Viennese Roast by Equator Estate Coffees & Teas Review | CoffeeReview.com
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  • Equator Estate Coffees & Teas

    San Rafael, California
  • Viennese Roast

Roast: NA Review Date: September 2000
Origin: Nueva Segovia Department, Nicaragua; Huehuetenango Department, Guatemala; Aceh Province, northern Sumatra, Indonesia. Price: NA
 

Blind Assessment: Gritty, smoky, low-toned and ponderous. Some sweetness peers out from under the rather bitter heaviness.

Notes: Gritty, smoky, low-toned and ponderous. Some sweetness peers out from under the rather bitter heaviness. A blend comprised entirely of certified organically grown and Fair Trade certified coffees. Viennese roast is a name for a degree of roast that is darker than the normal roast for a given coffee company, but lighter than that company 's "Italian" or "Fren

Who Should Drink It: Stoic activists. A good press-pot coffee. Go ahead and add milk -- this coffee should brush it aside like Sasquatch breaks saplings.

AROMA:5
ACIDITY:4
BODY:7
FLAVOR:6
AFTERTASTE:6
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