It’s time for some Teasia Yemen Mocca single origin whole roasted coffee beans. If you’re looking for a well-balanced coffee, this one is it! My first sip was very pleasant with strong yet subtle flavors, which I highly enjoy. For the most part Yemen Coffee has a super smooth flavor and never once received any bitter taste. (Keep in mind, I am testing all of the coffee black so I can get a sense of all the flavors.) This highly complex coffee can be easily compared to a rich port and I am really liking the velvety and chocolaty tones. Because of the chocolate tones, I would definitely add some hazelnut creamer to add another level of flavor and sweetness of course.
Celebrate! Teasia’s Yemen Mocca single origin whole roasted coffee beans is my last flavor of this taste test. Teasia has so many varieties of beans that it was such a great experience to be able to try every single one of them. I definitely have some of my top favorites and several least favorite ones. Stay tuned in the next few weeks to check out my summary of top roasts.
Don’t forget, we have launched single origin coffee k-cups as well as coffee blends in k-cups for your convenience, so check that out too.
Single Origin K-Cups:
Coffee Blends K-Cups:
Donut Shop Blend
Teasia House Blend
Wow, these coffee beans have FLAVOR. Today, I’m trying Teasia’s Uganda Bugisu single origin whole roasted coffee beans. As you already know, my favorite way to enjoy coffee is the latte version and it is highly recommended if you love creamy drinks, however, I did try this coffee black so that I can give you my two cents on the flavor profiles.
Besides noting that the first whiff had a punch of flavor, it is the strongest coffee aroma I have had so far. The flavor that stood out to me was a mix of cocoa and cherry. For sure this coffee needs some creamer to cut down on the high acidity. If you love black coffee that’s strong, this one is for you, but since I am into lighter roasts that aren’t acidic, I wouldn’t be able to drink this without having to add sugar and creamer to combat the bitter tasting coffee.
I decided to try day 22 with 2 different styles of coffee: regular brew and the latte version. Don’t worry, I shared this delightful meal with my girlfriend since it’s the weekend.
The whole roasted single origin coffee, Timor, has a very strong aroma with notes of a variety of herbs. The coffee wasn’t as acidic compared to the other coffees I’ve tried and it was really smooth.
Here’s a little background of the Timor coffee beans. They’re grown on a small island called Timor, and there are actually two sides of it: East Timor and the west side claimed by Indonesia. All Timor coffee beans are grown on small farms and due to the climate, there’s a smooth acidity to the coffee.
With several more sips, I tried the latte version, which is very enjoyable because of how flavorful this coffee is, adding some frothy milk to is really tones flavors down to the way I prefer. I remember that Teasia’s Indian Monsooned Malabar has similar flavor profiles and is definitely one of my favorite’s. This would blend perfectly with eggs and some toast early in the morning.
Day 13 and I am trying a wonderful cup of Teasia single origin coffee from Central America: Guatemala Antiqua. One thing I love about all these single origin coffee beans is that drinking a cup of coffee takes me a trip around the world. I am able to enjoy different types of coffee, sitting right at home.
Upon first sip, I noticed was how soft the scent of the coffee was just that itself lets me know that this isn’t as strong of a coffee compared to all the others I’ve tried. I’m able to smell a scent of lemon and orange which really stand out for me whenever I take a whiff. This coffee does have a subtle bitterness to it, but it’s barely noticeable. So far just the flavor of this coffee has made this my favorite tasting coffee so far and I could see myself drinking this one on a regular basis.
PRO-TIP- Add some sugar for a sweeter taste. One of my latest favorite creamers is a caramel macchiato flavor. Who doesn’t love that?
Day 12 calls for me to take a trip to Costa Rica. With this single origin whole roasted coffee beans, I’m able to smell a hint of tangerine along with the smoky roast of the coffee beans. The first sip hit me with a high acidic flavor, but what surprised me was how smooth it was after I drank it.
This is a great weekend or on the go coffee. Each smell provides you with a fresh scent of tangerine and cantaloupe each time you enjoy the aroma from your cup. If you aren’t huge coffee drinker like myself and are looking for a smooth great tasting coffee., this one is for you.
