Dancing Goats Blend by Batdorf & Bronson Review | CoffeeReview.com
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Roast: Medium-Dark Review Date: October 1997
Origin: Various Price: NA
 

Blind Assessment: Simple but centered, a classically solid Espresso. Once past the low-key, caramel/toast/chocolate nose I didn't register much in the way of grace notes, but neither was I oppressed by carbon. My taster colleague picked up muted wine-fruit tones. In milk, sweet and substantial.

Notes: A darker blend for milk-based drinks, simple but centered, a classically solid espresso. A darker Batdorf & Bronson blend particularly designed for milk-based drinks.

Who Should Drink It: People who like wide-wale corduroy and Oxford cloth shirts. A solid, elegantly sober profile.

AROMA:6
BODY:5
FLAVOR:6
AFTERTASTE:5
WITH MILK:Flavor in milk: 5
AGTRON:41/46

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