Ah! The Joys of WFH, all packed in a coffee combo that will make enjoy those zoom calls like there's no tomorrow. The combo contains 3 coffees: our "I'M IN THE MIDDLE OF A CALL" Labeur blend, our "ASK DAD!" Apex Chocolate Spirit and "F*CK*N ZOOM!" Apex BXL Blend. A great - be it slightly more stressed - way to see and know what you like!
That was the short of it, now for the long of it:
First of all, Coffee is - potentially - an aromatically rich product, with a diversity that goes above and beyond other know aroma-bombs like wine. Everything depends on the "terroir", the intrinsic qualities of the coffee (no defaults) the roast and yourself.
If you're new to it all, start with "I'M IN THE MIDDLE OF A CALL!" - Labeur: while no specialty coffee, it has been carefully selected to show you how great "normal" coffee can be. While it's close enough the coffee you know, it's different enough to make you see how great coffee that has been properly roasted and selected can be. A nice, accessible, nutty, chocolatey aroma that will launch you into your day with a smile.
Ready for the next step? Our "ASK DAD!" - "Chocolate Spirit" is a Specialty Coffee, and the logical aroma-stop after Labeur: the same great nutty taste, but with a more developed - broader - complexity.
Last but not least, the "YOU'RE ON MUTE!" -"BXL Blend". This blend combines the mellow sturdiness of the brazilian beans with the exuberant florality of great Ethiopian coffee - something that will be clear upon opening the pack. A balanced but vibrant cup!
These 3 coffees are the ones we recommend you to start your journey into specialty coffee. There's a major chance that one of these 3 may well be your coffee for life, and if you want more adventure, delve deeper into the "single origins" of our partner roasters: tell us what you like and we'll propose the right coffee for you!
So don't hesitate, make that lockdown enjoyable!
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