White Chocolate Coconut
The way to tell if your white chocolate is really top tier is to see if it tastes clean, like fresh milk. The sweetness should never be cloying, and there should even be a faint echo of cocoa from the original cocoa butter used to make the chocolate. The coconut, on the other hand, can afford to be more versatile in its flavors. It can be an enigma: toasty and sweet, fatty yet fresh. The complex sweetness and weight of the coconut blend astoundingly with the white chocolate. Both then enhance the darker flavoring of our medium-roast coffee. Altogether, they delight the drinker with a profile so complex you’ll want to drink an entire pot to pick apart all of the nuances. $11 per lb.