What coffee tastes the best of all

topher

Super Moderator
Staff member
Aug 14, 2003
3,747
19
Boca Raton
that is a hard question...everyone has different tastes...try as many as possible and form your on opinion. :wink:
 

demetri

New member
Jul 18, 2006
175
0
Winnipeg, MB
The only thing as complex as the flavour of coffee is the flavour of wine. I'm told that a wine is good if you like it. The same thing definately applies to coffee.
 

mrgnomer

New member
Jan 22, 2006
149
0
Canada
The first bean I roasted and tried fresh was Ethiopian Harrar. It hooked me on fresh roasted coffee.

There's no other coffee that has such a strong blueberry finish that I've tried. For me it doesn't need the same rest period as other beans. I've brewed it right after roasting.

Bolivia Carnavi I find is sweet and slightly spicy. One of my favourites.

It's very true, coffee is like wine. You can read reviews and follow advice but in the end you've got to try different wines to find out what you like. I like sweet, spicy, smooth so my roast preference is from light to medium and my preference for beans is a Central American, Indonesian and African.
 

paulc35

New member
Jan 28, 2007
16
0
Wv
Best coffee

Well for me any good roasted African with an emphasis on Kenya....., but I love alot of blended coffees to
 

coffeesnob2007

New member
Feb 3, 2007
6
0
I find this to be a matter of taste. Also, it depends on what I am drinking?

For flavored coffee, I like Millstone.

For espresso, Starbuck brand whole beans.

For regular coffee to pur cream and sugar in, it varies depending on my taste buds for the day. Could be regular old coffee, Columbian, Guatemalain or Millstone.
 
Top