This is the Colombia Tolima brought to you by Anodyne Coffee Roasting Co. This fully washed coffee was grown by the Asociacion de Caficultores Indigenas in the Tolima region of Colombia between 1,650 - 1,900 meters above sea level. We love this coffee for its nuanced notes of caramel, baking spices and citrus and bright overall quality.
The taste of caramel is a bit overwhelming in my opinion. It doesnt seem to mix well with the citrus flavor.
Since this was my first purchase I wasn't sure what to expect. I don't necessarily dislike darker roasts, but I was afraid that's all I might be seeing from this subscription. In fact, I used less grounds on this blend thinking it might be too strong and I was wrong. It was amazing and the next brews I doubled up the grounds to really get more flavor. I would buy this coffee again. I'm ready to continue to expand my palate beyond the ole Folgers!
Sweeter than I expected, which I'm not a fan of although this one was OK. Perhaps next a more bold taste would be preferable.
Really enjoyed the caramel on the finish. Seemed very pronounced. I tried brewing this at a couple temperatures on a clever but thought I enjoyed what came out when I brewed around 200F. Really enjoyed the sweetness on the front end at a slightly lower temperature than I'm used to that came out combo'ed with the caramely finish.
This was my starter coffee from Mistobox. I found it smooth. A bit bright. Slightly earthy. It was entirely forgettable. I had to increase the strength on my brewer - something I have not had to do with other coffees. There was nothing wrong with this coffee. If you drink coffee regular - no cream or sweetener, it's really pretty good. If you sometimes like sweetener or cream (not milk, that's for barbarians) it doesn't have the authority to hold up well.
Anodyne never disappoints!
Another excellent selection. The hint of caramel is subtle but enjoyed. I appreciate the smooth texture and the coffee taste overall isn't aggressive but light on the tongue and filled with flavor.
Very bright and sweet! Love it.
Really good roast! Not too dark, not too light. Maybe a tad too bright, if I was being really picky, but overall a solid choice.
Stale and terrible. Coffee came without a roast date.
This was a good coffee that had a freshness of flavor which was appealing. Through a combination of the bean and/or my brewing method (V60), the citrus and brightness was very pronounced to me. This was the upper limit of that flavor for my palate. If those are the flavors you seek, this is your bean!
I used about half of this bag for a cold brew, and it was a very flavorful cold brew. I didn't particularly like the pour over flavor as much though. I'm giving it an Ok but it would be 2 stars for pour over and full 5 stars for cold brew.
Russell & Will
There's no roasted date in the package and it tastes a little stale.
This coffee was fantastic - the flavors were bright and came through perfectly with my aeropress. Send me more like this!
An earthier blend that really has the caramel coming through. Light on the citrus and overall a mild punch that is still delicious after 3 or 4 cups :)
Edit 3/4: the further I go thru this coffee, the better I like it. Now don't know which of the two (Sidama Ardi or Tolema) s better. All I know is one is gone and the other is almost gone :-(
Definitely toastier than the Sidama Ardi and more caramel than citrus, imho; the Tolima beans grind a little more flaky or fibrous than the SA. Tolima smells great and i like the low acidity. If I had to choose, I would probably give the Sidama Ardi the win just because it had a little smoother profile. Kinda wish i'd saved a cup worth of the SA to compare.
I brewed in a Clever Dripper - and often iced or added almond milk. The flavor was rich without being dark.
I really enjoyed the brightness of the Colombia Tolima. The caramel and citrus were not overpowering which made for a refreshing cup of coffee.
I suppose I have an adjusted scale. I liked this coffee. But it was a bit... clean. Not as rich as I'd like. I suppose the subtle citrus is to blame. The Caremark was evident and delightful, but not my overall fav.
too weak for me was expecting a stronger richer flavor
Agree with the flavor notes; bright, light caramel profile with some slight peach/apricot sprinkled in. Enjoy this one, not quite as much as some others I have received but a good bean.
This is one of our favorite coffees. We love that it is has a bold, complex and rich beginning and a bright, citrus finish.
Perfect blend of earthy and fruity notes. Being organic was a huge plus!
This is the brightest coffee I've ever tasted. And the caramel comes through in subtle fashion in the aftertaste. Quite good. I'm still hoping you can find a slightly darker roast to alternate with these fruity ones.
This coffee is undrinkable. It tastes sort of like I think battery acid would.
Love this roast a lot, although it might be a little to bright for my taste. You can definitely taste the citrus, which is nice.
Most impressive packaging of any coffee ive seen. Delicious flavor as well. Refreshing and citrus.
This is not my favorite but not horrible I found it to be most flavorful after my cup of coffee safe at room temp for 3hrs.. acidity is low it is smooth BUT I would say the LAST TWO bags of beans you selected had more of the flavor I enjoy
Least favorite of all the coffees so far. Flavor is good and very well rounded, but lacks the exoticism I've had on the other bags, in particular the Ethiopian, which was loaded with berry flavors and had an amazing body. If I were brewing coffee for a large group in a drip machine, this would be the choice since it would satisfy everyone. I just prefer the fruitier flavors.