|Roaster Location:||Bozeman, Montana|
|Coffee Origin:||Mamasa growing region, south-central Sulawesi, Indonesia|
|Est. Price:||$13.00/12 ounces|
|Review Date:||June 2014|
Blind Assessment: Crisp, earthy chocolate (or chocolaty earth) dominates aroma and flavor, complicated by tart passion fruit and hints of vanilla and musk. Rounded, gently vibrant acidity; lightly syrupy mouthfeel. Rich though drying finish.
Notes: This is a traditional wet-hulled Sulawesi coffee from small holding producers in the tribal Mamasa sub district, just west of the more celebrated Toraja region. Ghost Town is a small-batch roaster, wholesaler, equipment supplier and training resource located in Bozeman, Montana that takes great care in responsibly sourcing top-quality specialty coffees. Visit www.ghosttowncoffee.com call 406-586-0777 for more information.
Who Should Drink It: A classic wet-hulled profile of the kind traditionally associated with Sumatra and Sulawesi. Here the famous Indonesia earth notes are crisp and almost graham-cracker-like, rather than lush and humus-like as in some versions of this type. At any rate, a good choice for those who enjoy exploring some of the engaging variations on the Indonesia earth-toned wet-hulled cup.
This review originally appeared in the June, 2014 tasting report: Subtle Exoticism: Sulawesi and Papua New Guinea