How It Tastes
Forest aromatics, dry notes of mocca, and deep, syrupy plum
Autumn. Leaves turning. Air crisping. Grape clusters sugaring up, tree nuts rattling down. Vine and walnut, if you will. A time, a season, and also the site of the original Peet’s: the hallowed intersection of Vine and Walnut.
We’ve taken this namesake for a custom fall blend flecked with forest aromatics, dry notes of mocca, and deep, syrupy plum. Concocted from three rare coffees: Burundi Ngozi, Aged Sumatra Lintong and Ethiopia Queen City Harrar, this very special blend of coffees is roasted in a smooth medium style, but there’s nothing middling about the flavor.
Autumn. Too soon for holidays, short days and dark days—maybe even for dark roasts—but the perfect time for a cup of Peet’s.
In homage to our Berkeley roots, this blend brings together diverse regions to create a harmonious cup.
Pair it perfectly with the Vine & Walnut mug.