Saturday, October 8, 2011

Peet's Coffee


Foodbuzz's Tastemakers recently sent me two bags of Peet's Coffee to try.  I love my coffee so I couldn't wait to give both a try. 

I first tried Cafe Solano which is a medium roast.  The beans are a blend of vibrant and aromatic beans from Africa, the Americas and the Indo Pacific.  When they say this coffee is Lively and Aromatic - they weren't kidding.  This coffee was very pleasing. 

The second coffee was Cafe Domingo which is also a medium roast.  This coffee come from three Latin American beans giving it a smooth taste with a hint of toffee sweetness and a clean crisp finish.  They described this one perfectly!  I love my flavored coffees but sometimes the flavor is simply too strong.  To correct this I mix my flavored coffee 1/4 to 3/4 with regular.  This gives me just a touch of flavor.  With the Cafe Domingo, the hint of toffee is so light and delicate that there is no need to dilute. This is a great morning as well as evening coffee. 

And my travel cup comes in just in time for the crisp mornings we've been having here in NC.

2 comments:

Gail M Baugniet said...

Always enjoy reading about good coffee. I recently attended a promotion for coffees in a local duty free plaza and purchased a book that details the history of coffee growing in Hawaii. Now I seem to find Kona coffee available everywhere!

Bizzy B. Bakes said...

I like your suggestion for adding the mock crab to the stuffed shells. Thanks for the suggestion.
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