Mocha Java Blend
in years. As mentioned in this blend's description, a true Mocha-Java should feature a Yemeni coffee. Usually, a nice Ethiopian is substituted, due to the high cost of Yemen since the wars began.
This coffee is so reminiscent of bygone days: the spicy chocolate, brandied cherry with a hint of blueberry, and that "clean earthiness." As prepared as a Hario V60, it is incredibly satisfying, and as a vac pot brew, almost illegally royal. I could swear my Fellow Ode grinder was smiling through the grind process. IMO, this is a must get NOW coffee, as the supply of excellent Yemen is not guaranteed. A 2 # bag (freeze a # in Mason/Ball Jars) is, IMO a terrific deal.
Just a wisp, or thought, of chocolate, that mellows out the flavor.
Although I was not sitting under a yew tree when enlightenment found me, I was drinking Mad Priest’s Mocha Java. It’s quite possibly the best coffee I’ve ever tasted.
This coffee makes me very happy. I tried a one-pound bag and then bought a 2-pound bag. I hope to never run out.