Broad Street Roasters Gourmet Coffee Review @SMGurusNetwork #VDAY19
We have come across Broad Street Roasters for the first time. So we gave their Guatemala roast a try. Keep reading to see what we think about it.
Broad Street Roasters Gourmet Coffee Review
My love for coffee is no secret. What you may not know is that whenever a coffee brand has a Guatemalan roast we have to try it. Recently we were given the opportunity to try out Broad Street Roasters. When I looked at the roasts they offer I was excited to see they have a Guatemala roast. We couldn’t wait to give it a try.
Broad Street Roasters coffee sent us a box of 40 ct Guatemala roast single serve cups. We immediately brewed a cup, and our excitement grew with the amazing aroma that filled our kitchen.
Aside from the amazing scent, the coffee has a deep coffee color that drew me in. Upon tasting it I was immediately transported to my beloved Guatemala. I absolutely love that this coffee’s taste has a perfect balance. It is a full body coffee. And is both strong and sweet, with a gentle acidity and complex flavor notes. It truly is the best Guatemalan roast we have tried here in the US.
The only other time I have tried a cup of coffee with such an amazing flavor is on one of my many vacations in Guatemala. So you can see why this Broad Street Roasters coffee immediately took me back. You can see the richness of its color in this picture below.
Overall, this coffee is certainly interesting, and one of the best blends I have ever had. We are definitely going to be continuously getting more. Have you tried a Guatemalan coffee blend? If so, which one is your favorite?
You can find all 4 flavors of Broad Street Roasters Gourmet Coffee on Amazon.
Harvested from Finca San Diego Buena Vista, owned by the Bock family for 3 generations. The taste of this single origin coffee is classic Guatemalan. It has that great relationship between sweetness and bitter-sweetness, as well as brightness, body and cup flavor. This roast is full bodied, yet light with a juicy citrus acidity finishing out with notes of dark chocolate, grapefruit, and fig.