Guatemala Antigua Organic, 1999
|Roaster Location:||Kansas City, Missouri|
|Review Date:||July 1999|
An almost symphonic coffee. Nuance stretches across the profile: floral notes at the top, winy, dry fruit in the middle, and a smoky pungency at bottom. Sweet, cedarish notes tend to dominate in aroma and aftertaste, but in the cup fruit and flowers upstage everything else.
An almost symphonic coffee with floral notes at the top; wine and dry fruit in the middle; and smoky pungency at the bottom. Certified organically grown. The Roasterie advertises its coffee as "Air-Roasted," meaning the coffee is roasted on a fluid-bed machine that works roughly like a hot-air corn popper rather than on a more typical drum roasting machine.
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This review originally appeared in the July, 1999 tasting report: New Crop Guatemala Coffees