Fresh coffee is grown from a complex relationship between the land, its people and its history.
In that mix, sometimes there comes a bean so different that it demands a category of its own. That unique flavour goes on to become the signature of the country. That’s why it’s called ‘Speciality’ coffee.
Here are the legends that put India on the global coffee map.
Freshly roasted AAA monsoon malabar. My favourite!
Somethings lacking, maybe the roast quality or the bean quality itself. I’ve had better from other sources in India itself
After numerous purchases, Dope Coffee has reignited the love for Indian coffee…its flavour lives upto its expectations and the aroma lingers around. Lastly, why can’t everyone make such cool packs as “Dope Coffee Roasters”???
I love it and will keep getting it as long as it stays the same.
I have a high end espresso machine.
And the coffee tasted defo quite dark roasted
The only ever coffee I tried from Dope coffee is Mysore Nuggets and boy oh boy did I love it!! Two years down and I am still drinking the same thing and can't think of changing. Mind you, I love coffee and am quite a snob when it comes to it. I have had many a cups from many brands but something about this particular flavour makes my mornings perfect (I have the French press version). So, you guys who're reading this must give it a try. It's a rare find and I generally don't like posting about those for selfish reasons. hehe. However in this case, I think they truly deserve it. This is as honest a review as I could possibly write. P.S: A chef friend recommended it to my husband and what more validation could one want?
Great coffee for a french press!
The Espresso extraction with this Coffee is Sour. This may be a good coffee for V60 or French Press