Coffee is a hug in a mug, in the morning that keeps us warm, and cozy during the winter time. We have here some coffee recommendations that you might want to try and they are all delicious with a unique taste from your usual coffee beans. Most importantly they are available for delivery direct to your doorsteps.
1. Death Wish Coffee
PRICE: $19 for a 16-ounce bag
Described as “just plain fun” by John Thomassen — owner of Brooklyn’s Marine Park Coffee — Death Wish Coffee is a smooth, dark-roast coffee that also calls itself “the world’s strongest” cup of Joe. We’ll leave it to you to decide whether that’s true or not, but in any case, Thomassen throws the full weight of his expertise behind the brand. “Death Wish Coffee has a unique flavor profile all its own, and is bold enough to be paired alongside an equally bold Maduro cigar or peaty Scotch,” he tells us.
2. Blue Bottle Coffee Three Africas Blend
PRICE: $35 for a 12-ounce bag
Lindsey Reason, a barista at Marshall’s Landing in Chicago, recommends this coffee because of its bursting fruit flavor and creamy finish. While she specifically suggests the Three Africas Blend, the brand offers several other varieties on Amazon for your tasting pleasure, as well.
3. Stumptown Hairbender
PRICE: $25 for a 12-ounce bag
Stumptown Hairbender is a recommendation of Casey Cutting, a barista, and manager at HEJ Coffee in Southeast London. Hairbender is the brand’s signature blend, and Cutting loves its flavor balance. “I think it’s a good coffee to have at home to serve to others, because, while I like fruity coffees, many other people find the taste sour and off-putting,” she says. “Hairbender blends that fruitiness with other flavors to appeal to a broader audience,” she added.
4. Onyx Coffee Lab Roaster Sample Box
PRICE: $30 for four, 4-ounce bags
Crema’s Emily McIntyre directs coffee-lovers to this sample box from award-winning Onyx Coffee Lab, which she says she relies on for consistently unique coffees. Ripe for gifting, this box includes four (four-ounce) bags of whole bean coffee from Ethiopia, Guatemala, Kenya, and El Salvador.
5. Toby’s Estate Coffee
PRICE: $14 for a 12-ounce bag
There are wide varieties of coffee we can see on Amazon, but there are only few coffee variants that are worth trying, and one is the Toby’s Estate Coffee a highly recommended from Thorsten Sahlin, the lead barista at DropShot Coffee.”Toby’s blends offer a series of sweet and savory counterpoints to the palate,” Sahlin says. “They play off of one another well, creating a dynamic profile that appeals to coffee snobs and dilettantes alike.”
Original Source The Kitchn
We have here few more recommendation that you might want to try.
A specialty coffee that is hand-crafted in the land of the Incas processed per strict traditional cultivation standards. Peruvian Tres Cumbres coffee has a complex full-bodied coffee with floral, chocolate caramel and smokey overtones, a gentle and pleasant acidity and a crisp clean and bright aromatic finish.
Grown and harvested on the slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro near the Kenyan border, this gourmet African coffee displays many of the characteristics of Kenyan coffee, though much lighter in acidity.
A specially roasted coffee blend that combines three world’s finest Estates Arabica coffee beans, blending the greatness of each creates an outstanding coffee.
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