Decaffeinated Costa Rican by PJ's Coffee & Tea Review | CoffeeReview.com
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  • PJ's Coffee & Tea

    New Orleans, Louisiana
  • Decaffeinated Costa Rican

Roast: Very-Dark Review Date: August 1997
Origin: Costa Rica Price: NA
 

Blind Assessment: The roast overwhelms the coffee here. The cup is carbon-toned and rather thin-bodied, with little nuance or dimension. Pleasant and without offense, but this Costa Rica's virtues and surprises apparently were left behind in the decaffeination vat and roasting smoke.

Notes: Pleasant and without offense, the roast overwhelms the coffee. Decaffeinated by the Swiss Water Process (TM)

Who Should Drink It: Decaffeination is more German obsession than French, but a health-conscious Francophile who fondly remembers the charred-tasting coffee in provincial cafes in northern France might enjoy this one.

AROMA:5
ACIDITY:4
BODY:5
FLAVOR:4
AGTRON:27/39


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