We’re happy to report that Kenneth Davids at coffeereview.com recently scored Bird Dog at 90. The coffee was tested as an espresso, and was one of the highest scoring organic espresso blends in the last couple of years. From the review: “Subtle aroma: fruit, toast and nut. Full body, smooth mouthfeel and tight-knit, balanced flavors ranging from tart lemon to sweet cherry, with hints of caramel. Toasty sweetness in the finish turns toward cocoa in the long. Continued balanced complexity in milk, with distinct notes of cherry, nut and chocolate.”
Pretty cool. You can check out the review at www.coffeereview.com, under the “‘What’s Brewing/Recent Reviews” heading.
And sorry about the size of the medallion. We’re excited, but not THAT excited.
Also wanted to report that our stock of Ethiopia Korate is running low. If you want to order some, sooner is better. The good news is that we have a really good 2007-8 late arrival Ethiopia natural as a replacement. It’s one of the coffees we’ve been using in Bird Dog, actually. More on that later.