Adams and Russell Australia Basalt Blue Coffee
Coffee from Australia? You’ve got to be joking mate! Well… apparently not, and this is the evidence. Now you may normally associate North Queensland with drinking gay halves of weak lager in a rowdy pub, getting shit faced on just three of them, pogo-ing around to the strains of Gone Daddy Gone and the Hoodoo Gurus and finishing up with a right good old punch up with your mate. And his girl friend. Still – this is the morning after antidote. For a country so ill-famed for coffee this stuff is alright and worth it for the novelty value alone. The beans are dry and only slightly oily, but give off a nice coffee smell – there’s not even a hint of stale Fosters. We couldn’t taste the chocolate, thank God. We probably wouldn't bother with this again - but it was fun while it lasted, so it scores 6/10
"Smooth, Rich, Chocolate. The smooth and rich organically grown coffee is from the Tablelands of North Queensland. It is an exceptional coffee which has mild flavour with a rich sweet chocolate body and low acidity. The coffee works well on all types of coffee brewing equipment. A truly memorable coffee."