Batdorf & Bronson
|Roaster Location:||Olympia, Washington|
|Review Date:||April 1999|
Blind Assessment: A slight pungency immediately melts in cinnamon-tending sweet spice. The solid (though not hard or heavy) profile retains a consistent character from nose through long, resonant aftertaste. The spice simplifies a bit as the cup cools.
Notes: Pungent/sweet Indonesia character combined with a moderately dark roast, melting into cinnamon-tending sweet spice. Processed by traditional Indonesian methods.
Who Should Drink It: The highest-rated traditionally-processed Indonesia in the cupping. Pungent/sweet Indonesia character combined with a moderately dark roast would seem to make this coffee a particularly agreeable choice for afterdinner press-pot brewing.
This review originally appeared in the April, 1999 tasting report: Indonesias and Papua New Guineas