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Guatemala Acatenango - Finca San Diego Buena Vista
It's a really classic Guatemala coffee too, a balanced and well-structured flavor profile. The dry fragrance of the SDVB is mild, restrained, and with notes of milk chocolate and roasted almond. There's a refined sweetness that builds momentum when adding hot water. The wet aromatics have a pumpkin pie smell to them that is sweet, and spiced with nutmeg and all-spice. There is a sharper sweet scent in the break, like toasted caramel, along with a note of raw almond. In the cup, the body is a key feature here, with a distinct thick, dense mouthfeel. The cup is Guatemala all the way. It has that great relationship between sweetness and bittersweetness, as well as brightness, body and cup flavor. At City+, the flavors are sugary sweet, with a note of raw pistachio in the background. Apple and raisin pair with notes of cinnamon and other warming spices, and a hint of Zacapa shows between the caramel-vanilla and spice notes. There's a citric brightness at these lighter roast levels that is obscured by a dark chocolate 'tang' in dark roasts. In terms of this great balance of cup qualities, this is the expression of Bourbon cultivar all the way. This has always been one of our favorite Guatemalan SO espressos; lemon-zested chocolate velvet!
Processing: Wet Process (Washed)
Crop: June 2013 Arrival
Appearance: .0 d/300gr, 17-18 Screen
Intensity/Prime Attribute: Medium Intensity / classic Guatemala character, amazing body, balanced flavors
Roast: City+ to Full City+. This coffee works best with a bit more roast, and FC to FC+ makes great SO espresso as well!