Eden Way Coffee

Thai Fully City Roast

Location: Wood Village, Oregon

Origin: Northern Thailand.

Roast: Medium-Dark

Est. Price: $10.00/16 ounces

Review Date: July 2011

Agtron: 44/51

Aroma: 7

Acidity: 8

Body: 8

Flavor: 8

Aftertaste: 7

Blind Assessment:

Roasted nut and a rich, pruny dark chocolate dominates in aroma and cup. Soft but resonant acidity, silky mouthfeel. Flavor fades a bit in the finish, but generally the cup sweetens and deepens as it cools, a good sign.


Grown in northern Thailand’s Golden Triangle using sustainable farming practices. Eden Way is a family-owned business that sources its coffee directly from Thai village coffee growers and allocates 50% of its profits toward social causes involving reducing human trafficking and sponsoring orphaned children. Visit www.edenwaycoffee.com or call 503-328-8668 for more information.

Who Should Drink It: A smooth, nut-and-chocolate-toned option for those who avoid brighter, more acidy coffees.

This review originally appeared in the July, 2011 tasting report: Quest for an Everyday Coffee: Macro-Lots

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