|Roaster Location:||Clinton, Connecticut|
|Review Date:||February 1997|
This coffee arrived pre-ground (not available whole bean), perhaps accounting for its flatness in nose and cup, although some herbal or prune notes survive in the thin, carbon-toned acidity.
Arrived pre-ground, perhaps accounting for flatness in nose and cup. Thin, carbon-toned acidity.
Who Should Drink It
People who don't know any better than to order coffee from a chocolate manufacturer who puts four-color ads in national magazines. Cheap shots aside, at a little lighter roast the herbal or fruit notes might make this an interesting coffee. As it is, it's probably too thin-bodied for the West Coast and too burned for the East.
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This review originally appeared in the February, 1997 tasting report: House Blends