Jeremiah's Pick Coffee Kona Blend, Whole Bean Coffee, 5-Pound Bag
- One 5-pound bag
- Blend of Colombia Supremo beans and beans from Big Island of Hawaii's Kona region
- Sweet and mellow with medium acidity and full flavor
- 100% arabica beans: lower in caffeine, more flavorful and aromatic than robusta beans
- Roasted in San Francisco, CA
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Top Customer Reviews
This is a good quality medium dark (at least full city+ and maybe even a light Vienna*) roast coffee. Beans are of uniform size with very few broken/fractured beans in the bag which indicates some care has been taken in handling throughout the selection/grading/roasting process. The roast is even with no burnt beans and no really light beans. There is a light oil sheen present, but not too oily and certainly not the kind of grinder-clogging oil slick (which some people mistake as a sign of quality when what it really is -- especially with roasts that are not full on dark -- is a sign of coffee that is either not very fresh or roasted too quickly at too high a temp or some combination of the two.)
After receiving this coffee I loaded up a portion into my burr grinder and ground enough to pull an espresso. First attempt at the same grinder setting I had been using for a lightly roasted Panama Boquete choked my espresso machine, likely because the slight oil sheen to this Kona blend results in a more solid pack when tamped. No worries. Dialed the grinder back a click or two and went again. Right on the money with a 25 second pull. The results in the cup showed a really nice crema, tiger-stripey and rich looking. No complaints there. So, how did it taste? Here's where things get difficult with deciding how to rate.
Kona coffee is typically very mellow, medium-roasted (to city/city+ or even full city) with low to medium low acid and a really rich, creamy mouth feel.Read more ›
I'm normally a decaf drinker but drink this on days when I need an extra push.
It's good and strong. I use a creamer and I use about the same amount. And if definitely gives me a jolt sending me into a non-stop talking rant, I work faster, think faster, zooooom! Flash! Cannot drink this everyday because I'd drive my co-workers nuts. :-)
I know nothing about coffee beans so all I can say about them is that they look like they should and smell fabulous.
Update 8/8/2016. This coffee is still the bomb, everyone in the office likes it. The trick is to use just the right amount of beans and grind it to almost dust. You cold filtered water when you brew.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My favorite coffee!!!! I tried another brand (Don Francisco) and it was awful! So glad my usual brand arrived yesterday. Read morePublished 7 months ago by S. L. Mc
This is the best kona blend I've found, flavorful without being bitter or harsh. I've tried a couple other kona blends on AMZN and this is the best I've found.Published 13 months ago by J. Clark
My husband has tried all kinds of coffee beans and these are his favorite.Published 15 months ago by Kindle Customer
This is our coffee of choice over the last six or so years. It is full bodied without being bitter and we love the taste. Read morePublished 15 months ago by C. Roork
Excellent, smooth flavor. Reminds of the coffee we had in Hawaii.Published 19 months ago by Barbara Pitts