|Roaster Location:||Ellensberg, Washington|
|Coffee Origin:||Not disclosed|
|Review Date:||June 2004|
Charred aroma, lean mouthfeel and a bitterish sharpness in the small cup all suggest an overly aggressive roast. But a floral sweetness wafts through the profile and contributes to a fine presence in milk: still a bit lean in mouthfeel but alive with leather, apricot and chocolate notes.
D&M Coffee is a microroaster whose roasting facility is a refurbished 1920s stucco gasoline station in the eastern Washington town of Ellensberg. Visit
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Those who put fresh roses in a black vase.
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This review originally appeared in the June, 2004 tasting report: Boutique Espressos