Sharing wine experiences with an emphasis on "terroir" wines of great character in the absence of scores.
Devoción Wild Forest. As much as I complained about the Toro (I have been in touch with Devoción to better understand that coffee and how to best use it), I really like the Wild Forest. Very clean coffee that is nuttier but still maintains caramel and chocolate flavors. Super aromatic and the roast is much closer to what I like. My wife loves this fwiw. One comment I will leave here is that Devoción is somewhat unique in that they sell blends where not all of them are best used with a variety of brew methods. Toro (despite what it says on the bags) is for Espresso and Aeropress. Wild Forest is perfectly fine for drip. Others may vary, so I recommend contacting Devoción to ask questions before buying.
I am not a professional wine taster, nor do I have any professional training in the wine trade. I am a wine enthusiast who has spent countless hours tasting wines of many different styles. My palate is not aligned with a single wine critic, and I call all wines "as I taste them". My site is a source of tasting notes and wine recommendations as well as warnings without conflict of interest. You'll just have to figure out how your palate aligns with mine. My palate generally tends to veer towards Old-World wines that put a premium on terroir and lovely balance and finesse, rather than raw power...please keep that in mind as you read my notes.