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This Java decaf has a defined sweetness that can be difficult to find in Indo coffees in general, not to mention in many decaf coffees period. The dry fragrance is fairly true to Indonesia coffee with a soft earthiness to it, that is sweetened by hints of molasses and malted sugar. There's a sweet pipe tobacco smell to the wet grounds which is also a common characteristic in coffees from Java. Decaffeination often lends a sort of breadiness in the profile, which is definitely present in smell and in the cup, but there are "clean" accents that accompany this separating it from your typical decaf. The cup is nice and sweet with a build up of developed sugars. There's a note peet that is a gentle reminder of this coffee's origin and lends to the coffee's intensity. The body is deep and the finish is toasted caramel along with bittering notes of cacao and baker's chocolate. This is a great dual purpose coffee and does well in the City+-Full City+ range of roast.
Region: Micro-region, Java Sunda
Processing: Wet Process, then SWP Decaf
Crop: March 2013 Arrival
Appearance: .4 d/300gr, 16-18 Screen
Varietal: Ateng, Djember, Jember, Typica
Intensity/Prime Attribute: Bold Intensity / Brightness and sweetness found in few Indo coffees, deep body
Roast: City+ to Full City+. These decafs don't make too much noise when cracking so pay close attention to sight and smell. Ideally it is rested for 48+ hours after roasting.