"So as not to confuse it with an ailment, the "s" is pronounced "z" and the "y" is a long "e": mee-zore.
Indian coffee is being discovered as a good source of great coffee, not merely novelty varieties, which their monsooned Malabar was for years. This cup is for real, with the body, brightness, and spiciness that is very middle eastern, reminiscent of Turkish coffee from a drip pot. You will not be left wanting for a full cup of flavor, the spicy overtones on a sweet, nutty base will knock your socks off before they give way to a subtle earthiness that will have you asking for a second cup.
Because it is such a pleasant experience just to drink it, you will have no trouble at all savoring and distinguishing its complexities for yourself. It’s a smooth all around great stronger cup of dark coffee."
Flavor notes: Nutty aroma, woody, and a slight smokiness. Walnuts, dark fruit, oak, licorice, and some vanilla spice - like a good dry red wine!