David Schomer's Vivace Vita Espresso Coffee

$28.49
Latte Rewards: $0.56

5 out of 5 stars based on 18 customer reviews

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David Schomer's Vivace Vita Espresso Coffee has been blended and roasted to create the perfect caffe latte and received an 8 out of 10 in the “with milk” analysis of the Coffee Review rating. Kenneth Davids Coffee Review gave this blend a score of 89 out of 100 in 2004.

David Schomer's Vivace Vita Espresso Coffee is slowly roasted to develop a sweet caramel nature in the cup. Because of the high extraction potential of espresso machines, the roasting process is tuned to develop coffee flavors to the fullest--then quickly stopped before the oils can "sweat" on the surface of the bean.

Espresso Vita has been designed to feature a strong note of caramel when combined with milk products. Incredible body makes this blend ideal for drip coffee and French press as well. Available as whole bean in 12oz bags shipped direct 3 day air to you from the roaster.

Please Note: This coffee is shipped 3-day air directly from the roaster to ensure freshness, and cannot be shipped internationally.

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Flavor Notes
Aroma Notes: Sweetly musty, cherry & apple
Taste Notes: Strong note of caramel
Finish Notes: Mildly woody then fruit notes in the aftertaste
Palate Notes: Heavy body with a tingle in the mouthfeel
Roast Profile
Roast Profile: Medium
Best For Brewing
Espresso: Yes
Drip & Espresso: Yes
Drip: Yes
Pour Over: Yes
French Press: Yes
Coffee Condition
Whole Bean: Yes
Coffee State
Regular Caffeine: Yes
Coffee Packaging
Container: Bag
Container Size: 12oz
Coffee Type
Blend: Yes
Coffee Origin
Where Roasted: USA
Country Imported From: USA
Review
Customer Review: 4.8 Stars
Coffee Review: The Coffee Review
Possible Score: 100
Review Score: 89
Reviewer: Kenneth Davids

Bold But Not Oily

Posted By: Whole Latte Love
Jun 10, 2010 03:54PM
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