Mastermind Coffee Low-Acid, Brain-Enhancing Espresso Roast Review

Mastermind Coffee Low-Acid, Brain-Enhancing Espresso Roast
Overall Rating
85
Flavor & Aroma (50%)
84
Freshness (20%)
87
Balance & Acidity (10%)
82
Body & Mouthfeel (10%)
85
Roaster Reputation (10%)
83
The Bottom Line
A low-acid espresso roast from Mastermind Coffee, their Brain-Enhancing blend is smooth and strong with a hint of sweetness but not much complexity. Some claim a cup helps your mind, but it's definitely easy on your stomach.
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Key Features of the Mastermind Coffee Low-Acid, Brain-Enhancing Espresso Roast

Key Features of Mastermind Coffee Low-Acid, Brain-Enhancing Espresso Roast

  • Weight: 10 oz
  • Organic: Yes
  • Origin: Unlisted
  • Notes: Smooth and strong with slight sweetness

Mastermind Coffee Low-Acid, Brain-Enhancing Espresso Roast Overview

Mastermind is described as the anti-acid coffee (alkaline, in other words) with some health aficionados claiming that they have heightened mental alertness after a cup of this coffee.

(That’s where the name comes from.)

Many people claim to have enjoy the energy this coffee naturally provides but without any jitters.

Perhaps a bit less flavorful than some other low-acid coffees, Mastermind certainly is one that lives up to the low-acidity claim.

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Mastermind Coffee Low-Acid, Brain-Enhancing Espresso Roast
A low-acid espresso roast from Mastermind Coffee, their Brain-Enhancing blend is smooth and strong with a hint of sweetness but not much complexity. Some claim a cup helps your mind, but it's definitely easy on your stomach.

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