The best coffee roasters I’ve brewed at home this past month!
(a bit behind on the months but that’s ok)!
I’ve been trying so many different coffee at home the last couple months so I figured it was about time to start doing a post on my monthly coffee favorites!
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Their Colombia – Frontera De Planadas had this GORGEOUS nutty undertone that popped beautifully once it started to cool.
I’m very excited to try out more from this roaster. Also, this packaging? hello? also gorgeous!
If you love coffee with a nice nutty undertone this coffee is perfect for you.
Graziella’s Coffee Company’s Ecuador – Loja is so flavorful! I was super impressed with the way the caramel undertones are not only present right after it’s brewed, but it sustains as it cools as well. Super nice toffee/caramel kinda cup!
Super sweet team as well over there 🙂
Taza manga – Signature Coffee from Taste the Origin is a super smooth and balanced single origin coffee from Colombia!
I was so happy to come across a site that highlights fair trade single origin coffee (coffee that’s farmed and roasted from the same place). This blend even has a subtle nutty undertone that pulls through as it cools!
For more coffee content make sure to keep up with my instagram! I’ve been posting lots of full coffee reviews and unboxings over there.
Lots of love,