Zimbabwe – Green
|Review Date:||March 1999|
This coffee provoked an unenviable list of drab adjectives: muddy (the favorite), grassy, neutral, ashy, rubber-like. Four panelists labeled the aftertaste "baggy," a term describing a flat, ropey sensation that usually indicates faulty conditioning or storage. Whatever its origin, the defect here overpowers the coffee.
This coffee performed poorly in the review, eliciting adjectives such as muddy, grassy, baggy, ashy, and rubber-like. Originally reviewed by a panel as a green coffee. NA
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This review originally appeared in the March, 1999 tasting report: Kenyas and Other East Africas