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This coffee is remarkable when set against other Indonesian coffees of the wet-hulled type, such as Sumatra from Toba or Tawar areas. The dry fragrance has clean stone fruit scents, dried peaches, with hazelnut (City Roast) and semi-sweet chocolate (Full City Roast). Lighter roasts have clover honey sweetness. The wet aroma has a caramel-butter saturated sweetness, butterfinger-like, with more of a cocoa nib bittering scent on the break. The cup has a fruit jam quality, peach preserves, a strong and pervasive sweetness, with a juicy mouthfeel in the finish. There is a savory/umami quality in the cup that pairs well with the body, and some fruit tea tannins in the light roast finish. Darker roasts have a lot more cocoa roast tones to the cup, with latent peach-apricot flavors and a suggestion of blackberry as the cup cools (great roast level for SO espresso!). There's a hint of aromatic wood at some lighter roast levels, and our lightest roast was a bit chaffy, but was probably just under-roasted generally based on the other cup flavors. It's best to let this develop after First Crack to at least a City roast level, where the fruit jam aspect was most present.
Region: Micro-region, Java Sunda
Processing: Wet Process (Washed)
Crop: January 2013 Arrival
Appearance: .4 d/300gr, 16-18 Screen
Varietal: Ateng, Djember, Jember, Typica
Intensity/Prime Attribute: Medium Intensity / A sweetly fruited cup, clean and jammy.
Roast: City+ to Full City+. Ideally it is rested for 48+ hours after roasting.