Wow! The fruitiness jumps right out of this cup as if it were a natural process. I truly feel pear and blackberry are spot on with the tasting notes. Perhaps a little blueberry as well. As the cup cools the fruitiness becomes more pronounced. A new favorite!
This is coffee that tastes like the memory of a cookie from childhood. This wasn't a morning coffee for me, but an afternoon/evening movie with the animals watching bad movies in a bathrobe kind of coffee.
Absolutely wonderful! Every time I get a new coffee I try it black first, then taste it with sweetener, then add some cream. This coffee was phenomenal no matter which way it was prepared. I will definitely be ordering it again.
Keeping this as simple as possible, the Yemen Al Ghayoul is one of the best coffees we have ever had! After the first taste we called my sister and told her to order some immediately! We will order more too. This coffee is worth every penny.
One of the best that Beanbox has to offer.
I've purchased several "top shelf" single origins and this was the first time I felt it was worthy of that distinction. Every tasting note comes through beautifully with my Chemex.
I have had the privilege of trying coffee from the Aricha Mista Valley before from a local roaster and it is one of my favorites. Bluebeard has done this region justice. Very balanced and smooth above all. Juicy fruit notes (strawberry/raspberry/apricot), chocolate and smooth milk. Perfect.
A very good, solid coffee that you simply can't go wrong with. I originally tried a multi-sampled beanbox and this one was my highest rated one for sure. In terms of cost/taste ratios, this one is tough to beat.
Normally I'm not a light coffee drinker, but to use an expression, this one is lovely. It is very smooth, and even somehow sweet. It lingered in my mouth for an awfully long time and just made me feel good. Even peaceful.
Received this in my monthly sample box and fell in love as soon as I opened the bag. The chocolate and spice notes filled the air instantly. I normally tend to lean towards medium roasts, but this roast offered just a bit more than a medium coffee. The perfect amount of mocha, fruit, and acidity.
First time for me except have had Guatemalan coffee before but this being a light roast is full of flavor with fruity notes and yes, as I drink, gets better with every gulp, not sip. It does have a smokey undertone that is molasses and being a light roast had enough flavor and strength as a medium.
A very interesting coffee, indeed! Has a subtle taste — not as smooth and sweet as the Guatemalans or Kenyans I've really been digging this year, at least as a pour-over, but has its own character for sure. I decided to try it as a cold brew using my Gina, and it's the best cold brew I've ever had!
I was quite impressed with this coffee. Was very interested to taste a nutty and floral coffee - coffee from two worlds as it were - and boy was it delicious. It was also smooth and bold. Brewed French Press.