|Roaster Location:||Seattle, Washington|
|Coffee Origin:||Chalatenango, El Salvador|
|Est. Price:||$14.00/12 ounces|
|Review Date:||November 2011|
Fresh, naturally sweet, dominated by floral and honey notes anchored by a complicating hint of fresh-cut fir. The acidity is giddily and sweetly bright; the mouthfeel lively and somewhere between silky and creamy in texture. Long, resonant finish.
The Nombre de Dios farm is located in northern El Salvador, close to the border of Honduras and Guatemala, in the highlands of Alotepec-Metapán Mountain Range. This offering was produced entirely from trees of the heirloom Bourbon variety of Arabica. Kuma Coffee is a small Seattle, Washington based roaster that believes that coffee fosters relationships. Visit www.kumacoffee.com or call 206-384-6092 for more information.
Who Should Drink It
Those who have learned to enjoy lighter-roasted coffees that bring the freshness of the coffee flower and fruit to the cup.
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