. The coffee had all the wrong kinds of funk and I thought it was completely undrinkable.
I recently discovered the super special coffee beans from Ethiopia's Yirgacheffe region. Since then I've ben hunting for coffee from there, especially the ones processed naturally. (I tried several washed ones and they strip down the unique fruity flavor of the cherries which is very disappointing).
Brandywine's anaerobic process retains all of the brilliant cherry flavors! I cannot recommend it enough. I have a Breville Bambino plus and I uses these beans for espresso shots. Whether I make cappuccino or americano, the berry flavor shines through!
If you like specialty coffee where you can properly taste berries, this is the one for you.
Overall, I liked the coffee and its fruity notes. It was good, but I was expecting things a bit brighter. Definitely a solid cup I enjoyed.
Extremely fruit forward, almost like a hard candy. A very unique flavor, although it could be a bit too much to drink all the time.
Some of the best coffee I have had in a very long time
HELLA fruity. Tastes like berry.
Super fruity and berry flavored.
Really strong notes of cherries. A fine coffee reminding me of what Ethiopian coffees should be like.
Tasted moldy, rotten, and had a pretty strong taste of heated plastic. I wish I got what you guys got but i'm not ordering from this roaster again. Too many inconsistent offerings. Surprised you can mess up an Ethiopian.
This coffee tasted like a fruity natural but had overwhelming mold flavor and old fermented fruit overtones that made it undrinkable.
Love the complex, fruity flavor here. Brewed with a pour over using 20g of beans per 320ml of water, and it's come out consistently great with every cup.
I haven't had a coffee that has made me so excited about drinking coffee in a long time. This is like drinking a berry pie.
Outstanding, strawberry jam
There is almost an artificial taste like old candy
once of the most unusual and best coffees ive had in a long time. More of this type of thing please
Amazingly fruity. More of this please.
Fruity and bright. Good fresh and hot and stays interesting as it cools. I love anaerobic process coffee.
I can drink this, but I would not choose to. It sounds like it has all the features of a coffee I would love, so I can only imagine that the "anaerobic" portion of the process is what is ruining it for me.