This is our interpretation of the world's first blend of coffees. Opposites attract and find harmony in the cup when our organically grown Sumatra and Ethiopia coffees come together. Here, the deep, earthy tones of the Sumatra provide the foundation to tame the fruity brightness of the Ethiopia. Brew up and let the cup take you back to coffee's roots.
Posted by Clint on 25th Oct 2012
This coffee is the best of it's kind. I really enjoyed this coffee, very smooth and no bitterness! Cant't wait to try the other ones!
Posted by Rando on 14th Jun 2012
Love this bean because it's delicious and provides an interesting tidbit about coffee history. When I first heard "mocha-java" I immediately thought chocolate coffee, but soon learned that it refers the first blend of coffee from two different regions. The Sumatra and Ethiopia compliment each other so well that I have yet to find a brew technique for this bean that isn't delicious. My current favorite is iced coffee. Alot of coffees seem to quickly go acidic when put on ice, but this bean keeps its balance and depth. Prior to the iced, I enjoyed it as espresso and french press and it always make a damn good cup.