Mad Anthony Wayne Cafe
19087 Dark

Roaster Location: Flag of United States Wayne, Pennsylvania

5.00(1)

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Roast Level: Dark
Organic Fair Trade

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Latest Reviews and Tasting Notes

  • Sherbs Reviews

    40 roasts rated, avg score of 4.23

    5.00 - Average

    9.5/10 on this roast. i’ve come to realize that through this page i’m really discovering my taste in coffee. I always thought it was dark roast but i’m more sure of it now. if you all saw my post from the other day about starting to buy, grind and brew whole bean coffee and failing then you know why we are here.

    this black and tan coffee from @madanthonywaynecafe is absolutely delicious. From the first open of the can it smelled fresh, looked great and I just knew I was about to drink something good. I was not wrong this mix of various different roasts was absolutely divine. It was smooth and fresh and the flavors blended so well together. One more thing I love is that they are veteran owned and operated.

    Cupping Method:Follow @sippingwithsherbs on Instagram for more reviews of coffee and other beverages!

    2 months ago · See more from Sherbs

More Details

Roast Level: Dark
Dark roast coffee features a more intense, robust flavor profile due to its longer roasting time. Therefore, when selecting a dark roast, expect less acidity, a full body, and flavors like dark chocolate, smokiness, and a hint of bitterness.
Organic
Organic coffee is produced without synthetic chemicals, such as pesticides, herbicides, and artificial fertilizers. Instead, organic coffee farmers rely on natural and sustainable agricultural practices like crop rotation, composting, and biological pest control. To be labeled as organic, coffee must meet strict regulations and certification criteria set by governing bodies, such as the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) or the European Union (EU). Organic coffee not only supports environmental sustainability but may also offer health benefits, as it contains fewer chemical residues than conventionally grown coffee.
Fair trade
Fair-trade coffee refers to coffee beans that are produced, traded, and sold following a set of ethical and social standards designed to ensure fair treatment of farmers and workers in the coffee industry. Fair Trade organizations work to create a more equitable global trade model by prioritizing the well-being of small-scale coffee producers and farm workers, primarily in developing countries.
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