kkillebrew Senior Member Joined: 12 Nov 2011 Posts: 6 Location: Austin, TX Expertise: I love coffee
Espresso: Pavoni Pro, Europiccola,... Grinder: Baratza Vario Drip: Mr Coffee!
Posted Sat Feb 23, 2013, 9:28am Subject: Re: Whole Latte Love Blends
You will find some fairly neg comments about them if you look at reviews. I ordered their house specialty espresso and it came in a timely enough manner though there was no communication as to whether they had gotten my order or not, it just appeared.
I tried their espresso a couple of times and then gave the rest away. At the time I preferred Lavazza Super Crema, which I thought was much better. That says something I believe since Lavazza at its best is just okay when compared to anything produced by Jeff Patel at Redbird Coffee.
Redbird Blue Jaguar Redbird Espresso Redbird Sweet Blue - a single origin pea berry - right now I would say it makes the best espresso I have ever had. Most my family would agree, I'd suggest you try it and forget Whole Lotte Blends.
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