by Danny | 6:23 pm

I love trying food and drink from around the world.

And in this article I’m going to review a coffee from a roaster in Denmark called Kristians Kaffe!

Kristians Kaffe Filterkaffe Review

I’ll let you know right up front that unfortunately they don’t ship to USA, so this one’s for Danish or European readers who want to read a review in English.

This is a great coffee and I’m excited to review it and tell you about my cupping experience with it.

Overall, I’d give this coffee an 8 out of 10!

So, read on to find out why, and my full review of Kristians Filterkaffe, starting with the taste.

The Taste

First thing’s first, let’s start with the aroma.

The beans themselves before grinding had aromas of chocolate, raisin (a very nice raisin aroma I should say), caramel.

I was excited to brew it after smelling the beans.

The brewed coffee itself gives aromas of chocolate, apricot, raisin, dried fruit.

For the taste, what shined was the raisin/plumb, fruity taste, with a nutty texture.

When it comes to the acidity, I’d say this is a medium acidic blend, nice and tangy with a velvety smoothness.

It felt pretty tangy but definitely not bitter or sour. A great experience.

Kristians Filterkaffe is a medium-bodied coffee, it seemed to me.

And lastly the aftertaste is tangy and fruity, with a nice texture on the tongue.

Overall this is a very nice, complex coffee that brings out all the best of South American coffees, in my opinion!

I love a well-balanced coffee, and to me this definitely qualifies.

What Type Of Brew Method?

As it says in the name, and shows on the picture of the bag, this blend is designed for regular coffee brewing.

Pour over, automatic drip, French press, AeroPress, etc.

But my favorite brew method was when I brewed it with Chemex.

Chemex brings out a little more of a lighter profile than the Hario V60, and it fit so well with this coffee.

And although it was very nice when made through AeroPress, which is still my favorite coffee maker, I still prefer Chemex for this one.


This coffee is definitely a winner in my opinion.

The one thing I found strange about it was that the delicious complexity of the flavor wasn’t as strong after a few times of brewing.

I’m not sure why this can happen sometimes with coffees, but indeed it does.

Nevertheless, it’s still a great coffee that I give an 8 out of 10, and you can tell it’s a quality roaster when you drink it.

If you’re in Denmark or any of the surrounding countries like Sweden, Norway, Germany, and you want to order it, you can find the page for Kristians Filterkaffe here!

I hope that if you haven’t tried it yet and you give it a go, that you’ll love it as much as I did!

Thanks for reading and if you have any questions about this article, feel free to ask me in the comments section below.

And with that, coffee cheers!


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