|Roaster Location:||San Rafael, California|
|Review Date:||September 2000|
Subdued, low-toned, smooth, full, round. Very little at the top of the profile, but a rich, fat fruitiness in the middle. Giddy suggestions of guava darkened toward cocoa and cherry as the cup cooled.
Subdued, low-toned, smooth, full, round. Very little at the top of the profile, but a rich, fat fruitiness in the middle. Certified organically grown and Fair Trade. From the admired Prodocoop cooperative of over 1,000 peasant farmers.
Who Should Drink It
Lovers of port, old brandy, and wide-wale corduroy. The fruit is deep, suggestive, and somehow meaty, like the flesh of ripe cherries.
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This review originally appeared in the September, 2000 tasting report: Fair-Trade Coffees