We class this roast as a level ❸ out of 0 - 5 in colour.
Roasted with our Nicaraguan Jinotega Arabica coffee bean.
A medium roasted coffee just for that afternoon "pick me up".
A medium to smooth body and a mild yet distinct acidity, Nicaraguan coffees reviews indicate it provides rich yet subtle flavours, balanced sweetness, with a nutty bouquet, chocolate and sugar sweet.
Brew strength will be determined by your grind fineness, amount of coffee used per serving, brew method and so on.
❸ Pick Up, for that afternoon pick me up.
It is important to know that taste awareness vary, and some individuals may taste a particular acidity within the brew, that others may not. Furthermore, some acidity hints are more predominant at certain stages through the brew, i.e. as the brew temperature changes and so on.
Descriptive taste notes should not be confused with “flavours” as some retailers describe them. However, these "tones" are actually “hints” of acidity levels which can be found at the bean origin; for example, apple like acidity does not necessarily mean that the brew will have powerful undertones of apple within the brew.
With our coffee, we do not promote specific strong hints or “flavours”, but our individual tasting notes describe the beans typical acidity origin levels as a guidance.
Remember, your brew method(s) will have a big impact by cup time. But, however you brew and indulge your coffee, we hope you enjoy our coffee in your cup – happy caffeine re-fuelling with Give It Some Beans, small and dependable coffee roasters.