The Catuai and Bourbon has an exquisite naturally sweet flavor that eschews any need for sweetener or creamer!
My brothers, Tony (2yrs. younger) and Tim (8yrs. younger) and I have a standing call every Sunday at 10AM CT. A few weeks ago the topic of conversation got around to how much we miss Honduran coffee. When we were kids in Honduras, my Dad, who worked for the United Fruit Co. (now United Brands) had a friend that owned the Kattan Coffee Company. He produced a label called Blue Room Coffee, especially for the Blue Room at the Roosevelt Hotel in New Orleans. Mr. Kattan would give my Dad a half dozen bags every time we visited. As a result of Tony, Tim and my reminiscing about the goodness of Honduran coffee, I went on line and found this "Espiritu de Animal" (Spirit Animal) coffee, ordered it and sent them each a bag, which we then all sampled during one of our calls! The 90.5 Pt. rated Catuai and Bourbon has an exquisite flavor, but since, it is a medium roast, I have found that a fine grind brings out the most robust flavor. Since, it is naturally sweet, in my humble opinion, it should never be adulterated with a sweetener or creamer. I drink 10 cups per day and never tire of the flavor nuances and fresh goodness that comes with the quick delivery after roasting, and the fact that it is grown in the shade at high altitudes!
Thank you, Paul Gromek and your Team at Spirit Animal coffee!