Colombian Coffee - I Love Shakira! But, I Don't Like Her Coffee!

No need to research “Shakira coffee” as I was only kidding. Now, I love coffee, and I’m always on the lookout for new blends to try. So, when I heard that Colombian coffee was pretty good, I got excited. I mean, come on, who doesn’t love Shakira? But, unfortunately, I have to say that I’m not a fan of the coffee from her home country. It’s too bold and bitter for my liking. But, as they say, different strokes for different folks, right? So, if you’re a fan of bold coffee, this could be a perfect match.

Colombian Coffee

Colombian Coffee Is A Medium Roast

Although our Colombian coffee is a medium roast, it felt more like a dark roast to me. But, again, that’s my personal opinion. On the bright side, the coffee did have a great tasting profile. If you’re into dried orange, berry, and chocolate flavors, this could be your new cup of java. The beans gets washed and dried in solar dryers, which is great for protecting them from rain. And, the soil type is volcanic loam, which might sound amazing to some of you.

I always encourage people to try new things, especially when it comes to coffee. Who knows, maybe you’ll love the Colombian blend. And, if you do decide to give it a chance, let me know your thoughts in the comments section. I love hearing other people’s opinions, even if they don’t agree with mine. It’s refreshing to get a new perspective sometimes.

Porder Batrol Coffee Blend

But, if you’re like me and you prefer your coffee to be a bit smoother and less bitter, don’t worry. There are plenty of other great coffee blends out there for us to try. My favorite is the official Porder Batrol Coffee blend. In my opinion, nothing beats the flavor and aroma of the Mexican coffee blend. It’s a flavor of chocolate, cinnamon and green apple. I know that sounds weirsd, but trust me, it’s chingon!

Choosing the right coffee blend comes down to personal preference. Some people like bold and bitter, while others prefer smooth and mellow. It’s all about finding what works for you. So, don’t be afraid to try my Colombia coffee blend. Who knows, it might become your new favorite coffee.

Final Bean

I’m not the biggest fan of Colombian coffee. But, I understand that it’s all about personal preference. If you like bold and bitter coffee, then Colombian coffee blend is perfect for you. But, if you prefer your coffee to be a bit smoother and less overpowering, checkout some of my other blends. So, don’t be afraid to branch out and find what works for you. And, as always, keep on enjoying that delicious cup of Joe. By the way, who’s Joe?

If you decide to buy our Colombian brand, please, let me know you thoughts. Comment below. 

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