|Roaster Location:||Bozeman, Montana|
|Coffee Origin:||Pichincha growing region, northern Ecuador|
|Est. Price:||$15.45/12 ounces|
|Review Date:||January 2016|
Sweet and delicately rich. Strawberry, almond, honeysuckle, cedar in aroma and cup. Crisp, balanced acidity; buoyant, velvety mouthfeel. Berry and nut flavors resonate in a richly drying finish.
Produced by Nestor Nino at his farm, San Alejo and comprised entirely of beans from trees of the unusual and impressive Sidra variety of arabica, a cultivar specific to Ecuador. It is a washed coffee, meaning that the skin and fruit pulp were removed or “washed” from the beans before they were dried. Ghost Town is a small-batch roaster, wholesaler, equipment supplier and training resource located in Bozeman, Montana that takes great care in responsibly sourcing top-quality specialty coffees. Visit www.ghosttowncoffee.com call 406-586-0777 for more information.
Who Should Drink It
Those who appreciate rich coffees that strike a graceful, even lyric, balance between sweet and savory.
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