Origin: Peru Cajamarca
Certification: USDA Certified Organic
Roast Level: Espresso Blend
Tasting Notes: Cacao, Hazelnut, Bold
Shipping Info: SHIPPED WITHIN 1-2 BUSINESS DAYS OF ORDER.
“Story Behind the Name”
The Dreadnaught battle ships were stronger, bigger, and faster than previous battle ships, with a name originating in the 17th century from the word Dreadnought, meaning a fearless person who dreaded nought (nothing). Brew a cup of Dreadnaught Espresso and become fearless during your daily battles.
I have to come up with a name for my morning new "cup" - I've a built-in Miele Espresso machine, so my new morning go-to is now 4 shots of espresso in one cup of coffee... love it.
Q:Does this coffee go down Captain?
A: Like an anchor son, like an anchor.
(Paraphrasing Zap Comix Captain Pissgums)
Seriously-love this stuff; strong & smooth-nothing bitter. Customer service rocks, too. On a recent reorder, forgot to apply a coupon, and after reaching out, the owner replied back and gave me a retro-refund. That is all.
Stumbled on this in a recent book (Unknown Rider, by Jack Stewart) I read, and being a die-hard espresso lover, figured I give it a try. Wow! These Peru Cajamarca beans are really, really good. I've bought Temple and Blue Bottle products, and not that they're bad, they just aren't as good as this Trident product. For now, I have a new fav!!. Started w/ 3 packs, just ordered another 3 more to make sure I don't run out this month :-) I've a built-in Miele Espresso machine, so my new morning go-to is a Black Eye: 2 shots of espresso in one cup of coffee.
This coffee is really good. I usually have a cup. This one, I have 2 and finish it every time. Also, buy the T-shirt girls. It's so soft.
I was visiting Coronado and found Trident on a run - fell in love with the coffee and will never by another (unless it is Tridrnt)!!