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Staff Pick

Mr. Black Cold Brew Coffee Liqueur

Item # 37181 750mL
$39.96/ Single Bottle
$239.76/ Case of 6
Country
ABV
25.00%
Producer

Tasting Notes

Perhaps the best coffee liqueur we have tasted to date. Mr. Black is engineered to appeal to serious coffee aficionados by emphasizing the purity of coffee flavor using a rare blend of three beans from different sources that are each roasted and brewed separately and then blended for a maximum range of flavor and balance. A great bottle with wide ranging appeal and potential.


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Staff Pick Notes

Australia is known for their coffee culture, so it was only a matter of time before someone decided to change the coffee liqueur game & put something on the market that even the most discerning coffee snobs can get on board with. Three types of beans are roasted separately to maximize their flavor potential, each one bringing a necessary element to the blend. Ethiopian Djimmah is a specialty coffee with a light-medium roast bringing chocolate, toffee and fruit flavors while the PNG brings zesty citrus. Brazilian Arabica, roasted two ways, brings the fresh cold brew vibe. Honestly, I could just put this over ice & forget I can't chug it like a 12oz iced coffee. It works well with Mezcal (think Oaxaca Negronis), Rum, & pretty much anything else. Step aside St. Germain, this is the new bartender's ketchup.

- TI

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