|Roaster Location:||Rancho Cucamonga, California|
|Review Date:||February 1999|
Another Sumatra with intrigue, but more murky than mysterious. The aroma is marvelous, alive with vanilla and sweet aromatic wood tones, but the cup settles down into a heavy smokiness unrelieved by lift or sweetness. Hints of dry chocolate turn tobaccoish in the finish.
Marvelous aroma, alive with vanilla and wood tones, but the cup settles down to a heavy smokiness unrelieved by lift or sweetness. Hints of dry chocolate turn tobaccoish in the finish. The Coffee Klatch is a small roaster and cafe-retailer founded in 1993, with a loyal following in Rancho Cucamonga and other points east of Los Angeles. Visit www.klatchroasting.com or call 877-455-2824 for more information.
Who Should Drink It
The wood/smoke tones may interest some. The weight and almost salty dryness might make this coffee a good choice for a French-press, after-dinner accompaniment to rich, sweet desserts.
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This review originally appeared in the February, 1999 tasting report: New Crop Sumatra Coffees