The days of the horse and carriage may be a thing of the past, but their existence lives on in the Copper Horse Coffee Carriage House Blend. Imagine pulling your horse and carriage up to the local cafe where all the refined folks gather for afternoon coffee. The ladies in their finest dresses while the gents strut with tails and top hats.
Many times before I review a coffee, I’ll read the label and even check out the website to see what the roasters themselves have to say. This time it was different. I saw the image of the warhorse on the front of the bag and decided to go for it. Without reading the label first.
Espresso Blend Coffee is portrayed as a coffee company’s flagship product, a consistent-tasting part of an espresso and milk cocktail, or an expression of cutting-edge quality or skill. Typically the beans are roasted to a darker roast with the espresso
Okay, so it is way past summer and fall is into full swing, but I had to revisit this great coffee. It is a summer blend of 2015. You may ask why review a coffee that is several months old. The answer is very simple.