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We’ve spent five years perfecting Peet’s Single Cup, to meet our exacting standards and more importantly the standards of our customers. We started with the same premium Peet’s coffee you love; use a better coffee, get a better cup. We chose to use more coffee than most, but hardly indiscriminately. We’ve designed a specific dose (to the tenth of a gram) for each specific blend and a grind parameter that we measure to the micron.
We also deployed a mesh-like filter that allows more oils and flavors to pass into the cup. All these tiny details make a gigantic difference, especially in a method that must extract in under a minute.
It's the same Café Domingo you love, roasted by the same roasters, and treated with the same craft and care as the rest of our coffees.
Tasting Notes: Smooth and balanced, with hints of toffee sweetness
Roast Profile: Medium Roast
Great coffee brings friends and neighbors together like nothing else. That's why we created this medium roast to pay tribute to the time-honored pastime of lingering in the café, casually sipping an expertly brewed cup over conversation.
The three Latin American coffees in this carefully crafted blend were selected for their balance and brightness, and the roast fine-tuned to brew the perfect medium-bodied cup. We decided to name it after our third café, opened by Alfred Peet in 1980 on Domingo Avenue in Berkeley, in the shadow of the Claremont Hotel. For more than three decades, Peet's regulars have gathered here to enjoy handcrafted drinks and the camaraderie they inspire. And that's something worth commemorating.
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I tend to grind my own coffee (which arrives in the mail every two weeks, freshly roasted), get water to the exact right temperature, and do a timed press in my Aeropress. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Joe Wood
Remember taste varies! I love strong, rich coffee. This is strong but too bitter.Published 6 days ago by EYESMILE
Like this. Has some oomph to it. Strong and dark! Delivered on time, as described. Costs a little more than some other dark roasts.Published 9 days ago by C. Harris
So... lately my husband and I have been trying out french roast coffees... in general I think they are more bitter than other coffees... Read morePublished 12 days ago by Jax
Dickason's, Dickason's, Dickason's, lay me downnnnnnnnn, fill me uppppp, with that hot blend.Published 13 days ago by Milky Peterson