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Guatemala Antigua Finca Cabrejo
Cabrejo is a juicy coffee with much in the way of fruit complexity and sugar browning sweetness. The dry fragrance verges on floral and is intensely sweet with the smell of honey, along with slight hints of apricot, peach, and marzipan. Caramel notes play a large part in the wet aroma and is layered with suggestions of vanilla bean and cinnamon. It's such a sweet set of scents and provides accurate allusion to the cup profile. As a brewed coffee, Cabrejo has such clarity, and the compilation of flavors making up the profile are pristine in flavor and finish. Malic fruits such as red apple, Bosc pear, and plum are central fruited characteristics in the City to City+ roast range. Cabrejo has a honey sweetness that is expressed in flavor and also defines the silky mouthfeel. Sweet fruits continue to pop up as the cup cools, with notes of black currant and raisin to name a few, and really add to the overall complexity of this coffee's profile. This coffee finishes with an expression of prailine candy, which hangs around long in the aftertaste. Darker roasts are deliciously juicy with lots of fruit juice and dark chocolate. Full City roasts and beyond make great SO espresso as well - so viscous and sweet.
Region: Antigua, Sacatepequez
Processing: Wet Process (Washed)
Crop: June 2013 Arrival
Appearance: 0 d/300gr, 17-18+ Screen
Varietal: Bourbon, Caturra
Intensity/Prime Attribute: Mild intensity/ Balanced, honey sweet, complex fruit notes, sweet finish
Roast: City to City+ is intensely sweet, and has malic fruit characteristics. Full City and slightly beyond will make a great SO espresso.