Columbus, Ohio (PRWEB) February 28, 2014
An organic coffee from Crimson Cup Coffee & Tea, an Ohio coffee roaster and coffee franchise alternative, recently received an outstanding 90 score from Kenneth Davids and the Coffee Review. Reviewers described Organic Bali Kintamani Natural as, “… an impressively lush, voluptuous coffee.”
Crimson Cup Founder and President Greg Ubert said independent reviews support the company’s goal of showcasing the hard work of farmers who plant, grow and process awesome coffee. “We’re dedicated to roasting exceptional coffees and to helping independent coffee house owners make a living by brewing and serving better coffee.”
Coffee Review’s blind assessment of Organic Bali Kintamani Natural included, “Intensely sweet and fruit-toned. Brown sugar, dark chocolate, strawberry, hazelnut, a hint of mint in aroma and cup. Roundly rich acidity; full, syrupy mouthfeel. The finish is impressively sweet and flavor-saturated …” The complete January 2014 review is available on the Coffee Review website.
The Bourbon and Typica varietals predominant in Organic Bali Kintamani Natural grow beneath tangerine, orange and other shade trees at elevations of 4,200 to 5,500 feet atop a large volcanic plateau. Bali prohibits use of pesticides, and all fertilizers are 100 percent organic. The coffee is naturally dry processed, meaning coffee beans are dried inside the coffee cherries instead of being removed from the fruit before processing. Crimson Cup lightly roasts the beans to preserve their origin flavors.
The coffee is available at Crimson Cup Coffee House in Clintonville and on the Crimson Cup website. A 12-ounce bag of fresh-roasted beans costs $15.95.
About Crimson Cup Coffee & Tea
Since 1991, Crimson Cup Coffee & Tea has hand-roasted specialty coffee in Columbus, Ohio and taught independent business owners how to be successful through its coffee shop franchise alternative program. Sustainably sourced Crimson Cup coffee is available through a network of more than 350 independent coffee houses, grocers, college and universities, restaurants and food service operations across 28 states, as well as the company’s own Crimson Cup Coffee House in the Columbus suburb of Clintonville. For more information, visit crimsoncup.com.