Fair-Trade Organic Nicaraguan
|Roaster Location:||Berkeley, California|
|Review Date:||September 2000|
Blind Assessment: A dominating roast flushes out most nuance, but imparts a pleasantly dry, cocoaish character to an elegantly crisp cup. Gently austere.
Notes: A dominating roast flushes out most nuance, but imparts a pleasantly dry, cocoaish character to an elegantly crisp cup. Gently austere. From an uncompromisingly traditional farm that grows only the admired bourbon variety of Coffea arabica. Certified organically grown and Fair-Trade Certified. Uncommon Grounds is a long-established small-batch wholesale roaster in the San Francisco Bay Ar
Who Should Drink It: Crisp rather than brisk, a good multiple-cup breakfast choice for dark-roast aficionados.
This review originally appeared in the September, 2000 tasting report: Fair-Trade Coffees