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This fruity, floral blend is on deck to become “that coffee from Onyx that completely redefined my relationship with coffee." With juicy flavors of stone fruit, earl gray, and honeysuckle, this light roast is a fantastic way to be introduced to modern, complex coffees.
|Tasting Notes||Berries, Stone Fruit, Earl Gray, Honeysuckle|
About Pour Over Pouches
Each Pour Over Pouch comes individually packaged and nitrogen-flushed to preserve freshness for up to a year. There are 12 pouches per box. The ingredients are 100% coffee, with no added flavors or preservatives.
About Our Roasters
- Specialty Coffee: We exclusively source 100% specialty coffee, which ranks at least 80/100 on the SCA scale—the highest grade possible.
- Top Roasters: We collaborate closely with top roasters nationwide, fine-tuning settings to unleash the full potential of their exceptional coffee in our pouches.
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The perfect morning ritual
Whether you're an entrepreneur, a young professional with a busy schedule, or a devoted parent with limited time, there's always a shortage of hours in the day. But don't worry, we've got your coffee needs covered.
at the office
at a hotel
on a camping trip
For a coffee drinking experience, the earl grey and stonefruit notes were the most prominent, it's interesting cos it's a blend, so it's not like other single origins which I normally have.
The flavors are rich, and the fact that they're eco-friendly makes me love it even more.
Initial aroma upon brewing was so delightful! I could tell that it was going to be a brighter tasting coffee. Delivered on the earl grey tea notes. I liked the instructions the most, easy to follow and no need for be overly precise!
Very good. I made it at work which was very convenient. I usually grind my own beans (single origin) there in a baratza and make a pour-over. As I was working I forgot that my coffee was different until I remembered near the bottom of the cup. I thought it was very well balanced. I wish I would have drank it a little slower to get the flavors as it got cooler but I guess it was too good for patience.