Expand your coffee knowledge and finally get a grasp on what tasting notes actually mean.
Coffee tasting is much like wine tasting, there is much to be left to the individual. Due to this, coffee tasting notes can seem abstract. The best way to determine out individual preferences — or merely parse out what a particular region’s coffee tastes like — is to sample single-origin brews.
Seeking out a roaster that is sourcing high-quality beans from established importers, and through direct trade connections with farms both large and small, is important - then ensure the roasting is conducted professionally.
For Bentley's Mug coffee's; on the site, each coffee should have tasting notes and a recommended brew method to help you get started.
Toying with brew methods further exposes customers to the nuanced flavors each region’s beans have to offer, and makes clear how different techniques can alter the taste and body of a coffee. We recommend Ethiopian coffee be brewed as a pour-over, but it makes for a fantastic cold brew as well.