If you want that kick in your pants every morning, Tough as Nails Blend from Middle Fork Roasters will give it to you. A combination of Colombian and Guatemalan coffee beans, it creates a smoky tone with a spicy finish. It's bold yet smooth when it goes down. Dark and not bitter, notes of raisins and mesquite permeate this roast. Close your eyes and imagine making some cowboy coffee around an early morning campfire. Now open your eyes and appreciate being able to savor this strong cup of joe in the comfort of your own home!
- 12 ounces of Premium Whole Bean Coffee
- 100% Arabica Dark Roast Blend
- Roasted in Seattle
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Crew: Tasting Notes
Tough As Nails Blend is a big favorite around here! Described as 'so potent you can catch a caffeine buzz from the aroma alone!' A medium dark roast with plenty of visible oils. Rich earthy, grassy and smoky aromas. Surprisingly mild taste, with smoky notes of chicory, grass and almonds. Spicy finish and no lingering aftertaste.
|Manufacturer||Middle Fork Roasters|
|Product Weight (lbs.)||0.7500|
|Roast Level Shades||Shade: Dark Brown | Names: French, Espresso|
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Good coffeeReview by Val
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Good bold but not bitter coffee.
(Posted on 6/29/13)
Truly an Espresso BlendReview by The Countess of Cheshire
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This is best when used for espressos as it was originally intended. I tried it in my Technivorn MM and it wasn't as flavorful.
(Posted on 3/7/12)
Seriously GoodReview by RLB coffee lover
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Awesome coffee! Honestly it well done. Well balance and deep complexion, bold but not bitter. Hard to find better. Also it has the date the coffee was roasted, (I wish this was required to be on all coffee bags). It was great in french press, espresso, and even drip. It really came to life in the press and espresso though! Enjoy!
(Posted on 1/4/12)