|Roaster Location:||Thornton, Colorado|
|Coffee Origin:||Not disclosed|
|Review Date:||December 2003|
Blind Assessment: The aroma is subdued but complex with leather, chocolate and apricot. In the cup a fine balance of bitter bite and seductive sweetness, complicated by an apricot-almond-toned fruit and a crisp bittersweet chocolate. Medium-bodied, gently rich.
Notes: Allegro Coffee, a subsidiary of Whole Foods Market, offers one of the country's richest arrays of single-origin coffees and blends as well some of the country's most informative coffee labeling. Visit
Who Should Drink It: This bittersweet blend provides comfort without sentimentality.
This review originally appeared in the December, 2003 tasting report: Fragrance and Weight: Winter Coffees from the Pacific