|Roaster Location:||Atlanta, Georgia|
|Review Date:||May 2003|
Blind Assessment: Very sweet and very, very musty. Somewhere behind the malty, musty/mildew tones a rich, cherry-toned coffee lurks.
Notes: Produced by small holding farmers from trees of the heirloom Blue Mountain variety growing at elevations exceeding 5,000 feet. Certified organically grown. Visit
Who Should Drink It: A poster child for a coffee that is sharply musty but without bitterness. In other words, an interesting test case for aficionados who are curious about whether certain kinds of mustiness can be considered a characteristic or a defect.
This review originally appeared in the May, 2003 tasting report: Roasters without Stores