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Tim Black Signature Blend

 

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Product Description

Tim Black Signature Blend


Roast level – Medium/Dark

Flavor Profile: Dark Chocolaty, Fruity, Clean, Sweet Bubble Gum


Sweet cup, velvety and creamy body with dark chocolate and smoky notes. This coffee is for those who enjoy a full bodied coffee experience without the bitter aftertaste so often experienced with a dark roast.

Country: Ethiopia
Area: Djimma, Harrar,Limu
Altitude: 1800-2000 M
Varietals: Heirloom
Process: Washed/Natural

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Additional Information

Coffee Package Size:

12oz, 24oz, 35 oz, 70oz

Moto’s story

Long ago, men did not know how to make moto, marafiki. When lightning struck and created moto, the people captured it with sticks and took it with them to cook and light their villages with. Whole villages worked hard to make sure their moto did not go out. And when it occasionally did, they often went for long times with cold food.

Those were also the days that men were first becoming acquainted with buni. They would pick the bright red berries and find the pale seeds inside. They learned to roast the pale seeds until they turned brown and glistened with oil. They learned to crush the roasted beans and drip water through the powder to make delicious coffee.

One day, in a village not far from here called Epesi, a man was experimenting with the ground buni beans and discovered a way to let steam pass through the aromatic powder. The coffee that came from it was strong, black and frothy – so strong, in fact, none in the village were brave enough to drink it (for all knew the power of buni).

Yes, rafiki, all were fearful but one. Espressa, the bright young daughter of the man who had made the strong brew, decided to try it. She sipped the strong, hot beverage gingerly. At once, she felt wonderfully energetic. She broke from the village on a dead run, feeling the joy of energy inside her. Round and round the village she ran, faster and faster in the tall grass that surrounded the village. So fast she ran, the grass began to heat up and, yes, you guessed it, moto appeared licking in the tall leaves.

The villagers, in wonder, ran out and stopped Espressa from running. They were afraid the village would burn up! And so, mankind learned that friction of fast movement makes moto and they never had to wait for lightning again! Now, if you want to run fast enough to make moto, try a dark coffee drink called espresso, named to this day for the woman from Epesi.

3 reviews for Tim Black Signature Blend

  1. 5 out of 5

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  2. 5 out of 5

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  3. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    I’m rounding up. Keeping it 100% real, it’s a 4.5 out of 5 stars. I made a video of my review, and you can view it here:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E281rkvygbA&t=5s

    A one-take video review trying out Tim Black’s Signature Blend coffee. I ordered whole beans, ground it fine, and used an aeropress. It’s a medium dark roast, but I didn’t find it as bitter as I was expecting. I also added two teaspoons of sugar, as well as finally adding a half serving of frothed whole milk. Two thumbs up, or 3.5 out of 4 stars (or 4.5 out of 5 stars). Only because I love Kona coffee, comparing it to my favorite, it’s not quite at that level. But, because it helps support Tim Black, definitely rounding up, and not down.

    Black – Subtle flavor. Not too bold. Not too bitter. I could drink the coffee black, and I prefer milk and sugar!

    Black with sugar – Amplifies the taste, in a good way! Still subtle, and the bitter is still there, but man, that tastes good.

    Sugar and frothed milk – Now, this is the way I like my coffee. Goes down real smooth. I could drink this all day and all night!

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      Hi Ebon,

      Thanks for the order & the comments (we’ll have to disagree on Ethiopian versus Kona….but that it the fun of specialty coffee). Getting the grind right is critical for espresso – one so more than an Aeropress. When I last showed at CoffeeFest in Seattle, the guy in the stand next to me promoting Aeropress. He couldn’t get enough of our Moto (this is actually our espresso blend). Might want to try the Moto next time. Enjoy the coffee. I agree with the comment of the smoothness..I have selected an Italian roaster specifically to pull the body fromthe African coffees to support the wonderful natural flavours that they are loaded with. Tim Black’s Signature Blend has notes of dark & milk chocolate which should be more pronounced on cooling. Thanks again…the Bean Whisperer

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      Hey Ebon,

      I really enjoyed the You tube video. I have posted it on Twitter. Cheers…Coffee Whisperer

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