Disclosure: Pull & Pour received coffee samples for this post, however, as always, all opinions are 100% my own.
OZO Coffee has and will always have a special place in my heart. A few years ago their limited edition Ethiopia Kilenso Moconissa was one of the first bags of specialty coffees I purchased. I’d already developed an interest in specialty coffee, but that bag cemented for me what truly good coffee could taste like. I’ve had OZO coffees since that initial bag and I have yet to be disappointed.
This washed coffee from Honduras was no different. It had a wonderful evolution of flavors that started with a nice, bright acidity at the front that progressed into a nutty sweetness in the aftertaste; each sip left me wanting more.
As usual with reviews, I tried the coffee in a variety of ways including V60, Chemex, french press & espresso. In each brew method the coffee held up very nicely while presenting itself in a unique way.
The Bottom Line
As with each OZO coffee I’ve tried to date, I was not let down with this one. Recently I’ve tried a few different Honduras options from different roasters and have been disappointed. This coffee exceeded my expectations though and I’m savoring the last few brews as I near the end of the bag.
Another plus for OZO is their amazing design system. Each coffee has its own set of icons that tells you the coffee’s region, origin, processing, certification, taste, & elevation. It is quite a piece of design!
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