Decaf Colombian Supremo by Millstone Coffee Review |
  • Millstone Coffee

    Cincinnati, Ohio
  • Decaf Colombian Supremo

Roast: Medium-Dark Review Date: August 1997
Origin: Colombia Price: NA

Blind Assessment: Solid, balanced, with a slightly winy acidity wrapped in a substantial body, all characteristics of a good Colombia. But again, these virtues seem attenuated. The complexity is confined to the middle registers, with both top and bottom notes pinched off. A slight sweetness fills out the profile in the finish.

Notes: Solid, balanced with a slightly winy acidity wrapped in substantial body. Decaffeinated by an indirect process, involving use of ethyl acetate

Who Should Drink It: A possibility for caffeine-shy aficionados who crave something resembling a classic Latin-American profile. Slight hints of carbon and pungency contributed by the roast could please West Coast palates and help them forgive the rather shallow bottom.


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