In partnership with 2nd City Distilling Company, a local business, we crafted the new Founders Edition BLEND No.1736. This limited edition blend was quarantined in a bourbon barrel and roasted for peak flavor. It is named in honor of our city of Augusta's foundation in 1736.
Recommendation: We recommend ordering whole bean coffee for maximum freshness and flavor. Ground coffee starts to oxidize and age, resulting in a flat flavor. Customer satisfaction is not guaranteed for ground coffee.
Watchstander is my goto roast but I'm finding that the Blend No 1736 is a rare treat with a unique taste that I have been enjoying. It's no wonder that a batch sells out quickly. I also like supporting fellow veterans.
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This coffee was delicious! We loved every cup! The flavor was so balanced and smooth and you could really taste the bourbon flavor.
If you’re looking for a unique coffee experience that takes flavors and service to a whole new level, Ubora exceeds all expectations. Thanks Sebastian!
I have this coffee as a gift and this is what the recipient said..."You know I just tried it this morning. It's almost too flavorful. It's more like a smoothie than coffee."
This may be my new favorite!!!!
This is hands down THE BEST flavored coffee you’ll ever drink. I don’t even know how they get it to taste this good. Do yourself a favor and try it - you won’t be disappointed.
you asked me for a review..... so I figured I would use my post that I had placed on my FB page after receiving and drinking my first cup of the bourbon. tobacco and currant blend.... so this is what I posted on my page for the over 4k friends I have... I am a gamer.....
Got my Ubora coffee in last night..... yay.... its always shipped in less than 24 hours after roasting... this one is a special roast that blends the notes of bourbon...tobacco...and currants so have been wanting to try it..... Opened the bag..... wow... the smell reminds me of what the corner table in the Chiefs club smelled like where we used to drink bourbon and play spades when I was in the Navy.... another sniff.... wondering if I drink a couple cups would I register on a breathalyzer.....but hey... its Ubora so I am going to get past that and see how it tastes.... Next step grind the beans.... dig out my coffee grinder... pour 12 oz of beans in.... and now cant find the lid to the grinder.... ok... will use my Ninja... I am nothing if not adaptable.... unfortunately it seems that wont work either - starting to get antsy here.... but... I know i have another coffee grinder here somewhere just have to dig it up... and walla there it is.... so.. now to transfer some of the beans into the other coffee grinder as it doesn't hold more than perhaps 3oz of beans.....
Grinding that first batch.... the smell is even stronger...but its Ubora so I keep going. Not wanting to wait I filled my reusable Kureig cup up and started my first cup..... then back to the grinding as it brews. Went to fill the smaller grinder up with the beans that were in the big grinder again...when disaster strikes - grabbed the big grinder wrong and now there is about 9oz of coffee beans all over the counter..... a counter that hasn't been dusted in 3 months.... a counter with its own dust bunnies because I haven't used any of the appliances over there for... about 3 months...... decisions, decisions.... is there an easy way to separate the coffee from the dust? no..... is the coffee worth the trouble forget about what it costs... dunno.. so... the cup I had brewing was ready.... guess I will find out
First whiff.... still smells like the table in the back of the Chiefs club but not as strong.... so go to take that first taste.... black no cream no sugar...... omg my taste buds have died and gone to heaven.... I now have a new favorite of all the types that Ubora Coffee Roasters makes.... which now leaves me with a serious problem - how the hell to separate the dust from the coffee beans....cant put them in a sieve and wash them... it ruins the beans..... so decided... what the hell.. its Ubora - I will just pick them out and grind it... any dust that goes with it is worth it for the coffee...... after it is all ground and put in a container to brew I go over to the sink to clean everything up and discover why the Ninja didnt work - I forgot to put the damn blades back in to it when I wiped it down..... sigh.....
but even with all that it was more than worth it... because not only is it Ubora.... but it tastes even more amazing than the Ubora flavor I usually drink........
I enjoy 7bora coffee and I enjoy bourbon, however, this blend doesn't do it for me. The vanillins from the bourbon are overpowering, leaving this coffee too sweet both in smell and flavor. If you add cream, it actually tastes like you have Irish cream in the coffee - which is about the only way a cup is enjoyable to me. Too strong on the bourbon, and perhaps use barrels from a bourbon that is much less sweet? I don't know where you sourced your bourbon barrels but from the smell alone, I wouldn't drink it.
Very potent flavor, has a Irish cream taste to it. Not one of my favorites but Never less a good coffee. High quality beans as always, very fresh.
Definitely taste bourbon. Good once in a while but not everyday.
Very flavourful roast. My favorite coffee so far!
I’ve been sober for 9 months and the notes of bourbon in this coffee are a pleasant taste of what I can’t have anymore.
Just did not care for aroma and the taste sorry we really like your Sumatra label though can we send back the other coffee
Three of my top pleasures in life, Bourbon, Tobacco & Coffee, all rolled into one. Love it!
Why is this only in 6oz?!?! So so soooo delicious ❤