3-types-of-coffeeWhen it comes to really good coffee, there are 3 types of coffee you should get to know. Not so much the level of roast, rather the coffee from these three roaster.

Each coffee is completely different in their own way, yet each one makes a statement in the way they taste. From a classic top scorer, to a rich aroma, to a unique method of roasting, these are three types of coffee that I know you will love from the moment you open the bag.



The 3 Types of Coffee

esmeralda-geisha-coffee-reviewEsmeralda Coffee Let’s start with my Esmeralda. Yes, I was excited to see that my Esmeralda Geisha coffee had arrived. And what made it even better is the fact that the bag says it is the number one Geisha Coffee in the world. Something told me I was going to really enjoy this coffee.

I had been reading about this coffee for a while. With a 92 rating along with numerous awards in both the SCAA and SCAP organizations, I figured there has to be something to this coffee that makes it stand out.

If you are like me, that is all good and well, but what I really wanted to know is how does it taste. Is this coffee as good as they say? You can find out here.

aroma-coffee-roasters-reviewAroma Colombian – A very unique aroma that draws you right into the bag.

When you get coffee wrapped in a light green tissue paper you know it is Aroma. At first I thought tissue paper? But then I took a second look. What a great marketing angle. The color of the tissue paper ties in perfectly with the color of the bean on the bag in their name, Aroma.

But what about the coffee? How is this Aroma Coffee Roasters review going to stack up? Will the coffee be as good as the packaging marketing? Let’s find out. I’ll give you a hint. Keep reading the entire review.

summermoon-coffee-roastersWood-Fired Coffee – This one is a super coffee you have to try.

It all started when I saw that this coffee was wood-fired by Summermoon Coffee Roasters in Austin, Texas. Since I am a Texan too, I was especially interested. The more I read about them and the process, I knew right away that I wanted to taste some of their coffee.

Having a bit of a sweet tooth, the name, Sweet Hearth caught my attention. Let me tell you, I was more than pleased with this coffee. From the first sip of my first wood-fired coffee, I was hooked. There’s more to this wood-fired coffee.



Other Great Coffees

Are there other great coffees in the world? Of course. It is just that these 3 types of coffee are the latest that I have reviewed and I have found each of them to be spectacular.

You can keep buying your bulk ground coffee at the grocery store, but if you want really good coffee, and I’m sure you do, you owe it to yourself to take a look at three of my favorites.

Your Turn
What is your favorite coffee? I would like to know so tell me in the comment below.

Here’s to a great cup of coffee.

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3 Types of Coffee You Should Get to Know
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4 thoughts on “3 Types of Coffee You Should Get to Know

  • November 4, 2015 at 8:59 pm
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    Can’t wait to try some of these. One of my personal favorites is high altitude roasted Cholua Brothers Coffee roasted in Black Hawk, Colorado. It has a smooth flavor and only comes in whole bean. My favorite is the flavored option but all the others are quite excellent as well.

    • November 4, 2015 at 9:41 pm
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      I took a look at your coffee. They do sound intriguing.

  • November 7, 2015 at 2:14 pm
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    It’s colombian coffee not columbian.

    • November 7, 2015 at 2:27 pm
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      I missed that one but have corrected it. Thanks, Pjaramillo

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