El Salvador Borbollon by Raven's Brew Coffee Review | CoffeeReview.com
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  • Raven's Brew Coffee

    Ketchikan, Alaska
  • El Salvador Borbollon

Roast: NA Review Date: June 2000
Origin: Santa Ana Volcano, northwestern El Salvador. Price: NA
 

Blind Assessment: The rather aggressive roast drives off nuance and sweetness, but the cup stays on the pleasantly pungent side of charred. A twist of acidity, some flowers and a hint of dry, pruny fruit survive the roast.

Notes: The rather aggressive roast drives off nuance and sweetness, but the cup stays on the pleasantly pungent side of charred. Notes: El Borbollon is a market name for a selection of El Salvador coffee grown on the slopes of the Santa Ana volcano in northwestern El Salvador. From the 1998/99 crop. Raven 's Brew Coffee is an Alaskan roaster with an irreverent frontier love of coff

Who Should Drink It: Brew it strong, take it with cream, and read the "Coffee Rhapsody" on the side of the bag.

AROMA:6
ACIDITY:7
BODY:6
FLAVOR:7
AFTERTASTE:5
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