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Coffee: Maple Tap - Ground
A simple reminder of a fall breakfast in New England. Earthy notes of wood and smoke include an aromatic maple oil.
If your a coffee aficionado you'll want to know all the details of this delicious cup they call Maple Tap. They start with the coffee they call "Dark Bark" which James would consider to be your "classic cup of coffee”. It is a “single origin” coffee (meaning not a blend) from the Guatica township of Risaralda, Colombia. The plants are grown pesticide-free and the beans are harvested from October through April. They are the are fully washed and sun dried before making their way to Jacksonville.
This particular bean they use provides a low acidic coffee with earthy notes of wood and smoke --- while maintaining a smooth yet, heavy body. But because this coffee is roasted to a “full city” roast (dark), it has a lower amount of caffeine. This makes it a great after dinner or evening cup of coffee as well as a jitter-free morning brew.
As for the "maple" in this tap, it is made by adding an aromatic maple oil to their Dark Bark Coffee. The infusion is made after the roasting process has completed. This process not only adds a distinct aroma, but a sweet taste of maple on the finish of an already amazing cup of coffee. This coffee is great for the drinkers looking for something a little sweeter or needing a little reminder of the crisp fall days in New England.
ABOUT THE ARTISAN
Roaster and co-owner, James Adams, got his start in Chicago learning about coffee and started roasting in mid 2000's when he moved to Jacksonville. He and his business partner, Bob Heinrich, started their first business in 2007, roasting for their own coffee shop in Mandarin. In 2014, they left the retail world to focus on their passion of roasting and grow their Jacksonville based company. Today, they roast for popular restaurants like Maple Street Biscuit Company, Urban Grind, and other locally owned coffee houses throughout Northeast Florida.