|Roaster Location:||Lee, Massachusetts|
|Coffee Origin:||Ahuachapan Department, El Salvador.|
|Est. Price:||$14.95/16 oz.|
|Review Date:||November 2010|
Blind Assessment: A ripe orange-toned citrus with a balancing pungent hint of fresh-cut fir runs through the profile from aroma through finish. The acidity is balanced, bright and sweet, the mouthfeel lightly syrupy. Rich and orangy in the finish.
Notes: This is a dried-in-the-fruit or “natural” coffee produced from trees of the heirloom Bourbon variety of Arabica. Barrington Coffee is an artisan roaster dedicated to elite coffees, fresh delivery and roasting that foregrounds the coffee and not the roast. Visit www.barringtoncoffee.com or call 800-528-0998 for more information.
Who Should Drink It: Aficionados may take interest in this particular incarnation of the pungent-sweet Bourbon character; less scholarly black coffee drinkers may simply enjoy the balanced, ripe sweetness the cup.
This review originally appeared in the November, 2010 tasting report: Brandy and Surprises: The New Naturals