In this week’s coffee cover, I’m talking about some wonderful specialty coffee coming from Milwaukee, Wisconsin! Let’s discuss about Anodyne Coffee. Hailing from the cheese capital of the US, Anodyne Coffee roasts all of its coffee in micro batches, ensuring a quality roast and satisfaction with customers in every bag. Having the opportunity to chat with Anodyne’s new account specialist, Olivia Stemwell gave me much more insight with how the company utilizes its methodical approach in putting quality & coffee together.
Anodyne (ân-e’-d-n’) adj 1. Capable of soothing or eliminating pain. 2. Relaxing n. A medicine that relieves pain. 2. A source of soothing comfort.
Anodyne’s coffee we are talking about in this week’s coverage is from the Ermera region, East Timor Letefoho. Overall, I immediately picked up taste notes of fresh maple and lime zest. It possesses a medium body and has a very clean and crisp finish. It is a fully washed processed coffee, predominantly of the typica and Timor hybrid varietal, harvested by multiple producers. The clean finish to tasting the coffee was to be expected considering it being of the washed process.
I thoroughly enjoyed Anodyne Coffee’s East Timor Letefoho as it reminds me of basking in the fresh air of the forest while camping. Certainly, this is a coffee of choice to bring while camping!
Thank you Anodyne Coffee and Olivia Stemwell! This coffee is ama-za-zing!
Until next week folks, stay caffeinated and stay fly!