Mayorga Organics Cafe Cubano Review

Mayorga Organics Cafe Cubano
Overall Rating
89
Flavor & Aroma (50%)
90
Freshness (20%)
88
Balance & Acidity (10%)
85
Body & Mouthfeel (10%)
92
Roaster Reputation (10%)
90
The Bottom Line
An organic, Fair Trade, shade-grown, non-GMO dark roast from Central America, Mayorga Organics' Cafe Cubano is about as pure as coffee gets. This rich and roasted coffee is excellent all-around but enjoyed best as espresso.
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Key Features of the Mayorga Organics Cafe Cubano

Key Features of Mayorga Organics Cafe Cubano

  • Roast: Dark
  • Origin: Central America
  • Notes: Bold, dark, roasted
  • Organic: Yes

Mayorga Organics Cafe Cubano Overview

A Fair Trade, shade-grown, 100% Kosher, non-GMO roast sourced direct from small farms in Central America, this is a great coffee you can feel good about drinking.

This is actually an espresso bean you can find at Costco, but don’t let fool you. It belongs on this list.

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Mayorga Organics Cafe Cubano
An organic, Fair Trade, shade-grown, non-GMO dark roast from Central America, Mayorga Organics' Cafe Cubano is about as pure as coffee gets. This rich and roasted coffee is excellent all-around but enjoyed best as espresso.

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