- Case of four 12-ounce valve bags of whole bean Java Estate coffee (48 total ounces)
- 100% Arabica whole bean coffee; freshly roasted and Kosher certified
- Rich and smooth brew, with a full body and very light acidity
- Nitrogen-flushed bag for freshness
- Javanese beans roasted in U.S.
Very nice coffee 🙂
A year or so ago I came to Amazon looking for good single origin coffee as the roaster i had been purchasing from quadrupled their shipping charges, making it somewhat less than practical. Initially I got rather a lot of mediocre to outright bad scorched coffee, then I tried a sampler from coffee masters, and was by & large impressed with the quality, even discovered some new favorites.
I approached this particular roast cautiously as noone had yet reviewed it, and there are so many blends, such a variety sold as Java.
I am pretty impressed with this particular roast. It is full and rich, similar in many ways to African coffees (my personal favorites) right down to the clay-red color and chocolatey undertones. This is the first time I have purchased a Java estate and understood why it is frequently blended with Ethiopian Mokka. I have some of that arriving in a day or two.. and am *hoping* I can hold on to some of this until it arrives. Funny thing happens when good coffee gets to my house… it tends to not stay around for very long 😉
If I had to choose a single coffee, I would still probably go with Kenya aa, Ethipian yegecheffe or Tanzanian peaberry… but this is right up there… pretty darn close, and the (medium) roast is just about right. Another single estate coffee from coffee masters which gets it right :). Now, if Amazon would let me put together a variety pack, I would have it coming every month).
Edited to note that my opinion has changed slightly. As we neared the end of our supply I thought I was really going to miss it. I’m knocking this one up to my top 5 and raced to get one of the last 2 Amazon had in stock. I am hoping this was not a micro lot which is gone when the stock is gone. Really great coffee which I now have in rotation with the 2 Africans which Coffee Masters roasts. If you are a coffee lover, you will want to try this.