Two weeks ago I came home to an amazing care package from the kind folks at DOMA Coffee Roasting Company of Post Falls, Idaho. I couldn’t have been more excited; not only because I happened to be out of coffee, but also because it’d been a while since I’ve felt like making coffee since I get a pretty decent brew at work for free. I have a feeling I’ll be brewing at home much more often now.
All coffee from DOMA is certified organic and fair trade, including The Chronic and La Bicicletta blends. I’ve nearly finished off the pound of Chronic and it’s definitely up there with some of the best coffee I’ve had. No joke. Before I even opened up the mailer-package, my entire apartment already reeked of the “super dank” beans. I’m no coffee snob, but The Chronic is a very flavorful roast with a more dynamic taste than what I’m usually drinking. They describe it as having hints of cocoa and walnut, and I’m surely noticing the cocoa. If nothing else, the packaging is rad – I’m definitely keeping these letter-pressed bags for the cork board once I’m through.
Learn more about DOMA, their culture and the coffee on their site. Be sure to browse their variety of coffee blends too.