Monday, January 28, 2013
Boyer's Coffee *Sponsor #CoffeeteaRevue
"In 1973, Bill Boyer began slow roasting specialty coffee beans and discovered a secret. With less humidity and a slower roast, Colorado’s high altitude creates a roasted coffee bean with a flavor second to none – smooth, fresh and extraordinary.
To this day, Boyer’s Coffee is created from the finest hand-selected Arabica beans chosen from the world’s select coffee-growing regions. Arabica beans are grown exclusively at high altitude, creating a body and density that have a distinct flavor and aroma. Once combined with our small batch, slow-roasting techniques, our beans create the consistently superior coffee that is Boyer’s.
Inside every one of our unique, one-way valve bags, you will find Bill’s discovery, always delivered faster and fresher from the historic schoolhouse we call home on North Washington Street in Denver."
Slow roasted, Colorado Smoky Mountain goodness. I was pleased to try the Mexican Altura this morning. Oh goodness was that a wonderful coffee! I am in love with dark roasts and this was fantastic! This is a single origin coffee with a super smooth flavor. Not acidic at all, just a nice strong, yet gentle flavor.
Boyers Coffee is one of those local coffee houses that I would love to visit if I can get over to Colorado! I love the vintage look of the old school house, the dedication to history, and the love of coffee all in one place.
This Boyers Mug, made in the USA is one of my new favorites! I can imagine sitting in the coffee house this way :)
Boyer's has single roasts and blends from light to dark and everything in between. I have tried several coffee's from boyer's and have never been disappointed with any of them! They are a fantastic roaster and their coffee if absolutely fantastic!
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I received product from the company to facilitate a fair and honest review. All opinons expressed are solely my own.