India Monsoon Malabar by White Horse Coffee & Tea Review | CoffeeReview.com
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  • White Horse Coffee & Tea

    Sutherlin, Oregon
  • India Monsoon Malabar

Roast: NA Review Date: December 2000
Origin: Southern India. Price: NA
 

Notes: The charred tones of the aggressive dark roast are relieved by a substantial sweetness and twisty, musty tones that publicists often label chocolate. They aren 't chocolate, but they can be pleasantly intriguing, as they are here. Beans are coated after roasting with acid-neutralizing agenMonsooned coffees have been exposed deliberately to moisture-laden monsoon winds in open-sided warehouses for several months after the coffees have been dried and the fruit removed. Monsooning red

Who Should Drink It: Acid-avoiders of the dark-roast school who may enjoy the additional damp-closet complication of the monsooning.

AROMA:6
ACIDITY:Very Low
BODY:5
FLAVOR:6
AFTERTASTE:5
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