Heritage Coffee Company
|Roaster Location:||Juneau, Alaska|
|Review Date:||December 1997|
Blind Assessment: Solid, full-bodied dark-roast cup. Carbon tones dominate the sweet side of the dark-roast equation, and only the hints of prune and chocolate relieve the ultimately rather austere profile.
Notes: A solid, full-bodied dark-roast cup. Carbon tones dominate the sweet side and only hints of prune and chocolate relieve the rather austere profile. Patshatl is a Northwest-Coast Native-American word for gift.
Who Should Drink It: The holiday factor:The carbon-toned pungency and heavy body should prevail through continental quantities of milk and sugar, making this one a good choice for French-style breakfasts and croissant-wallowing mornings.
This review originally appeared in the December, 1997 tasting report: Holiday Coffees 1997