This espresso blend is made up of three single origin lots; Ethiopia, Guatemala and Brazil. 3056 is the postcode for the Code Black Roastery, and it also represents our signature blend. It is a medium roast, and its slick malty profile means it it can be used for both milk and espresso. We love this blend with its beautiful rounded sweetness and balanced citrus flavours; an excellent blend anytime, anywhere.
PROCESS: WASHED AND NATURAL
REGION: ETHIOPIA WORKA SAKARO, GUATEMALA HUEHUETENANGO, BRAZIL CERRADO MINERO
CUP: STEWED PLUM & CITRUS, PEANUT BUTTER WITH VANILLA MALT & MILK CHOCOLATE
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I've tasted dozens of house blends in my decade of australian cafe hopping and recently as a commercial-grade espresso machine owner i can buy rotating bags weekly. Code black's blend is one of the best, not too on the fruity acidic side, and not too heavy either - a perfect balance of everything a daily driver should be. I used to be a big enthusiast of expensive single origins but now I've settled back into reliable house blends, as SOs can have unexpected flavour profiles which are good once in a while. But what you need daily is the perfect balanced hit. Look no further than 3056 - alongside it i would place campos, allpress and mecca house blends as the some of the best I've ever had. 3056 maybe even beats those big names to be honest
I tried it as v60, It is delicious. I will try it as an espresso and I'm sure I'll like it.
Really sweet in my milk coffee can still taste all the origins as well as ethiopia.
have made a few coffees at home and alls tasting good. can;'t make it as good as CodeBlack barristas maybe i need some lessons!
Love this malty blend! Definitely as per the tasting notes description: stewed plum, citrus, malty peanut butter