The Southern Gothic Signature Blend was blended and roasted for you by Quills Coffee. This coffee is a custom blend of coffees from Brazil and Colombia. Simple and straightforward, this coffee is intended to appeal to a wide audience of coffee lovers. This coffee is perfect for brewing as drip to enjoy the smooth, balanced cup with notes of dark chocolate and caramel.
This coffee has a great mouth feel to it. The caramel and chocolate flavors are both there, but not so strongly, which is nice. The chocolate taste becomes more pronounced as it cools down. It is very balanced, to the point where I'd mistake it for a medium blend if I didn't know anything about it. Sourness did not creep into the coffee as it cooled down, which was very nice.
Balanced, fragrant, and strong. Excellent for cold brew.
It’s very smooth and came out great in my press pot
Roast is too dark
First coffee I’m not a fan of, couldn’t really stand the taste, bitter and like drinking dirt. Thought I would have liked it based on the description and coffee origins.
Very subtle flavors, nothing really makes this pop or wow me. As the description says, simple and straight forward, very balanced. Not a bad cup of coffee, but the least interesting to me so far.
Pretty good! I liked the roast level, though I wish the taste was a but intenser + nuttier
Smooth and balanced with enough variety in tastes to keep things interesting.
Bold but not sour. Smooth and rich.
Still on the edge - sometimes great, sometimes a little bitter.
Nice. Like the hints of chocolate and caramel.
Great with V60
Dry, but okay would like something richer
Tasty. Definitely "simple and straightforward". A little on the strong side but good for tired mornings. Aroma is a little burnt smelling but tastes fine. Nothing that stands out.
My favorite so far.
Smooth and delicious. We used this bag up fast!
Pretty smooth but no kick.
This coffee was surprisingly good for lattes and straight shots of espresso. Based on customer reviews and the coffee description I almost switched it out but I’m glad I didn’t. Very good coffee.
Just a bad-tasting espresso. Based on the descriptors, I really thought I would have liked it, but it has kind of a burnt flavor.
Loved this coffee, the roast, the freshness, the flavors. Great!!
strong and flavorful, but i like slightly sweeter and fruitier blends
It's not bad, just sort of mediocre compared to some others. It's a bit lighter than I had hoped for.
Easily the best we've had so far!
Loved this one
This coffee was awesome! The smell was fantastic and the taste was perfect. Not too strong, not too weak.
Seemed to lack any real flavor. Tasted watery no matter what we tried (different maker, ice versus hot, etc).
Best coffee so far
Liked this one. Maybe a bit too mild flavored.
This was a good all around coffee, brewed with espresso machine, french press, V60. Decent overall.
Slightly underwhelming. No discernible flavors.
It was just ok. Not terrible but not great either because I forgot I even had it at one point. Flavor just fell flat. Mixed it with my rum coffee beans I got from the Bahamas for espresso & pour-over just to give it some flavor.
One of our favorites.
A clean cup but lacks complexity and a bit too acidic for me.
Good but not my favorite.
Very very strong, I find it bitter.
This was a bit too dark for me, had burnt chocolate notes that I just couldn't enjoy.
Really nice, smooth, and could definitely pick out the roasters notes of chocolate and caramel.
Wasn't a fan
Simple, but deep taste. Felt a bit heavy.
Don’t know why, but I had a hard time getting the grind just right on this one. It tended to the sour notes a bit too much for me. After adjusting the grind, it became a much rounder flavor, but still a bit sour at times.
It tasted really old. I did not like this one at all.
Loved this one.
Felt not roasted enough. Not good as espresso or drip.