This is a great-tasting breakfast coffee that packs a caffeine punch.
The peaberry is citrusy and tangy as with other beans from Rwanda. I like it because it has a very rich aftertaste that is almost creamy
This is the first coffee I have ever been able to drink black. It is definitely very citrusy and I think I am beginning to be able to pick up on the specific notes listed in the description. It also pairs great with some milk on days I just don't feel like drinking it black. Overall, very enjoyable, but I think sweeter, less acidic coffees would fit my preferences better.
Super fresh, lovely coffee. I'm not sure if it is the region, the growing process, the wash/dry method, or the roasting/packaging process, but the coffee I get from LoTH is always unique and high in quality. I imagine it is most likely a combination of all the above. it's very apparent the roasting process is tweaked for each kind of coffee so as to achieve the most nuanced and pleasant tasting notes. I'm not sure how intuitive roasting is, but I imagine a lot of time is spent tweaking these batches to find the right balance :) In any case, I will definitely be back for more of these lovely beans!
Nice smooth taste with nodes of fruity flavors. Would probably purchase again.
One of my favorite beans!
The Rwandan peaberry is my favorite coffee from land of a thousand hills so far! It's so smooth and delicious!