This is the Fresh Crop Balanced Blend brought to you by Kuma Coffee. Fresh Crop Balanced will be a mixing their latest Central American and South American coffees. The coffees will change with the seasons, but the flavor profile of caramel, chocolate and stone fruit attributes will never waver and is great brewed every way.
Interesting flavor, reminded me of chocolate-covered raisins. Definitely tastes best with the roaster's recommended ratio of 18g in, 42g out.
Loved it...great flavor, excellent roast.
So frequency is on point.
I probably finished my last month 2-3 days before this arrived and it's ok because I also have Bustelo in my house. (can't completely give up Cuban Coffee in Miami ha)
So I tried this Kuna and to be honest not a fan. Kind of bitter and lacking in punch of flavor. I have it so I'll drink it but I wouldn't buy this coffee again.
Was this coffee bean from the exclusive(highest level) light roast selection? I changed from deluxe medium roast after I got my first shipment. The color of these beans and coffee didn't look as light as I thought, that's why I ask.
Looking forward to hearing your thoughts.
Not my favorite. Not a very appealing aroma and the espresso is very bland in taste.
It is hard to give these reviews because the coffee is so good. We are parsing the top 1% of coffee here. That said, is it possible for something to be "too balanced?" If that is possible, then my critique here is that the coffee is so balanced it has lost any particular personality. It becomes "forgettable amazing coffee." In other words, I remember every cup of The Boss Espresso by Barefoot. I don't "remember" any shots of this coffee. I know I drank it, I loved it, but it didn't sing to me.