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Sulawesi Seletan Peaberry
This Sulawesi lot has a uniquely "clean" profile, boasting a juicy body and articulated sweetness. The dry fragrance has the smell of freshly baked goods like molasses and ginger cookies, as well as raisin cinnamon bread. This sweetness is expounded upon in the wet grounds, with caramel sauce and butter toffee aromatics dominating lighter roasts, while bittersweet roast tones permeate from the crust of darker roasts. Cupping this coffee, you might think it was harvested in Central or South America. Honey and Caramel are the major "sweet" components. Fruit notes are juicy, with apple, green grape, and kumquat. Darker roasts have pulpy orange juice as well as bittersweet cocoa. While this is an unusual Sulawesi cup, it still has flavors that relate it to other coffees of the region. It's herbaceous and has notes of dried basil, sage, and even a hint of tarragon in the finish. Like all things from this producer, the preparation on this peaberry lot is expertly done, thus resulting in exceptional cup quality.
Region: Island of Sulawesi, Tana Toraja
Processing: Dry Hulled
Crop: January 2013 arrival
Appearance: .0 d/300gr, 15+ PB screen
Varietal: Jember, S-795
Intensity/Prime Attribute: Medium intensity / Juicy, sweet, and slightly herbaceous.
Roast: City+ is ideal for the cup I describe, lighter than other Sulawesi coffees. This coffee can take darker roasts and develops a good chocolate bittersweet roast flavor.