Onyx Coffee Lab "Geometry Blend" Medium Roasted Whole Bean Coffee
Introducing Onyx Coffee Lab from Arkansas! They offer extremely high-quality coffee & tea from around the world. Whole Bean "Geometry Blend" Coffee, freshly roasted by Onyx Coffee Lab. Geometry has been defined as "describing spaces that lie beyond the normal range of human experience." Soon it will also be defined as "that coffee from Onyx that I am in love with and completely redefined my relationship with coffee." Onyx Coffee Lab roasts their coffee using Solar Energy, and each bag is made with 100% renewable plant-based resources. Available in three sizes: 10 Ounce, 2 Pounds, or 5 Pounds.
It's our answer for everything and has two of our favorite coffees—a washed processed Ethiopian & Colombian. This blend has become one of our favorite coffees. We love it as a filter coffee, and we love it as espresso. And not only does it taste great as either but it's easy to dial in as espresso or filter."
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- High-quality coffee from all around the world
- Rare & unique roasts
- Distinct flavor profiles
- Whole Bean Coffee
- Origin: Colombia, Ethiopia
- Process: Washed
- Elevation: 1950-2100 Meters
- Cup: Berries, Sweet Lemon, Earl Grey, Honey, Silky & Round
Onyx Coffee is based in Arkansas, USA.
"Admit it—when you were a kid, you didn't think you would be thinking of Geometry as an adult. But we have turned the tables on you, like a Lazy Susan. But don't worry, our Geometry will not stress you out like middle school. Great as a filter coffee or an espresso, this blend has become our answer for everything. Don't believe us? Here are some examples:
Q: Which coffee do you want for filter coffee?
Q: What coffee should we have as an espresso?
Q: The Pythagorean theorem is a formula used in which form of mathematics?
This coffee is ridiculously good and approachable while also remaining complex. It will convert even the most skeptical towards Specialty.
Our approach to creating blends is a bit different at Onyx. Instead of choosing coffees from specific countries or regions that will, in theory, intertwine well to develop complex & cohesive flavors like most, we start from the end and work our way back. This perspective means we choose to create a particular flavor profile first - deciding which acidities, sugars, and fats we want to accentuate for the coffee. Once a flavor profile has been set, in this case, blueberry, lemon, and tea for Geometry. We then start cupping blind through a large number of coffees to find these specific attributes. With this blend, the Colombian gives us a syrupy, clean, fermented fruit flavor. It shows itself up front and in the finish. Next, we add a washed Ethiopian to add more fruit and complexity.
The purpose is that once a flavor profile is created, we update the coffees that makeup Geometry every 2-3 months. This allows us to have a year-round blend with a flavor profile of high quality while retaining our commitment to seasonal coffees. This vigorous amount of cupping and blending takes a considerable amount of time. But we really think it makes the difference and is a system we use for all our blends.
Feel excited that the coffee you are tasting is always in season, and therefore, it is cupping and tasting to its full potential. We will never compromise our commitment to high-quality coffees and blends, whether it’s a single origin release or a blend component. You will not find Onyx buying “blender” coffees to save cost or prolong a good coffee. We also always keep blends to three coffees or less and maintain ratios in the build. This way what you extract is the flavor profile we designed."