It has taken me a while to appreciate lighter, citrusy coffees. For the longest time I have preferred super-dark coffees that are cooked to the point that their personalities (if they had any to begin with) are blasted away.
Coffees such as Java City’s Café Del Corazon, however, have helped me transition into loving lighter coffees.
The flavor of this particular blend is light and vibrant. Very clean finish. You can taste the freshness and quality in this unique blend before and after brewing.
Thanks to Java City, I have learned a thing or two about what makes organic coffee “organic.” If all the steps leading up to an end-product (such as a bag of coffee that you buy off the shelf) hold up to certain ecological and human rights standards, then this product can be “Certified Organic.” Café Del Corazon is certified organic by QAI (qai-inc.com) who specialize in qualifying products that claim to be organic.
Also, after browsing through Java City’s website (JavaCity.com) I found this interesting link listing some specific uses of coffee of which I was not aware, including an insect repellent, deodorizer and dust-inhibitor. This goes to show you, coffee really can be integrated into practically every aspect of life.