Coffee And Boudin Rankings

Butter in coffee? Maybe.


  • Stocking Mill, Tanzanian Peaberry - The best coffee ever? Maybe.
  • Stocking Mill, Privateer - Another winner from Stocking Mill
  • Stocking Mill, Direct Action - Shockingly good and it's a dark roast
  • Stocking Mill, Monsoon Malabar - Absolutely sublime.
  • Stocking Mill, Costa Rican - Smooth as silk. Exquisite.
  • Stocking Mill, Bubblehead - Surprisingly good for a medium-dark
  • Community, Breakfast Blend - very nice indeed!
  • Gevalia, House Blend Medium
  • Gevalia, Columbia
  • Gevalia, Traditional Blend, Mild

Perfectly Adequate

  • Stocking Mill, Blonde
  • Stocking Mill, Wig Splitter - It's a high-caf dark, but surprisingly good
  • Stocking Mill, Kenya
  • Stocking Mill, Guatemalan
  • Stocking Mill, Bayonet
  • Stocking Mill, Ethiopian
  • Stocking Mill, 38
  • Catholic Coffee, St. Peter's Parish
  • Peet's, Big Bang
  • Community with Chicory
  • Peet's Medium Roast Brazil
  • Mystic Monk Columbian

Only If Something Else Isn't Around

  • Don Francisco
  • Stocking Mill, Midnight Run
  • Stocking Mill, 38 - tasty, but just a bit odd
  • Stocking Mill, Swamp Fox
  • Melitta
  • Community
  • Mystic Monk Ethiopian - It sounds more exotic than it is. Pretty rough stuff
  • St. Joe's Coffee Medium Roast

An Abomination

  • Seattle's Best, Portside Blend
  • Folgers
  • Chock Full O'Nuts
  • Yuban


  • Comeaux's -  A very nice blend of smaller chunks and flavor. Perhaps a trifle salty.
  • Cajun Original Foods - delicious, but comes to bits when you cut it. The sausage casing is simply a transport mechanism.
  • Broussard's Bayou - Decent taste and finely ground. It holds together as a sausage. 
  • Poche's - Inedible. Way too much salt.

1 comment:

Unknown said...

Will try the Stocking Mill coffee. Hilarious and wonderful names for their varieties.