Smooth very good coffee
This was a gift for my daughter. My son raves about this coffee!
Grizzaffi coffee is amazing and I love supporting local hard working people. Grew up in South Houston
Great coffee! Great Guy!
Best coffee I’ve had in a real long time!!
This is by far my favorite morning coffee. Smooth, rich and plenty caffinated to start my day.
Usually I get bored with a coffee after a few weeks and switch brands. But so far I’ve been drinking this coffee for two months and now about to order more. It’s flavor, full body, tastes great either black or with cream and sugar. I can’t say I’ve ever had a coffee that tasted as good either way. I first tried it in one of the sampler packs, now I find I myself buying it on its own. I recommend it highly.
Grizzaffi offers a very nice light roast Ethiopian coffee that I just tried. It's smooth and no bitter taste whatsoever. I bought in the pour over grind and it worked well in my keurig as well as another drip coffee pot that I have. I highly recommend! If you like light roast, you have to try this one!
The ordering online and delivery is so convenient and the chamomile and hibiscus teas are delicious. I’m planning to order other items.
I actually accidentally ordered this coffee and It was awesome. I will order it again for sure. For those of you who really like dark roast coffee, give it a try!
Comparison to another brand that is hard to find in this country, which was the best coffee I’ve ever had rating that as a 10, to Keurig K cups with the best Keurig I’ve ever had rating a five. The best national coffee shop chain coffee I’ve ever had was a 6. But most of those coffees I would rate anywhere from 3 to 5.
Mexican - 9+ superb equal to best. I would need to do a side-by-side to be able to rate it at 10. Flavorful, full bodied. Nice aroma. Great mouth feel.
Grizzaffi blend - 8 mild, decent body, mellow from start to finish. Good everyday drink.
Peru - 3 starts off great, good almost full body, the finish is just OK, maybe a slight aftertaste that lingers on the back middle of tongue. Not unpleasant, but noticeable. Maybe slightly bitter. The longer I drink it as I get to the bottom of the cup, the lingering aftertaste remains so I am going down from my initial rating of 7 to 3.
Guatemalan - 7 mellow. Smooth. No aftertaste. Not much body. Good but unexciting.
Sumatra - 8 Same as Guatemalan with a little more body.
Ethiopian - 2 beans have a pungent smell. Not a bad smell, just different, I do not know how to explain it. The ground coffee doesn’t appear to have that smell, but the brewed coffee has retained some of that smell. The coffee has a pleasant taste at first. It seems to hit all of the tastebuds on the surface of the tongue, rather than just one area. The most pronounced taste is in the back of the tongue with a lingering aftertaste. Note, this was not a bad aftertaste at first. It just lingers. I rate the first few sips a 6. Let’s see how it goes as I drink more of it. Halfway through and the taste lingers on the back and sides of my tongue. Don’t like it. Making a different blend to finish out the morning.
Costa Rica - 9+ Complex. Full body. All over taste buds. Most pronounced in the middle to back. Lingering aftertaste but it is a pleasant aftertaste. First impression is a solid 9. Lingers on the back of tongue. Very pleasant. Similar to Guatemala but with a lingering presence and more body. As I got towards the bottom of the cup and the coffee became cooler, the flavors became more intense and complex. I really like this coffee.
Columian - 8 good flavorful middle of the road coffee. Taste is similar to just about any good quality supermarket coffee, except that it is fresher and tastier. Solid choice for anyone wanting to graduate from supermarket coffee. Nothing remarkable about it except it it is very good and better than anything you’re going to get from your local supermarket and definitely better than the best coffee you’ve ever gotten out of your coffee pod machine. I guess that does make it remarkable. A solid choice.
Pleasantly surprised with the quality of the coffee. Bold, flavorful, and a great kick. Used it to Kaye some great cold brew too.
The Green Tea is great!! Mixed with mango flavor is Awesome
Excellent coffee, one of the best I’ve had, I will definitely be making another order soon!
AIR ROASTING IS BETTER
We use an original small-batch SIVETZ Roaster, invented by the founder of air rosting, Michael Sivetz. Traditional drum roasters tumble the beans against the scalding hot metal interior, often burning the chaff (outer husk of the bean), causing it to sometimes smoke and leave a bitterness from the burnt husk.
Air roasters, like our SIVETZ, use hot air continuously pushing through creating a vortez, or a "fluidized bed," giving an even roast to each bean.
LESS CHAFF THAN DRUM ROASTING
Traditional drum roasters can have a variance from one batch to the next, while air roasters are not only more consistent, but leave substantially less chaff. The chaff is the protective outer husk of the bean. It's that paper-like flake you have seen in your grounds. Chaff distorts the flavor of the bean which can change with each batch. This is why air roasted beans are smoother, less acidic, and less bitter.
In other words, our coffee tastes amazing!
not to mention, we have some awesome people working for us
From our OG's who have been with us for 10+ years growing with our small business, to the newbies who have a passion for coffee and love serving others, we are here to create experiences and memories at your next event.
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Have a lot of clients? Need a cool idea for your bridesmaids and groomsmen? Or do you just want to treat your staff after a good quarter? We offer custom pricing and deep discounts for bulk orders of 8+ bags. You can even choose your grind and either get all one coffee, or one of each. Let us know your needs and we will do our best to fulfill them.