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Sermon

CHOCOLATE · BLUEBERRY PIE · VELVETY

$16.00

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Our best-selling coffee blend is fruit fruit-forward & heavy-bodied. Sip on a cup of fresh blueberries covered in dark chocolate. Anyone who enjoys balanced sweetness & acidity will love this.


Roast Level

  • Coffee Details
    Producer

    Various

    Country

    Brazil, Colombia, Ethiopia

    Regions

    Nariño, Colombia; Minas Gerais, Brazil; Guji, Ethiopia

    Cultivar

    Various

    Process

    Various

    Elevation

    1200-2000 Meters

    Tasting Notes

    Chocolate, Blueberry Pie, Velvety

  • Farmlevel Story

    Farmlevel

    The Sermon has always been a new take on an old classic. A round body, bittersweet chocolate notes, and a berry sweetness are what we consistently strive for. Each season, we taste dozens of offerings to find the perfect combination to achieve this end.

    This season, we present a three-coffee blend hailing from South America and East Africa.

    From Minas Gerais in Brazil comes a naturally-processed lot responsible for contributing body and baking chocolate flavors. Joining it from Southern Ethiopia’s Guji Highlands cooperative is a selection of naturally processed heirloom-variety coffees, sun-dried to maximize ripe fruit complexity. Last but not least - the glue that ties the blend together - from the ABADES producer group in Nariño, Colombia comes a Catuai lot representative of the milk chocolate flavors and citric acidity for which this region is lauded.

  • Preparation Recommendations

    IN: 19.8-20 GRAMS // OUT: 28-32 GRAMS // @: 23-24 SECONDS

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Customer Reviews

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J.R.
My favorite espresso of all time
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A.M.
Great coffee!
J
J.R.
Best way to stay caffeinated during the pandemic
D
D.C.
Beans were too dry!
We're so sorry to hear that, David! Please reach out to our team so we can remedy this right away.
P
P.C.
Not sure what went wrong with this one
Thank you so much for the honest feedback, Phil. We'll pass it on to the team so we can help improve!
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