|Roaster Location:||Enna, Sicily, Italy|
|Coffee Origin:||Not disclosed.|
|Review Date:||August 2007|
Sweet-toned aroma with an orange-toned nut character. In the small cup smooth, syrupy mouthfeel, sweetly pungent through the finish with continued orange and woody nut nuance. In milk the nut and orange notes sweeten toward chocolate but never quite bloom.
The Kili in Kili Caffe refers to Mount Kilimanjaro, suggesting a high-grown East-Africa Arabica influence in this blend, although that reference isn't particularly apparent in the cup, whose character seems most influenced by high-quality robustas. Currently available in 2.2-pound valve bags on line at www.espressovero.com. Visit
Who Should Drink It
Sweet, simple but roundly balanced straight-shot espresso.
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This review originally appeared in the August, 2007 tasting report: Italy Seen from America: Nine (Genuine) Italian and Three American Espressos