tasting

Best Seoul Chain Coffee

There is coffee everywhere in Seoul. Some say too much, with at least one coffee shop on every street and four or more in every mall or shopping center. You could chalk it up to density, but it’s safe to say that Korea loves coffee. The most common of coffee...

Tasting notes: Kenya

Coffee from Kenya is typically acidic in flavor due to the soil in its central highlands. Notes include citric fruits such as pineapple and grapefruit as well as spices like coriander and cocoa. Typically Kenyan brews are thin in body with a fragrant aroma and biting aftertaste. I have had...

Nicaragua coffee bean tasting notes
Tasting Notes: Nicaragua

Our first entry of the tasting notes series, featuring Nicaragua. Large-scale coffee growing began in Nicaragua in the 1850s, and by 1870 coffee was the principal export crop, a position it held for the next century. Coffee is a demanding crop, however, because coffee trees require several years to produce...