In our third wave coffee haven, we’ll sometimes find ourselves still longing for the comforting reliability of a hot mug of diner coffee. Plain, simple, and kinda dark. Our Belly Warmer was blended to reflect the stiff joe you’re served on early morning road trip breakfast stops and late night visits to your local greasy spoon. Here is your everyday cup of coffee, with the uncompromising quality you’ve come to expect from Methodical. Equal parts of Costa Rican and Brazilian coffees come together in a nutty, chocolatey cup you can return to time after time. Whether you’re running it through the auto-drip machine, stirring in cream and sugar, or tossing it back black, Belly Warmer stands the test.
Where is it from?
Belly Warmer is made up of equal parts Costa Rica, La Pastora and Brazil, Dulce Signature. The Costa Rican component is brought to us from the CoopeTarrazu cooperative group in the San Jose province of Costa Rica. The co-op represents over 3,500 partners in the province, and is committed to the welfare of those partners and their communities. The Brazilian component is the culmination of work by two female producers in the S ão Palo region of Brazil. Together they make Belly Warmer, a laid-back blend geared for nostalgia.
Every purchase I’ve made from Methodical over the last few years has been wonderful. My favorite place to get coffee from!
Belly Warmer is a great all-around cup of coffee. Whether you like it black or with milk/cream, it’s just right. A perfect upgrade to a diner-style brew.
Belly Warmer is a go-to favorite in our house. It’s a great cup of coffee.
This is the best version of a diner cup of coffee one can get! Good with breakfast, great at night, and can take any brewing method you throw at it. No big fruity notes, no tea-like delicate notes, just straightforward toasty roasty sweetness for the long haul.
I like to drink my coffee with milk in it and it took me a while to figure out the correct ration for this blend because it is milder than I anticipated and can't handle a lot of outside influence the way something like frontera de planadas can. It makes for a pleasant cup of coffee though overall.