|Roaster Location:||Terre Haute, Indiana|
|Coffee Origin:||Chiriqui Province, Panama.|
|Est. Price:||$16.00/12 ounces|
|Review Date:||April 2011|
Blind Assessment: Soft floral and citrus tones in the aroma complicate in the cup with juicier citrus and crisp cocoa. Soft, fruit-toned acidity; silky mouthfeel. Dry chocolate in a relatively short finish.
Notes: H2 stands for Hartmann and Honey. Hartmann is the name of the well-respected farm on which this coffee was produced. “Honey” is a method of processing where the skin is removed from the coffee fruit immediately after picking but the sweet pulp, or fruit flesh, is not, and the beans or seeds are dried with the fruit pulp or “honey” still adhering to them. This contrasts to the more conventional wet or washed method, wherein both skin and pulp are removed from the beans before drying. A member of the Clabber Girl family of businesses, Rex Roasting is “an exhibition style, small-batch artisan roaster” that is focused on roasting high-quality specialty coffee. Visit
Who Should Drink It: Not intense, but many coffee drinkers may prefer it that way. Soft, balanced, sweet-citrus-toned.