Lima Coffee Roasters

Espresso 11:11

4.3

Fort Collins , CO

Espresso 11:11
12 OZ
1
$0 

This is a Rich, Chocolatey & Smooth medium dark blend crafted with multiple brewing methods in mind.

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Fully Washed; Natural

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Notes from the curator

Brewing recommendations: Espresso Drip Pour Over French Press Rich, Chocolatey & Smooth The number 11:11 makes you stop and reflect on life. While we were building our dream, we saw it manifested in various ways as a reminder to never give up. We hope that this blend would help you take a pause and pursue your dreams!

More about Lima Coffee Roasters

It is simple. We love people and how coffee brings us together. We are passionate about our relationships with our farmers and local artisans in order to create excellence in every cup.

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Customer Reviews

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Ethan Van Buskirk avatarSuper Smooth and Creamy

These beans taste very smooth and creamy! Excellent chocolate notes for a dark roast that is not overly roasted. Would highly recommend for a great mix up to whatever your routine is!

by Ethan Van Buskirk
Craig Edelstein avatarGreat cup of coffee with spin

Makes a great mug with the Spinn, smooth and tasty, would highly recommend

by Craig Edelstein
Volodymyr Prysiazhniuk avatarsour coffee

I’ve ordered it as my first coffee pack after spinn arrived. The coffee is sour and not to my taste at all.

by Volodymyr Prysiazhniuk
Matt Martz avatarNot Great

I ordered this coffee because of all the great reviews. At best this is a medium roast. Espresso shots and americanos are very sour. Coffee was decent but the moment it started to cool it became sour. Would not recommend.

by Matt Martz
null avatarwow

Definitely a repeat on this one!

by Spinn Customer
Joshua et Hannah Sholes avatarCan't go wrong with this.

This bean has become our go-to for automatic ordering. Normally, I keep the automatic order varied with a bit of experimentation, but very few coffee beans stay on the rotation. This was the first and now most common on the stack. It produces an excellent, smooth, darker medium coffee. Works for both an espresso and as a drip. A great bean.

by Joshua et Hannah Sholes