Hello, coffee fans! Are you ready to sit back and relax while sipping Tully’s French Roast?! Yes, it’s time for a coffee review. :)
The Tully’s French roast is the type of coffee that you can like from the very first scent your nose catches.
It does have a wonderful smell. Like the one we usually get from Green Mountain coffees (one of my favs) or the one you get when you open a bag of freshly roasted coffee beans.
Since I hate watery coffees, I just can’t skip the “look” part in my reviews. No need to worry this time. The texture is OK and so is the dark brown color.
I was really glad to see that the taste of this coffee was not ruined by the overwhelming smokiness – like with Tully’s House Blend. It also doesn’t have too heavy body, even if it is called extra bold. This coffee is just bold, and because of this, very drinkable, even if you drink your coffee black. Smooth and little bit dry, the taste is very pleasing. Very intense, but, in a good way.
What I like the most is the interesting combination of honey and burned wood hints. Bitter, but not too bitter, with honey sweetness in a background. The burnt undertones are well balanced.
I am sure that strong or too long aftertaste would be too much in this case. Luckily, French roast has short, soft and just a little bit smoky aftertaste. Nice, elegant finish…
In my opinion, this K-cup can be appropriate both for morning and afternoon cup. Bold, but not too bitter, this coffee can be used as a base for all sorts of coffee drinks (mocha, frappuccino, Irish coffee, etc.)
This may not be the best K-cup that could be found one the coffee market, but it really doesn’t have any important flaws. This is why it deserves to get 5 stars rating.
In fact, I do believe that Tully’s made mistake for not choosing this one to be a House blend. In comparison with their Italian Roast and House Blend, this is the best Tully’s K-cup. I am sure every average Joe coffee drinker will love this one. :)
Tully’s French Roast K-cup Review
The drink: Tully’s French Roast K-cup Pack
Producer: Tully’s Coffee
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