One of the things RB and I have in common is our love for a good cup of coffee. There’s nothing better than a freshly brewed cup of coffee, particularly when it’s made from freshly ground beans. Over the years we’ve tried lots of different coffees, and have come up with some winners and some losers. I recently had the opportunity to try a coffee I was unfamiliar with – Reunion Island Coffee.
From the website – Reunion Island is a wholesale specialty roaster featuring gourmet coffee, espresso and tea, including organic and Fair Trade products. Our specialty is roasting ‘perfect’ whole bean coffee that looks as good as it tastes, however, we are also leading the industry in developing new formats like single cup coffee pods. We are a proud supplier to many of the finest cafés and restaurants in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) and throughout Canada and the United States.
I received a 12 ounce bag of Columbia Las Hermosas beans, a coffee made from a coop of 32 farmers in Tolima, Columbia. The beans come in a foil lined sealed bag. I usually use one scoop of beans per cup but followed the directions on the bag. The coffee came out perfectly. It has a full, bold flavor that isn’t bitter or overly acidic. The coffee smelled as good as it tastes. On the front of the bag is a flavor rating that goes from mild to bold. This coffee was marked in the middle and I would say that’s exactly right. I was very pleased with the Reunion Island Coffee that I received and recommend it highly.
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