Asked them what grind they recommend for my moka pot (since it should be somewhere between French press and espresso grinds). They suggested the perfect grind and had it ready for pick up very quickly. I placed the order on Saturday evening and it was ready by Monday morning. The smell was so intoxicating. I am so excited to make my first cup.
Great coffee. I got daybreak. I ended up just walking in and talking to the owner and getting some coffee, but I recommend ordering online! It smells so good there too. Check them out!
Their espresso beans are one of the finest in town. Consistently yields Good tasting creamy and sweet espresso. Beats dazbog, bean cycle , bindle any day !
Consistently roasted beans that make great pour-over/drip coffee. We buy pretty much weekly and don’t feel like it is a compromise for the sake of value like ordering in bulk online, though the price is nearly as good. Unlike purchasing from bulk bins at Whole Paycheck, which has the most fresh beans of local grocery stores, Cafe Richesse beans are always fresh and the grounds always require blooming. Probably the most appealing medium roast given our varied tastes; one of us prefers a lighter roast and the single origin Brazil is the best compromise we have found. In addition, the Peru beans are lighter with greater citrus-fruit notes (acidity?) but still brew a very balanced cup with a level of richness compared to some extremely bright light roasts that lack body—making it also suitable for daily drinking, though, be warned that it clearly has more caffeine.
We enjoy trying various beans and supporting local roasters. Richesse is our go to brand. It’s also a great price and love that our favorite is from their farm in Brazil:). ThAnk you!
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