I’ll admit, I dared to drink the Kool-Aid… I mean koffee.
It wasn’t bad actually.
Koffee Kult is a popular coffee roaster with a clever name and schtick, and some fine coffee.
In this article, we’ll look at not only the kult itself, but some info behind their coffee and the best picks if you’re looking to try it for youtself!
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I’ve written a review that you can check out here on this dark roast from the photo above.
It was a pretty brief review, but I did enjoy this coffee.
But in this article, I’ll talk about the captivating world of Koffee Kult, exploring what makes it special and why it has garnered a dedicated following of coffee connoisseurs… and of course, the best picks if you’re looking to try some of their coffee!
So let’s get into it.
The Birth Of A Kult
Koffee Kult was founded in Florida in 2010 by Matt Johnson, a coffee enthusiast with a love of the science of coffee.
He was on a quest to make a better roast than the boring coffee he was drinking at the time and in 2012, after getting a coffee roaster and being able to source beans, the first batch came forth.
When it first started, the company had no name because it was just a hobby for Matt.
But after he showed his creation to friends and family, the demand grew and business started to blow up.
When the company officially started, however, it was first named Center Stage Coffee… nothing freaky or cult-like.
But when things eventually expanded to online sales and e-commerce, especially through Amazon, they decided to give at least the online branch a new name and brand.
Thus, the kult of koffee was born.
Business of course kept expanding, and they got bigger and bigger roasters, moved into bigger facilities and now it’s the cult that we know and love today.
This company’s passion for awesome coffee has led them around the world for good beans and sourcing, and they have left no stone unturned in the search for beans that meet their high standards of quality.
The skilled roasters at Koffee Kult meticulously roast each batch in a way that brings out the most in terms of flavor and profile.
They also prioritize ethical and sustainable sourcing.
And now, let’s look at their best brews!
If you’re looking for some awesome coffees to purchase from Koffee Kult, here are my top recommendations.
#1 – Dark Roast
I’ve of course reviewed this one and the link is above in the article, but I’d say this is my top recommendation from this roaster.
This sweet, smoky and slightly wine-like coffee is a nice dark roast, if you fancy a good dark roast coffee.
I also enjoyed that even though it’s a dark roast it has kind of a plumb or wine aftertaste in the acidity.
This is a popular one from Koffee Kult, and rightly so, as it’s a very nice all-around brew.
It maybe felt like there could be a little more pizzazz, kick, oomph, power, boom or bang or whatever you want to say for the flavor.
But nonetheless it’s a nice flavor that is well-balanced, which to me is one of the most important factors in a coffee!
#2 – Medium Roast
After dark roast should come medium roast, right? Next will be light roast.
That’s a joke, of course.
The medium roast from Koffee Kult is a great coffee that’s a perfect choice for those who enjoy the all-around fineness of a medium roast and a less full-bodied cup.
This one is a mix of Brazilian and Colombian beans, with no bitter Robusta beans used of course.
It gives a subtle nutty cherry flavor, and it’s smooth and balanced.
Not being too mild, it gives a nice little kick to it so it’s not too much on the light side of coffee (which I appreciate).
If you’re a general medium roast coffee fan, which of course many are, you’ll probably really like this one!
#3 – Sumatra
Sometimes I just love a good, earthy coffee.
And a Sumatra coffee is just what the doctor ordered if you’re in the mood for an earthy coffee.
Koffee Kult’s Sumatra is also rich, deep and syrup-y.
It’s also got hints of chocolate and a smooth finish.
This coffee is nicely balanced, especially for an origin that seems to usually be slightly one-sided in it’s profile.
So this Sumatra is an awesome choice if you’re looking to spice things up a bit in your coffee journey.
In the wide world of coffee, Koffee Kult is a shining example of what dedication, passion, and a relentless pursuit of excellence can achieve.
So, if you’re on the quest for that “sweet spot” cup of coffee, exploring the world of Koffee Kult is an adventure that is certainly worth embarking on.
It’s also essential if you want to achieve cult-like status.They don’t have a super wide selection of coffees; at least not as much as many other companies.
But that’s not necessarily a bad thing, and it could actually be a good thing because they hone in on the coffees that they do offer.
I hope that if you try one or all of the coffees from my list that you’ll really enjoy them!
And feel free to let me know in the comments section how you like them!
Thanks for reading, and coffee cheers!