Blue Horse 100% Kona Review

Blue Horse 100% Kona
Overall Rating
90
Flavor & Aroma (50%)
90
Freshness (20%)
87
Balance & Acidity (10%)
92
Body & Mouthfeel (10%)
91
Roaster Reputation (10%)
88
The Bottom Line
An authentic, 100% Kona roast from the volcanic soil of Hawaii's Big Island, Blue Horse 100% Kona is dark and rich with strong chocolate notes and a raw, volcanic flavor that screams Hawaii.
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Key Features of the Blue Horse 100% Kona

Key Features of Blue Horse 100% Kona

  • Roast: Dark
  • Organic: No, but from a small single-family farm in the Kona region of Hawaii Island, Hawaii
  • Origin: Kona, Hawaii Island, Hawaii
  • Notes: Chocolate, hints of almond and vanilla, almost raw and “volcanic” in flavor

Blue Horse 100% Kona Overview

A great 100% Kona coffee, Blue Horse was my go-to for a whole year before I decided to switch things up.

(Now I’m drinking Ethiopian and Kenyan coffees.)

This roast is similar to the Koa Coffee 100% Kona above but it’s a little heavier on the chocolaty flavors.

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Is the Blue Horse 100% Kona for you?

Is Blue Horse 100% Kona for you?

Blue Horse 100% Kona Review: An In-Depth Look

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Blue Horse 100% Kona
An authentic, 100% Kona roast from the volcanic soil of Hawaii's Big Island, Blue Horse 100% Kona is dark and rich with strong chocolate notes and a raw, volcanic flavor that screams Hawaii.

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