Zocalo Coffee House
Papua New Guinea
|Roaster Location:||San Leandro, California|
|Coffee Origin:||Highlands of Papua New Guinea|
|Review Date:||March 2006|
Simple but deep aroma, with resonant raisiny chocolate tones. In the cup lean-bodied, delicate, fundamentally sweet and rather lush but dryly smoky with a hint of fruit that reads as white wine or grapefruit. Concludes simply but richly.
Zocalo Coffee House is a coffee house and roastery located in the San Francisco Bay Area city of San Leandro. Zocalo, of course, roughly translates as town square, a reference that reflects Zocalo's focus on community as well as coffee. Visit
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Those who prefer the feel of linen to silk or wool.
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This review originally appeared in the March, 2006 tasting report: Undervalued Beauty: The Coffees of Papua New Guinea