|Roaster Location:||Fort Bragg, California|
|Review Date:||February 1997|
Blind Assessment: This coffee is so complex at the top that it positively levitates, alive with sweet, light vanilla tones. In the finish whatever is left of the body vanishes, the vanilla tones fade, but the sweetness lingers.
Notes: A coffee so complex at the top that it levitates, alive with sweet, light vanilla.
Who Should Drink It: Romantics. Should do well in both drip and French press. Brew it strong and it should stand up to milk but not require sweetener. Given Thanksgiving Coffee's commitment to small farmers and social and environmental issues, a good choice for post-Marxist capitalists who care.
This review originally appeared in the February, 1997 tasting report: House Blends