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Organic Floyd Farmhouse Breakfast Blend

12 oz. Bag$16

  • Light-Medium Roast
  • Blend

A customer favorite, our classic medium roast breakfast blend is a combination of two complimentary seasonal coffees. The fusion of a clean washed coffee with a rich natural process coffee results in a bright and balanced cup that shines with berry and milk chocolate.

Tasting Notes

  • Toasted Almond
  • Fresh Melon
  • Wild Rose
  • Cacao

Size:

Quantity:

1

Grind:

Whole Bean

“A quietly complex everyday blend that hits all the right notes: chocolaty, floral, nutty and rich”

Review Date: October 2021

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The art of coffee blending, sometimes unfairly maligned by single origin enthusiasts, has been around since the earliest days of coffee trading. The intent of a perfect coffee blend is to piece together traits of different varietals, processes, and roast profiles to develop a cup with a specific set of attributes. For example, our Funky Chicken blend is designed to suit those coffee drinkers who are interested in a slightly bolder cup of coffee, but don't want the roasty notes of a dark roast, and prefer a sweet and balanced finish. This is achieved through what is known as a "post-roast" blend, meaning 3 coffees are roasted to 3 profiles and then blended together at specific ratios. In contrast, the Floyd Farmhouse is a "pre-roast" blend (coffees are blended in green form, then roasted to the same profile) and designed to have a fruit forward, sweet, and milder taste profile. The Old Crow (post-roast blend) is designed to taste great as espresso, and the 4&20 (pre-roast blend) is our darkest blend offering.

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