Discover some of the best Italy has to offer with Mokito coffee blends.
We at Seattle Coffee Gear never miss a chance to indulge in new coffee! We also like to share our findings with whoever will listen. So, keep reading to compare our tasting notes with yours on some of Italy's smoothest handcrafted blends:
- Verde: This smooth blend has a smokey undertone when brewed as drip coffee and keeps a very consistent flavor with each brew.
- Bianco: This well balanced blend contains hints of earthy and somewhat nutty notes when made in a drip brewer. We found this to be the lightest of all three blends.
- Rosso: This bright and fruity roast unfolds notes of figs and molasses when brewed through a drip coffee maker. Rosso was also our top pick when brewing espresso. The bright notes blended well with the rich crema for a smooth, yet full body experience.
|How Does it Compare?||
If you like Lavazza we recommend giving Mokito a try as it's overall flavor and aroma are very comparable.
|Roast Level Shades||Shade: Dark Brown | Names: French, Espresso, Shade: Light Brown | Names: Light, Cinnamon, Shade: Medium Brown | Names: Medium, American, Shade: Medium Dark Brown | Names: Viennese, Full City, Light French, Espresso|
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Great coffeeReview by Sunny
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I've tasted this coffee in France some month ago and I've found it lovely, the best coffee ever tasted. I've bought some Mokito VERDE and ROSSO in Nice but as I live in US I'm really happy to have found your shop where i can buy Mokito!
(Posted on 7/29/14)