Len's Espresso Blends in Pittsburgh. Just tried blend #5 and am very impressed, balanced, smooth, creamy, a little chocolate, compares favorably to Black Cat. Had it with milk, Quickmill Andreja, Mazzer Mini.
I found the single-origin PNG (Papua New Guinea) roasted to a medium-to-dark roast to be very good. As espresso, it presents smooth mouth feel, nutty undertones and mellow finish which made for a very easy espresso for the newbie palate.
...Purchased from The Conservatory for Coffee, Tea & Cocoa in Culver City, California.
Panther Coffee down here in Miami, drinking their Kenya right now, like a light-med roast, which very few I'm a fan of but it was pretty good and surprisingly has this really nice "creamy" taste in milk. Smells friggen delicious too in the bag and when grinding lol. Think that was my 1st African S.O. , Panthers coffees though are always exceptional, bit pricey, but damn good.
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