To help you find your Amokka® Coffee favourite or to try new tastes, we have created a compass that helps you where to look. When you have found which of our coffees matches your preferences, please remember that coffee taste is not static.
You can influence the taste with the way you brew the coffee - even on the TopBrewer, you can adjust the brewing to get the coffee brew you prefer. The compass shows if the coffee taste is intense or mild and fruity or roasted.
Find the guide for reading the compass below and know the next step for a better-tasting coffee with Amokka.
Represents flavours from fruity flavours on the left, across chocolaty and nutty in the middle, towards malty and roasted ones on the right.
The vertical axis represents the body/mouthfeel of the coffee. On the bottom, we have more light, delicate, and bright in taste coffees and on the top are stronger, heavy, and robust coffees.
Represents the balance between sweet and bitter flavours. In the bottom left corner, you can find fruit flavours in the middle part, you can expect flavours of chocolate, and as you go towards the top right corner, you will find flavours of pure cocoa.
The Coffee Dot
The taste is on the labels
On the Amokka® Coffee labels, you can easily see if it's intense or mild, fruity or roasted in taste. You will find a guide on the backside of the coffee bag.
The Coffee Dot
The darkest circle of the dot represents where the coffee sits in the grid with a balanced brew. The fading circles show how much the taste can be affected and in which direction from the centre.
Please see our brewing compass for reference.
With our simplified brewing compass, you can easily fine-tune the Amokka® Coffee to the preferred taste of your brewed coffee. You can even fine-tune your coffee when you brew it on TopBrewer.
The goal is always with Amokka to get a better-tasting coffee every time.