Skye's Mountain Blend Decaf by Batdorf & Bronson Review | CoffeeReview.com
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Roast: Medium-Dark Review Date: July 1998
Origin: Various Price: NA
 

Blind Assessment: Not nearly as dramatic as the Olympic mountains, but satisfying and substantial. Straightforward, low-toned, agreeably balanced, vibrant and solid in mid-range, fresh and sweet in finish, complicated by a touch of intrigue that could be called chocolate. As the cup cools the sweet tones grow rounder, fuller and more distinctly chocolate.

Notes: Named for Caroline Skye, a Batdorf & Bronson roaster who originated this blend. Decaffeinated by two different methods. Straightforward, low-toned, agreeably balanced, vibrant and solid in mid-range. The various components of this blend are decaffeinated by two different methods: the carbon dioxide and the indirect solvent methods. Named for Caroline Skye, a Batdorf & Bronson roaster who originated the blend based on a coffee-blender's epiphany she

Who Should Drink It: The round, generous profile with its mildly dessert-like nuances makes this coffee an excellent afternoon or after-dinner choice for caffeine-sensitives.

AROMA:8
ACIDITY:8
BODY:6
FLAVOR:7
AFTERTASTE:7
AGTRON:39/43

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