Java Jampit Estate
|Roaster Location:||Houston, Texas|
|Review Date:||February 2000|
Blind Assessment: "A sweet, inoffensive little cup of coffee. No bells and whistles here," wrote one panelist. At first I was inclined to agree, but this soft, subtle coffee eventually won me over with its relaxed richness and striking lavender-like floral tones. Other panelists agreed. Perhaps no bells and whistles, but some pleasant warbling.
Notes: A sweet little cup of coffee, which developed a relaxed richness with lavender floral tones. Reviewed as a green coffee by the Cupping Board. Jampit is one of four government-operated coffee estates in the dramatic mountains of eastern Java. All estate Javas are wet processed. "We Bring the World to Every Cup" is the motto of InterAmerican Commodities, a distinguished green coffee dealer founde
This review originally appeared in the February, 2000 tasting report: 1999 Papua New Guineas, Timors, and a Lone Java