After reading the reviews when searching for a good coffee to make, I stumbled on this Jeremiah’s Pick Coffee Fogbuster . I am glad I did. The five pound bag is huge! Alas, the beans are dark and oily. This coffee imparts a great flavor and smell experience. I bet it would be great if brewed in a french press. This is less intense as Starbucks and better. It will really bust the fog for you! It is also Kosher.
This Jeremiah’s Pick Coffee Fogbuster is the first Jeremiah’s variety I’ve tried, but I am completely satisfied and finally feel like I’ve had a “truth in advertising” moment of my very own. Although it’s really the number of positive reviews already in place that sealed the deal. I figure if you’re writing reviews about coffee on Amazon, you probably know a thing or two about the grind.
- Estate-grown, dark-roast Chiapas Arabica beans
- Robust flavor
- Lower in caffeine, more flavorful and aromatic than Robusta beans
- Roasted in San Francisco, CA
Now, to reiterate, Fogbuster consists of dark, oily beans packed with rich, nutty, semisweet flavor. It also makes a full-bodied iced coffee. Fogbuster is most similar in flavor to Taylor Maid Farms’ Goat Rock roast; it’s as good or better than any cutely named Blue Bottle variation; and if you’re waiting to hear what I have to say about Pete’s Coffee, you’ve missed the point.
I live in San Francisco where this is brewed, but the Jeremiah’s store is in a sketchy neighborhood and it’s actually far cheaper — at the moment anyway — to order Fogbuster through Amazon than Jeremiah’s website. I’ve already set Fogbuster up to be ordered automatically every six months (I know one 5 pound bag won’t last that long, but I also know I’m finicky and will want to try some others inbetween).
This Jeremiah’s Pick Coffee Fogbuster is by far the best bean in town. Before I left the states I was drinking Trader Joe’s French Roast which I really enjoyed. Fogbuster takes it up a notch. The coffee is strong, rich and has a great depth of flavor. I highly recommend this to those who enjoy a strong cup of coffee with a good flavor.