Patshatl Blend by Heritage Coffee Company Review | CoffeeReview.com
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  • Heritage Coffee Company

    Juneau, Alaska
  • Patshatl Blend

Roast: Dark Review Date: December 1997
Origin: Various Price: NA
 

Blind Assessment: Solid, full-bodied dark-roast cup. Carbon tones dominate the sweet side of the dark-roast equation, and only the hints of prune and chocolate relieve the ultimately rather austere profile.

Notes: A solid, full-bodied dark-roast cup. Carbon tones dominate the sweet side and only hints of prune and chocolate relieve the rather austere profile. Patshatl is a Northwest-Coast Native-American word for gift.

Who Should Drink It: The holiday factor:The carbon-toned pungency and heavy body should prevail through continental quantities of milk and sugar, making this one a good choice for French-style breakfasts and croissant-wallowing mornings.

AROMA:6
ACIDITY:3
BODY:7
FLAVOR:5
AGTRON:37/38


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