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This is the Ultraviolet brought to you by Kickapoo Coffee Roasters. This blend is for coffee drinkers who might normally prefer bright, punchy single origin offerings - it's expressive of origin and brings vibrant fruit forward and floral qualities to the forefront. This cup has notes of black tea, sparkling citrus acidity, and a floral aroma.
I was hoping for a little more fruitiness and brightness but it was pretty good anyway.
Very tasty blend of Burundi Nemba and Ethiopia Haru. The descriptors were accurate! The coffee presented a very fruit forward flavor with bright acidity. Its name, Ultraviolet, does a great job of encapsulating the flavor notes!
great flavor bright fruit but not overpowering acidity
Excellent first shipment. Thanks. My girlfriend said this is the first time she has ever actually like my coffee. How about that. Thanks
When pulled well (tight grind with long preinfusion 17in 45 out on slayer ) has nice floral flavors initially but fades into chocolate. Wife - who much prefers med roast beans actually appreciated drink!
Tastes like weak tea, the fruit notes do come through, in the worst way though, tasting more of the bitterness of the fruit side than the sweetness. The after taste is probably my least favorite part as it sticks in the back of your mouth and tastes of weak acid. If I was to try and make this coffee stronger and more palatable, I would probably have to end up using nearly double the amount of it to recieve the same strength and flavors from others. And at 21 Dollars for 12 Oz, that isn't going to happen. So take my advice and if you want something that tastes like weak tea, just buy some weak tea.
Nice bright blend. With bright, punchy Africans, I think I prefer single origins. Still enjoyable, though. Also, bag was punctured
Tried using a chemex and an aeropress. I'd rate this more at a 3.75. It's a pleasant blend between fruity and acidic with some black tea notes and mild chocolate. The chocolate notes are more apparent with the chemex. More of a bakers/semi-sweet chocolate. From a chemex I get more bright citrus. Overall a solid blend.
I thought this was delicious but it didn't seem as fruity as I was expecting. It could have been the grind size not allowing for a good extraction but overall a good coffee.
Very tea like tasting. Not a big fan of that!
I can't at all pinpoint the flavors, but the overall character is awesome. I'd describe it as bright, but mellow (no harsh flavors). In an americano there's almost no unpleasant burned notes. In milk it's super subtle adding depth to the milk. I can never pull good enough shots on my La Pavoni that I would prefer to drink it straight, but a couple of shots were ALMOST there! It actually inspired me to tweak a bunch of stuff pursuing a better shot...with mixed results.
Great coffee, but I prefer something a little more rich
I really like the lemony bright tones to this, and how it's softened on the finish. This is one of my favorite tastes in coffees, this bright, berry acidity. Outstanding first selection!
Tasty! Bright and berry.
Really bright but also has a smooth darkness without tasting burnt. The description of black tea on the info is right on.
Vwry floral on the finish, but the first taste is weak and its too acidic for my taste.
Too floral and acidic with a Chemex. It tasted better with a Moka pot. Makes a good cold brew with a Toddy. A little too temperamental to brewing styles.