Mountain Thunder 100% Kona Review

Mountain Thunder 100% Kona
Overall Rating
93
Flavor & Aroma (50%)
93
Freshness (20%)
92
Balance & Acidity (10%)
93
Body & Mouthfeel (10%)
93
Roaster Reputation (10%)
92
The Bottom Line
A smooth roast with caramel and floral nuances, Mountain Thunder 100% Kona medium roast has a velvety texture and is sun-ripened, low-acid, and hand-picked for exceptional quality.
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Key Features of the Mountain Thunder 100% Kona

Key Features of Mountain Thunder 100% Kona

  • Roast: Medium
  • Grade: Extra Fancy
  • Flavor: Smooth caramel and floral notes

Mountain Thunder 100% Kona Overview

Fun fact: This coffee won 1st place in the Gevalia Cupping Contest in both 2003 and 2009.

Low in acidity, handpicked, and sustainably farmed, it is then roasted and shipped in vacuum-sealed bags for maintaining its freshness.

Deserving of the Extra Fancy tag, it’s also sun-ripened.

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Is the Mountain Thunder 100% Kona for you?

Is Mountain Thunder 100% Kona for you?

Mountain Thunder 100% Kona Review: An In-Depth Look

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Mountain Thunder 100% Kona
A smooth roast with caramel and floral nuances, Mountain Thunder 100% Kona medium roast has a velvety texture and is sun-ripened, low-acid, and hand-picked for exceptional quality.

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