Indian Mysore Plantation by A'Roma Roasters Review | CoffeeReview.com
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  • A'Roma Roasters

    Santa Rosa, California
  • Indian Mysore Plantation

Roast: NA Review Date: December 2000
Origin: Chikmagalur District, Karnataka State, India. Price: NA
 

Notes: Balanced, round, smooth, full-bodied, with a dry, pruny heaviness to the fruit and a seductive cocoa finish. A bit more sweetness would make this mouthfilling coffee a very impressive entrant in the low-acid sweepstakes. Mysore Plantation is a wet-processed coffee (the fruit is removed before the beans are dried) from the district where, in around 1600 AD, the legendary Baba Budan planted the first coffee trees in India. It is a relatively low-grown coffee (2,000 to 3,500

Who Should Drink It: Acid avoiders in search of a full, sturdy cup without dark-roast distractions.

AROMA:8
ACIDITY:Low
BODY:8
FLAVOR:7
AFTERTASTE:6
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