A wonderful latte, gets better and better with each sip. The well-balanced and full bodied flavor is nicely accentuated with notes of black tea, sweet apricot along with a tang of orange juice. This coffee Burundi was made with soy milk and it really complements the coffee beans. A perfect latte to drink during the cold winter and huddle around a campfire or cozy up under a warm blanket. This latte goes down really smooth and has a wonderful after taste full of honey and soy milk.
Our Burundi coffee plant is grown in volcanic rich soil in the region of Mbirizi at an altitude of 1700-1800 meters. If you love East and Central African coffees such as Rwanda, Tanzania and Kivu, this roast is for you!
PRO TIP- Don’t feel like a warm drink? Make it an iced latte by adding some ice cubes and more soy milk for that creamy texture.
Today’s coffee is prepared the old fashioned way in the coffee maker. The Brazil Fazenda is smooth with light acidity and has a mild and buttery taste with hints of hazelnut and cocoa.
Highlights: A strong coffee with a smooth taste to it that I really enjoyed. It’s a great coffee for everyday and I would recommend it for someone who doesn’t drink coffee daily too. The cocoa flavor is very enjoyable with every sip you take. The best food to pair with would be a breakfast sandwich on a croissant.
PRO TIP- If you feel the cocoa taste is too strong, add some sugar to balance it out with some sweetness.
Next week, Jose is trying our Burundi which is full-bodied with notes of black tea, sweet apricot, juicy cherry and a tang of orange juice.
The New Year brings us a new face that has recently joined our Marketing Team here at Teasia. We would like to introduce our new Graphic Designer / Marketing Coordinator, Jose!
Jose currently lives in Southern California in Costa Mesa and has studied Graphic Design, specializing in Marketing. Jose enjoys traveling, building computers and spending time with family. Stay tuned to find out which coffee and brewing styles Jose enjoyed most.
Over the next few months, Jose will take you on a trip all over the world with our 25 single origin coffee beans.
Day 1 – Bali Blue Moon (Cold Brew)
Highlights: This coffee is for anyone who wants a wake-up call each morning. The strong taste really packs a punch at first, but after taking a few more sips, my body is more awake and it becomes a really smooth drink. This coffee would go great with some sweet bread.
PRO TIP: Add a bit of milk if it’s too strong of a taste for you, paired with some sugar for a delicious drink.
Cold Brew Quick Tip Preparation:
What is the best way to make cold brew coffee at home?
- Grind our Teasia Single Origin Coffee Beans into a coarse grind.
- Combine the ground coffee and water in the jar.
- Mix well together.
- Steep the coffee overnight in the fridge. (This works best so you have something ready in the AM when you really need it.)
- Strain the coffee liquid. The best way for straining is to use cheese cloth
- Pour extra cold brew to a new jar for storage OR share with coworkers.
- Enjoy right away OR add ice for some iced coffee.
Buy Teasia Coffee Bali Blue Moon – Smooth body, strong chocolatey tones, and hints of brown sugar, toffee and vanilla.
Day 10: Black Tea
Flavor Highlights: I enjoy the nutty aftertaste with this black tea. This is a drink I would also have instead of a coffee because of the caffeine boost it gives me without getting shaky.
A whole wheat toast with strawberry jam is what I would pair this tea with. I normally will not go for this tea because of its’ bitterness, but to my surprise, this tea is incredibly smooth. The aroma is therapeutic and also delicious.
Want to try a variety of our Teasia teas without having to buy entire boxes of each flavor? Try our Variety Pack and discover your favorite! Each box includes our 4 flavors from our Formosa series: Green Tea, Oolong Tea, Roasted Oolong Tea, and Black Tea: Buy Now
Day 5: Roasted Oolong Tea
Flavor Highlights: This drink was not my ‘cup of tea’. The darker, richer earthy taste of tea was a bit too much for me. This tea is almost along the lines of coffee but with that subtle tea flavor. I feel I enjoyed the Teasia Oolong Tea as it is so adding a roasting to it did not enhance it for me.
Nonetheless, this is a tea I would prefer drinking on a hot day served cold with ice and milk and sugar paired with something sweet like a scone or cupcakes!