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Colombia Cauca Popayan WP Decaf
This coffee has great brightness in the lighter roasts, as much as any decaf Colombia lots I can recall. The aromatics have a marked sweetness, with hints of baking spices, monnuka raisin, and almond. The sweetness really comes up in the wet aroma, with toasted caramel, brown sugar, and cinnamon. This cup is quite lively and bright at City+ roast levels, reminding me of the really nice Ethiopia decafs. In fact, some might want to take this to FC roast to tone down the cup. It has a balanced sweetness and acidity, with golden raisin and hibiscus tea. The aftertaste has a well defined, cleanly-disappearing sweetness. The body is fairly light at City+, which is not at all a negative because it suits the brisk nature of this cup.
Region: Popayan, Cauca Department
Processing: Wet Process, then WP Decaf
Appearance: .2 d/300gr, 16-18 Screen
Intensity/Prime Attribute: Medium Intensity / Brightness. Balanced sweetness and acidity at City+/Full City
Roast: City+ to Full City if you want to tone down the brightness a bit