Espresso by Lighthouse Roasters Review | CoffeeReview.com
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  • Lighthouse Roasters

    Seattle, Washington
  • Espresso

Roast: Dark Review Date: September 2005
Origin: Not Disclosed Price: NA
 

Blind Assessment: For both Ken (81) and co-taster Ted Lingle (79) the aroma was muted and burned. Ted found the body in the small cup light; Ken (81) found it fuller but rough in mouthfeel. Nor did Ken or Ted have much positive to say about flavor: pungent and rough for Ted, burned and sharp for Ken. In milk pleasantly sweet but thin-bodied for Ted; Ken was more positive here, finding that the milk smoothed out the sharply roasty character of the coffee, turning it toward a pleasing fresh leather and a clove-toned spice. The reader who nominated this blend found it "exceptional, that's all.?

Notes: Lighthouse Roasters is a one-location cafe and retail/wholesale roaster that takes special pride in its very small-batch, vintage roasting machines. Visit www.lighthouseroasters.com or call 206.633.4444 for more information.

Who Should Drink It: Those who enjoy a little burn in the roast.

AROMA:6
BODY:7
FLAVOR:6
AFTERTASTE:7
WITH MILK:7
AGTRON:36/43


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