|Roaster Location:||Boulder, Colorado|
|Review Date:||November 1997|
Blind Assessment: Some attractive grace notes teased their way through the balanced, unassuming profile. I read them as herbal in my notes on aroma and chocolate when I got to the cup. Either way they're on the low-toned, pungent side of the taste ledger rather than the high and sweet.
Notes: Balanced, unassuming profile with attractive grace notes of herb and chocolate in the cup. Certified organically grown.
Who Should Drink It: Earth-conscious folks who want some earth-toned grace notes. An understated example of Guatemala complexity.
This review originally appeared in the November, 1997 tasting report: Environment-Friendly Coffees