|Roaster Location:||Branford, Connecticut|
|Review Date:||September 1998|
A fresh, clean, delightfully natural sweetness is balanced by a drier but still fruity pungency. A fine and distinctive coffee, though memorable more for what it gives out front than what it insinuates. The profile is immediate and pleasing rather than deep.
From the oldest specialty roaster in Connecticut, this Doka coffee displays a fresh, clean, delightfully natural sweetness, which is balanced by a drier but still fruity pungency. A fine and distinctive coffee, though memorable more for its ingratiating Doka coffees like this one are typically sweet and fruity, a characteristic apparently owing to a regional variation in the fermenting/washing process. Visit www.willoughbyscoffee.com or call 800-388-8400 for more information.
Who Should Drink It
A fine coffee for those who prefer sweetness without sugar, and for whom the more typical high-grown Central America coffees are too dryly imposing.
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This review originally appeared in the September, 1998 tasting report: Twelve Hits from '98