• Halo Indian Parchment

    Halo Indian Parchment Review

    Origin: Robusta coffee from India Intensity: strong Order: Buy Indian Parchment at the official store Light brown foam. Inconsistent crema. Pleasant cereals and woody smell, with a distinct sweetness. A vague spices’ aroma too, like cedarwood and incense. Dry and light-bodied, surprisingly for a Robusta blend. Somewhat bitter, but not overwhelmingly so and surely just enough to be noticed but to not cover any of the other flavours. Practically no acidity whatsoever. Main flavours are typical woodiness, with a tinge of sweetness. Persisting aftertaste of which malted cereals and a low bitterness are the main components. A pod that works better as a ristretto or espresso, as it is not…

  • Halo Three Mountain

    Halo Three Mountain Review

    Origin: coffee from Colombia, Nepal and Kenya Intensity: mild Order: Buy Halo Three Mountain at the official store Light brown foam. Tenuous aroma, particularly on the sweet side and with strong malted cereals notes. A bit of woodiness can be discerned too. At the first taste quite dry, light-bodied and with a low intensity. Not bitterness either at first, only in the aftertaste. Feeble crema. Barely present acidity, a very low-key, mild cup with a gentle mouthfeel. Nuts and chocolate flavours dominate, with undertones of sweet moleasses. The low acidity has berries qualities. To sum it up, a gentle, buttery cup of coffee where chocolate and nutty bitterness is partly…