Bold sugar notes, fresh florals, and clean fruited flavors are what this Sidama is all about. The floral aspects are huge all the way through from aroma to cup, and the finish is super clean, like a iced herbal tea. The fresh grounds of our City+ roast smelled like lavender, raw sugar, and a touch of honey. With hot water the florals are intense, you can smell them from across the room. Sugar notes smell caramelized and hefty, and there's a baked peach scent too, especially in the steam when breaking through the crust. We've roasted this coffee a few times now, ranging from City to just about Full City, and its complex nature holds up all along the way. Like the aromatics, the first thing you notice is a strong presence of unrefined sugars and florals, like jasmine and lilac. The middle is filled out with notes of peach, tangerine, honeydew, and ripe kiwi. City/City+ will show the widest array of fruits, and my preferred roast for brewed coffee, with acidity that sparkles. While still complex, closer to Full City there's less focus on fresh fruits, and more strength in developed sugar flavors and with some fruit tea notes. Not a bad thing at all, just a different experience. One aspect that doesn't quit though, are the bold florals, even at Full City. We gave this latter roast a run through the espresso machine and were floored with the results - long sweetness, blueberry, jasmine, and much more chocolate that I imagined!