As others have said, this coffee tastes great as a light, medium, or dark roast.
A consistent roast level throughout the batch.
The flavor is more sweet than acidic, and well balanced. Enjoy!
I tried this bean due to watching a guy I follow on YouTube. He mentioned Bodhi Leaf along with these El Salvador beans. I'm so glad I tried them both for the 1st time.
I watched a guy i follow on YouTube recommend Bodhi Leaf along with El Salvador beans. I knew absolutely nothing about green coffee beans or the process. Wow! I must have gotten lucky? The smell and taste is amazing! Our home smells like a gourmet coffee shop. Ty Bodhi Leaf and my friend Travis on YouTube.
As a light-medium, this bean hits. It may just be that staple coffee that you always need to keep on hand. I've found that it can be brewed any way you want...even as a straight espresso or milk-based drink. This is a swiss army knife coffee.
I've been taking this to a solid medium level in my Behmor (darker end of City+, dropping to cool about a minute after first crack is over) and have enjoyed the combination of nutty and caramel/brown sugar notes it brings; reminds me of Nutella! Low acidity and a good candidate for darker roasts if that's your thing. Large beans lend to it being easy to roast and track changes in color and surface texture.