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Sophisticated & Classic Espresso

Dark brown sugar, caramel, and semi-sweet chocolate best describe what we taste in this blend. Roasted for espresso, but equally delicious as a drip coffee, you can't go wrong here. Go with your gut and don't look back. 

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JW
01/14/2022
Jason W.
United States United States

Great Espresso

Just starting out with home espresso, this coffee is great in lattes or on its own.

TM
09/28/2021
tony M.
United States United States

Our favorit

Just the two of us now so this is such a treat for us twice a day. We buy the 5lb bag of Fast Track whole bean. Really enjoy. We have tried many different brands and never bought the 5lb bags before. This is great. Tony & Barbara

BF
09/19/2021
Brandi F.
United States United States

Absolutely love it

It is so refreshing to find coffee that is roasted locally. This flavor is one of my favorites and a regular go to! It is so smooth and delicious.

RH
08/13/2021
Renee H.
United States United States

Iced coffee favorite

great afternoon iced coffee delight.

JH
07/19/2021
John H.
United States United States

Makes a Really Nice Espresso

Really nice roast on this blend. The roast level reveals the delicate nature to the flavor and brings out the blend well. Another reviewer stated that these beans appeared dry for espresso beans. In response, I would say that not all espresso blends are roasted to a point where the beans become oily. I tend to avoid those darker roasts because they are nothing but charcoal and burnt oil/rancidity. This blend is not dry. This is a 3rd wave style of blend and roast in my opinion. Lots of complexity in the cup and if extracted well on your machine, you'll get a good body and sweetness. No sourness or bitterness if you avoid temperature extremes and stick to a 1:2.5 ratio.