Roaster: Sweet Bloom, Lakewood Colorado
Region: GUJI, Kercha
Altitude: 1800-1900 mall
Variety: Heirloom mixed
Dry Fragrance: a burst of lime juice meets you and then subsides followed by rose petals and hints of jasmine with a lingering caramel sweetness
Tasting Notes: Tart and sweet lime as in key lime pie with underlying caramel sweetness and black tea. It's subtle but there's peach/apricot jam here too. The mouthfeel is light and satiny and holds up well adding to the aftertaste of honeydew sweetness and a pleasant, lingering acidity. As it cools, soft black tea notes persist complimenting the apricot jam undertones with a light florality. Overall this is a distinctive and lovely coffee that offers a balanced and sweet cup.
Brew recommendations: Best at 1:16 ratio on Origami or V-60 to pull out those apricot notes and lime.
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