The Coffee Beanery
Costa Rican Tarrazu
|Roaster Location:||Flushing, Michigan|
|Review Date:||June 1998|
Pleasantly full, rich, low-toned, complete in the bottom registers. Ambiguous grace notes, however: They read as earthy when the coffee is hot, but turn hard and mildly unpleasant as the cup cools. Probably a storage fault. Still, a coffee with power and dimension.
This coffee is pleasantly full, rich, low-toned, and complete in the bottom registers. Ambiguous grace notes, which read earthy when hot, but turn hard and mildly unpleasant as the cup cools. The Coffee Beanery is a franchise with nearly two hundred locations.
Who Should Drink It
Lovers of dubious Sulawesies and murky Sumatras: The low-toned richness and earthy tones of this coffee suggest certain Indonesia coffees rather than Costa Ricas.
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This review originally appeared in the June, 1998 tasting report: Costa Rican Coffees