Revved Up for Rev Coffee Roasters Costa Rican

Bill comes across a tasty Costa Rican coffee from Rev Coffee Roasters.
By Bill Walsh

Subject: Rev Coffee Roasters
Mugged: Costa Rica Tarrazu Dota
Rating: 4+ [see key]

Georgia is another state that I have designs to see in the coming decade. At this point, I’ve only spent time in Atlanta but there’s a lot more I’m fixing to do. Of course, one of those things of course is to visit some coffee venues; one of the said venues would be Rev Coffee Roasters in Smyrna.

But in the interim, they sent me out a pound of coffee of their Costa Rica Tarrazu Dota to try. Per the regiment, I happily had it via drip, siphon and french press.

The drip produced notes of white zinfandel, honey, cornbread, basil, a bit of fig and some minor hay in a medium body. A sweet cup with a bit of sharpness.

The french press held flavors of honey, white zinfandel, bran, wheat cracker and some spinach. A bright cup with some minor sharp qualities.

The siphon demonstrated white zinfandel, honey, wheat, spinach, corn, bran and a little apple amidst a medium body. This was the smoothest of the three infusions.

While I found this coffee a little sharp in some infusions and teensy bit underwhelming, it did indeed prove delicious and a nice coffee for a mellow afternoon. If you’re in the market for a good Costa Rican, give Rev Coffee a swirl.

note: coffee was provided free of charge and the above review is objective feedback.

Bill Walsh

Bill Walsh is a contributing writer at Honest Cooking and the fanatic behind the acclaimed Pure Coffee Blog. He gains his inspiration from God, family and coffee, and loves to take each of them on the road as frequently as possible for a solid adventure.

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