Cupper’s Spring Blend Coffee

Are you ready to taste the most anticipated coffee blend of the season? Say hello to Spring Blend Coffee

For many Cupper’s customers, Spring Blend Coffee is a welcome sign that winter is over. Well, maybe it’s not over, but it’s definitely coming as the days get longer. The return of Spring Blend is an annual ritual they look forward to for weeks. The secret to our seasonal Spring Blend lies in the selection of premium beans from around the world. This blend is a perfect combination of African, and Central & South American coffees. 

The Spring Blend has a smooth and balanced flavour profile that will leave you wanting more. Whether you’re looking for a morning pick-me-up or a midday treat, it’s the perfect cup. We craft it with care to awaken your taste buds and put a bounce in your step. With its lively and playful character, this blend will add a splash of joy to your day. Try it and experience the magic for yourself. Your taste buds will thank you!

What’s in Spring Blend Coffee?

Well… here’s the thing. We won’t tell you exactly which of our single sourced coffee is in our seasonal blends. That’s something we feel pretty strong about. But we’ll at least tell you the regions the coffees come from!
But we do make one promise to our customers. No matter what coffee, rest assured you’re only getting quality, fresh roasted beans. In all our blends, we only use coffee that we also sell in our store and online.

African Coffee

Did you know that coffee has been grown in Africa for centuries? It’s true! The original coffee trees were native to Ethiopia. They have been grown there since ancient times. Today, people know African coffees for their unique and flavourful taste. African coffees have bright and fruity flavour notes. This is due to the high altitude and rich soil in which the coffee trees are grown. Countries both north and south of the equator grow coffee with great success.

Central American Coffee

Coffee trees were first introduced to Central America in the 18th century. Coffee from these regions have nuanced and complex flavours. Some country’s coffees have bright acidity and citrusy notes. Others can have nutty and chocolatey undertones. It is typical that Central American coffee is grown at high altitudes. Cooler temperatures and volcanic soil contribute to the coffee’s unique flavour profile. Central American coffee is a delicious part of the region’s rich cultural heritage.

South American Coffee

South American coffees have rich, bold flavours, with notes of chocolate and caramel. They are grown at a range of altitudes, from the low-lying regions of Brazil to the high mountains of Peru. There is a wide range of acidity, from low and mellow, through moderate to bright citrus. These coffees are also well known for their good body and medium mouthfeel. With mild nut, soft citrus and floral notes, South American coffees delight your taste.

The Flavour Profile of Spring Blend Coffee

Josh testing cupping spring blend at Cupper's

When we designed our Spring Blend Coffee, we wanted to get rid of the dust and dark of the cold season. This blend of light and medium roasts is sure to give you the energy boost you need to shake off those winter blues. To find out how we test our coffees and blends, read up about Cupping Coffee, the Ultimate Taste Guide.

Take a moment to savor the delightful aromas of spice, peach, and graham cracker. With every sip, you’ll experience a bright and juicy body. You’ll notice hints of toffee and stone fruit, honey and black tea. Then there’s the finish accented by nutmeg and dark chocolate. Spring Blend is the perfect blend for those looking to add a little extra zest to their day. 

We used our Cupper’s Coffee Flavour Wheel when deciding the flavour notes in Spring Blend. Read up on the Flavour Wheel, and give it a try for yourself!

Brewing Spring Blend Coffee

Spring blend coffee brewed in a chemex and a pour over coffee maker at Cupper's
Our favourite way to brew Spring Blend Coffee is using a pour-over. With a pour over you pour hot water over coffee grounds. The coffee then filters through a paper or metal filter. The pour-over can be various materials, including as glass, ceramic, or plastic. The filter can be cloth (like our Pinion Products) or paper. A pour over gives you control of the water temperature, flow rate, and coffee-to-water ratio. (Talk about a customized cup of coffee!) To learn more about pour-overs, check out our comparison review – Showdown: Chemex vs. V60 Pour Over.
But because we use a pourover doesn’t mean you have to. Try this coffee with whichever brewing method you prefer. The single most important rule of coffee (as with all the finer things in life) is to enjoy it how you like!