Vice Jawn Black
We take a dark(ish) and a light roast but from the same origin - Ethiopia - for this coffee. This showcases to a degree how dark roasting certain origins can nudge the chocolate tones one way or the other. This time the light roast is at the forward end and the dark roast in the 40% end so as to not overpower the delicate fruity tones. These coffees tend to fight each other but in a good way. View tasting this as rounds. You get some roast tones, then chocolate then after that some fruity and a clean finish.
The coffee we use for this changes throughout the year so it will change subtly. We'll update below when it does.
Current Coffee: Ethiopia Harrar Dark - Light Ethiopia Ardi
Why are the vice jawn coffee's 14.99 and not 12.99. Simply put the coffee's going into these are very expensive and a fair bit higher in cost. That translates also to cup quality. In general sourcing Ethiopian's are always expensive even for the "lower" quality stuff and all of vice jawn is basically Ethiopian.