Top coffee reviews are to help you decide which coffee you really want to drink. You can simply read the labels but for me, that just doesn’t give you a good feel for the coffee or the roaster. Coffee reviews, like any other product reviews, can help you make a the best choice to purchase.
That being said, here are 5 of my top coffee reviews of some coffee that I think you should drink at least once.
5 Top Coffee Reviews
When I write about a coffee that I drink, I write the review based on how I like it. Does it smell good, is it fresh, how it tastes and what it makes me feel and think. I hope these reviews help you to know that you never again have to drink bad coffee.
Here we go in no particular order.
1. Shade grown, Papua New Guinea. This coffee, from Camano Island Roasters gave me a sense of relaxation. The aroma was very different in a delightful way. A calmness seemed to overtake me just by inhaling the aroma. Smooth, relaxing, pleasant, slightly sweet, no bitterness at all. These are the first thoughts that I had as I tasted this shade grown coffee. Read full review.
2. A great Sumatran. I have had some Sumatran coffees that were good, but they had a tinge of bitterness. That is certainly not the case with the Indonesian Sumatra from Voyage Coffee Roasters. These guys hit it on the head with this tasteful, medium roast. Read full review.
3. This Auromar Panama Geisha scores 97 points. Have you ever had a Geisha coffee? If not, spend the few extra bucks and taste some really fine coffee from Panama Roasters. Once you taste the sweetness and realize how smooth this coffee is, you will never enjoy bad coffee again. Read full review.
4. A Rwandan coffee review. My first washed coffee came from Atlas Coffee Club. I didn’t know about washed coffee until this one. I really didn’t know what to expect with this one. But when I opened the bag and a deep coffee fragrance hit me, full force. Easily, this Rwandan coffee is one that will satisfy any coffee drinker. Read full review.
5. A well balanced cup of coffee. More than a good tasting coffee, the fragrance was very aromatic. I’ve had many firsts with my coffee reviews and the Colombia Rio Blanco de Herrera was the first from Aroma Coffee Roasters. This is one that I could easily drink each morning and enjoy every drop. Read full review.
There you have it. Five of my top coffee reviews. I hope you decide to taste the coffees from these fine small batch roasters. Be sure to let them know how much you enjoyed their coffee and tell them you read about them first here.