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Camp has a more balanced fragrance and aroma than other Ethiopias from the area. The dry grounds are not outrageously floral or fruited at first, but hint at almond essence, dried cherry, and some dusky wildflower notes . Adding hot water to the dry grounds brings this coffee to life. A strong sweetness I will characterize as "peach preserves" dominates, with cane sugar juice and dark honey. The cup has a moderate brightness when you stack it up against other wet-process Ethiopia coffees. Fragrant peach notes come through as well as the same latent floral aspect hinted at in the aroma, but with an overlay of chocolate roast taste. Camp has a rather dense body, which, coupled with the apricot and peach notes give it a nectar-like mouthfeel. Darker roasts really bring out the bittering chocolate aspect of this coffee, and In fact is the reason I prefer roasting Camp to Full City/Full City+. The chocolate bittersweet tang is really pleasant at this level, while lemon hints come through to vivify the cup flavors. I let one batch go a tad into 2nd crack and really appreciated the SO espresso shot from this, a bit bright, but with a long, reverberating aftertaste.
Processing: Wet Process Style Machine Washed
Crop: July 2012 arrival
Appearance: .2 d/300gr, 16-18 Screen
Varietal: Heirloom Varietals
Intensity/Prime Attribute: Medium Intensity / Fruit and floral hints, chocolate roast notes, nectar-like mouthfeel
Roast: Full City to Full City+ had a very nice, developed chocolate roast taste, while brightness still came through. Nice SO espresso