As bold as the Dwarves who brew this coffee, the Dwarven Heart of the Mountain Roast is a perfectly medium to medium dark roast, with great flavors. Salted caramel, silky smooth with finishing touches of citrus, this coffee will definitely not leave you wanting! Make this coffee a staple in your house hold as the Dwarves have in their forges and mines.
All Coffee from Geek House Coffee is roasted in small batches, ground and packaged to order.
Please read the Dwarven Heart of the Mountain Roast backstory below to learn of this divine bean and what it means to every Dwarf.
Dwarven Heart of the Mountain Roast's Backstory
Tradition states that the Heart of the Mountain Roast is a powerful cup, brewed from beans of the ancient trees at the heart of the mountains planted by their patron God, Moradin himself. It is told through song and story over the generations that the power of the coffee extracted by the original sages of the first Dwarves are what gives them their unending strength and stamina.
This coffee has been served to the ranks of Dwarf solders on the ongoing front-line battles against orcs and goblins for a thousand years. A single cup gives a Dwarf who is just and true at heart the strength of the mountain and stone walled courage. Dwarves still regard Heart of the Mountain Roast as a cultural treasure and are very careful with outsiders with whom they allow to indulge in its glory. A medium roasted coffee, with salted caramel with silky sweet hints of citrus and a full-bodied aroma make this coffee a staple to be enjoyed at any Dwarven forge, hearth or mine.
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- Single Origin
- 100% Beans from Peru
- Medium to Medium-dark
- Salted caramel, citrus
Organic: Coffee can be called organic if it is certified to have grown on soil that had no prohibited substances applied for three years prior to harvest. Prohibited substances include most synthetic fertilizers and pesticides.