Coda Coffee “Roaster of the Year” - Review

Disclosure: I received coffee at no charge in exchange for my honest review.
It's no secret that I love coffee. Stop by and you'll find there's always a pot on. Roast Magazine just announced that it has selected Coda Coffee as its Macro Roaster - Roaster of the Year, an honor only 9 other coffee roasters have ever received. The magazine selected Coda based on: company mission, dedication to sustainable practices, commitment to employees, education practices, quality of coffee, involvement in the industry, and innovations in roasting. Earlier this year, Coda Coffee also became a B Corp Certified company, a designation reserved for companies committed to meeting high standards of social and environmental performance and accountability.
I was sent a package of this award-winning coffee so I could try it and see how good it tastes. I was not disappointed! Coda Coffee Ethiopia Yirgacheffe is deliciously smooth, with a hint of sweet molasses and lemon citrus. It's not like any other coffee I've ever tasted.
Based in Denver, Colorado, Coda’s own Farm2Cup certification ensures that we can feel good about the coffee we drink. By initiating best practice sharing and quality control, investing in the farming communities and bringing a better quality of life for farmers, they are able to bring us the highest quality coffee possible. You're going to love it!
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