Lucy Jo's Mellow Belly Low-Acid Review

Lucy Jo's Mellow Belly Low-Acid
Overall Rating
90
Flavor & Aroma (50%)
91
Freshness (20%)
90
Balance & Acidity (10%)
92
Body & Mouthfeel (10%)
90
Roaster Reputation (10%)
85
The Bottom Line
A medium-roast blend of 100% Arabica from Indonesia and Brazil, Lucy Jo's Mellow Belly is an organic, low-acid option that's smooth and sweet with a hint of spice. It also comes in both whole bean and ground coffee.
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Key Features of the Lucy Jo's Mellow Belly Low-Acid

Key Features of Lucy Jo's Mellow Belly Low-Acid

  • Weight: 11 oz
  • Organic: Yes
  • Origin: Indonesia and Brazil
  • Notes: Smooth, sweet and earthy, with a hint of spice

Lucy Jo's Mellow Belly Low-Acid Overview

Aptly-named, this brand of coffee is known as a great choice among low-acid varieties.

It’s a medium roast and contains 100% Arabica beans.

Lucy Jo’s takes a hands-on approach to selecting and roasting, with each bean selected capable of standing as a single-origin. Also available offerings from Lucy Jo’s:

  • Organic Brainstorm (creamy medium blend)
  • Organic Sumatra (bold dark roast)
  • Low Acid French Roast (smooth, rich dark blend)
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Lucy Jo's Mellow Belly Low-Acid
A medium-roast blend of 100% Arabica from Indonesia and Brazil, Lucy Jo's Mellow Belly is an organic, low-acid option that's smooth and sweet with a hint of spice. It also comes in both whole bean and ground coffee.

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