Folie à deux? Try folie à brew! Luckily, this sweet roast is no delusion. A creamy first sip feels like chocolate milk, with a light body and crisp finish of apples and cinnamon. It’ll be the apple of your eye... and your mug!
Kuma has been Penny Matheu's coffee from Finca La Folie for six years in a row now-- it's that good! Fully washed, this coffee is sourced from Antigua, Guatemala, at a growing altitude of 1500 meters. La Folie has a beautiful Antiguan profile: sweet and creamy, with juicy fruit flavors and a lot of rich dark chocolate. Processed at the well-known Bella Vista mill from the Zelaya family, this is an example of top-notch Antiguan coffee. Cheers!
||★★★★★||★★★★★ This Guatemalan was really smooth, fruity, and light. Very tasty|
||★★★★★||★★★★★ This coffee was so good! I loved it. The chocolate notes are great.|
||★★★★★||★★★★★ Bean box rocks let’s a person experience a lot of different coffees from the comforts of your home. Made this treasure this morning made it into iced coffee was super refreshing smooth chocolate flavors.|
Leigh and Chad
||★★★★★||★★★★★ Excellent light roast: bright, smooth taste complemented by aromas that carry over to the flavor. This coffee exemplifies the advantage of a lighter roast.|
||★★★★★||★★★★★ Deliciously citrusy!! Favored over ice for sure but still very good served hot. The chocolate note is more of a finish on it with the citrus being on the forefront of my palate. I enjoyed this as a light roast though I don’t often like light roasts. It brought a high acidity and is recommended black|
||★★★★★||★★★★★ Delicious coffee! It definitely has some hints of chocolate and a little bit of a fruity feel - and I had it black to enjoy all the complexity. This goes on the favorite list!|
||★★★★★||★★★★★ This is the second year I've had this coffee from Kuma. It is absolutely delicious with sweet chocolate and citrus notes. Makes a terrific espresso.|