Hey, folks check out this video interview with Scott Burr, farmer and founder of Carta Coffee. Scott is a former Healdsburg resident and winemaker who left the industry to reside and grow coffee in Kona, HI. His goal is to bring a variety of flavors into his coffee and create a tasting experience for all coffee lovers. Check out www.CartaCoffee.com for more info and how you can start your own in-home coffee tasting. For everything Healdsburg – www.HealdsburgSocail.org
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Good day, folks get 100% Kona Coffee. Carta Coffee’s latest release, the Meridian Roast is the lightest blend in the portfolio: a blend of small batches and unique lots from Carta’s own Nolyssa Farm and likeminded small Kona farms, using both natural and traditional drying techniques.
Lovers of a lighter, yet complex roast will be delighted with Meridian. What to expect? Notes of citrus flower and fruit give this expression bright acidity tempered by the deeper, earthier nuances of hazelnut, dark chocolate, and subtle smoke. Slightly sweet and creamy in texture.
A great value, cafe good taste by it’s self, or make a mix of 25%-50% of these beans with your favorite more expensive coffee beans when you grind. I’ve been very happy going with 25% “Morning Blend” & 75% Sumatra beans to save $$ and still get a high-end tasting cup of coffee.
Reviewed in the United States on May 23, 2020Color: Morning Blend Whole Bean CoffeeSize: 2.5 Pound (Pack of 1)Verified PurchaseFinally! I’ve tried a lot of different whole bean coffees–flavors, light, medium, and dark roast, and I’m thrilled that this one does not have a super strong or burnt flavor. I love coffee but I’m not a espresso or coffee connoisseur, so I’m not a fan of very bold or strong coffee flavors. This one is perfectly balanced for my taste.