Since we live in a fast pace world breakfast has been trimmed down to nothing more than a granola bar and a cup of coffee. Gone are the days of stacks of pancakes, mountains of bacon, and fresh buckets of orange juice in the morning. Well there is one coffee company that feels our pain, Boca Java, and they created a coffee that will change the world.
Maple Bacon Morning Coffee
Reminiscent of a hearty Saturday morning breakfast around the table, this sweet, savory coffee delights the senses with the smell and taste of home! Maple Bacon Morning has a base that’s full-bodied and complex, and it’s a delicious way to rise when the rooster crows!
When your brew this coffee the smell of maple is the first thing you smell. I guess that why itâ€™s the first thing mentioned in the title. While its brewing if you have a keen nose you will notice a light smoked meat smell. A few people a work, when I brewed it there, thought I was making some kind of Maple Bacon soup. You will also get the slight hint of pancakes, no joke. The combination of smells bring back my memories of the breakfast my Grandmother fixes me when I visit.
Now that you know the coffee smells amazing, itâ€™s time to move on to taste. This is where I got mixed reactions from people. At work when I brewed it in a drip coffee maker, the smoky taste really came through. Only a few people enjoyed the flavor, me being on of them. Then when I brewed it on Bacon Live I used a percolator and the maple and coffee flavors were more dominate this time. You can see what we had to say about it here. Everyone loved it, even Sean who is not a big coffee drinker.
I truly enjoy this coffee. I love the complex flavors it has and how it changes slightly depending on brewing method (I guess all coffee does that but this was more exciting). Setting your coffee maker to go off in the morning with Maple Bacon Morning Coffee in it would be a great way to start off any day.
Closing Comments: Baca Java has created a coffee that makes the breakfasts of the past something we can experience all week long; itâ€™s called Maple Bacon Morning.