Review: Nebraska’s Best Coffee
Our Pick: Cultiva Coffee
The best coffee in Nebraska is none other than Cultiva Coffee according to the business insider. It is a locally and independently owned coffee roaster along with being a wholesaler as well and located in Lincoln, Nebraska. People at Cultiva coffee work for a unique goal and passion which is to make mindful and delicious coffee and some marvelous food that is served at the cafe. This love and commitment is not limited for the customers and staff members but it also trace back to the people who supply Cultiva Coffee with quality coffee. It is the hard work and passion of the farmers that matches with that of Cultiva Coffee owners. The coffee is purchased directly with these farmers through their trusted coffee brokers who do the hard work of traveling to the source all year long. Cultiva Coffee may have its weaknesses but never will they comprise with the quality of their beans. The coffee is not only delicious but also it is made from socially responsible laws. The coffee is tasted and analyzed countless times to make it the best coffee available for the customers.
The coffees that are offered at Cultiva Coffee are single-origin coffees which are flawlessly crafted blends and espressos. There is a lot of hard work and dedication behind the efforts of the owners to find the highest quality coffee from around the world. Once such coffees are found then the staff apply its craft by developing roast profiles to make sure that the coffee experience remains consistently amazing. Uniqueness and taste is their forte and is approachable to all. Also there is no pretense about their coffee.
One of the best blends at Cultiva Coffee is the Black Label Hose Blend which costs $13.25 for 12 oz. and this is the blend they hang their hats on. This coffee builds on Brazil as its base and eventually finishes off with stellar sweetness and just enough acidity to keep things exciting. Versatility and forgiving are some other qualities of this excellent all-around blend. As an espresso it brews a big tasty straight shot, and cuts milk with flavors of caramel and chocolate.
Columbia Huila which costs $13.25 for 12 oz. is a new group called “Aromas del Sur” located in Huila. The founding members created the group in 2013 when they discovered the potential of specialty-coffee production. Nevertheless this coffee is something that would keep anyone’s energy level up all day.