This is the Sound & Vision Blend brought to you by Huckleberry Roasters. Sound & Vision combines a base of chocolatey Latin American coffees with a touch of sweet East African coffee to create a balanced, creamy blend with notes of caramel, chocolate, subtle fruit, and nuts. This blend is versatile and great as espresso, filter, cold brew, and iced coffee.
Nothing too stand out but nothing too bad, produces a consistent result.
Absolutely smooth and delicious!
Uneven roast, did not taste good as espresso
For me, this coffee is fine. I dialed it in on both Aeropress and Hario V60 to approach from different angles. I got the notes and think it's a fine, fresh coffee with little to showcase.
Very nice, worked great for drip coffee, held up to cream.
It’s pretty good with the 4:6 method. I put more emphasis on the second pour than the first to tone down the fruitiness. Description said it is subtle, but it really stands out to me over the caramel and chocolate notes.
Wonderful in the french press.
Good flavored coffee, easy to drink and had me wanting more.
Huck Sound & Vision is a good coffee, though we’ve found other med-dark roasts we would prefer.
Good balance of darker flavor, not very acidic which is good for us.
Bitter chocolate and some caramel or toffee.
Blade-ground and Chemex unbleached paper.
Strong roasty, nutty character on the nose, but these characteristics did not come through as strongly in the taste of the brewed coffee (using Aero Press).
I haven't really enjoyed any of the coffees from Huck.
Caramel is front in center here with subtle fruit notes at the end. Good comfort coffee
Wasn't much depth of flavor, left much to be desired for me.
Carmely, smooth, and addictive
Really well balanced cup with tastes from dark, medium, and light roasts. Has a natural sweetness.
Not my favorite, but good coffee.
I was not happy at all. The roast was too light. There were chunks of unground beans. Not a fan!!!
Very tasty. Nice blend of sweetness and earthiness.