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Brazil Dry Process Luiz Claudio

$5.25
Brazil Dry Process Luiz Claudio
Brazil Dry Process Luiz Claudio

Soft fruit tones, roasted nut, rustic tobacco in the finish, and a slight leathery sweetness that reminds me of Yemeni coffee. Full City pushes bittering cocoa. City+ to Full City+. Good for espresso blending.

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Brazil Dry Process Sitio Pinheirinho

$5.70
Brazil Dry Process Sitio Pinheirinho
Brazil Dry Process Sitio Pinheirinho

The cup is bittersweet, a backdrop of powdery cocoa accented by molasses and date sugar, and a faint smokey roast tone. Body and interplay of cocoa/nut flavor characteristics are at the core of Pinheirnho. Full City. Good for espresso.

South America

Brazil Minasul Competition Eduardo Ferreira

$6.00
Brazil Minasul Competition Eduardo Ferreira
Brazil Minasul Competition Eduardo Ferreira

The cup has pleasing, milky mouthfeel that weighs heavy on your tongue, notes of Brazil nut, banana chips, cocoa powder, and dehydrated strawberry. Heavier cocoa with roast. City+ to Full City+. Good for espresso.

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Colombia Buesaco Don Nectario

$6.65
Colombia Buesaco Don Nectario
Colombia Buesaco Don Nectario

Don Nectario's coffee shows dried and fresh stone fruit notes, baking spice accents, dried mango, and pulpy orange juice highlights. Sweetness spans a wide range from molasses sugars to more fruited types. City to City+.

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Colombia Honey Process Aponte Community

$6.65
Colombia Honey Process Aponte Community

Strawberry-rhubarb and dried berry aroma, flavor notes of rustic molasses, blueberry, fruit jams, and a cranberry-like vibrance. Big body and bittersweetness, especially with heavy roast development. City to Full City+.

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Colombia Honey Process Emilio Chasoiy

$6.75
Colombia Honey Process Emilio Chasoiy
Colombia Honey Process Emilio Chasoiy

Fruited notes are overt, ripe strawberry, winey blackberry and plum, fruit jam, apple skin, and more. Darker roasting brings on a Mexican cocoa flavor replete with cinnamon spiced finish. City to Full City. 

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Colombia Inzá Cresta El Hato

$6.20
Colombia Inzá Cresta El Hato
Colombia Inzá Cresta El Hato

Cresta El Hato has impressive raw sugar sweetness, and layers of cocoa (especially in darker roasts), and fruited notes like grape, apple, and plum to a somewhat lesser degree. City to Full City+. Good for espresso. 

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Colombia Inzá Las Estrellas

$6.65
Heavy flowering in Vereda San Antonio during a December 2016 visit, Inzá
Colombia Inzá Las Estrellas

Las Estrellas shines bright with fruited vibrance, base flavors from raw honey to fresh cane juice, hints of golden raisin, white grape and apple juices. Mild dark chocolate and mulling spice notes accent the finish. City to Full City+. Good for espresso.

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Colombia La Plata Raul Hector

$6.15
Colombia La Plata Raul Hector
Colombia La Plata Raul Hector

Layers of unrefined sugar flavors resonate throughout the cup, with dried fruit, and a pear note that best describe acidity as well. The core coffee flavor is incredibly balanced in the middle roasts. City+ to Full City+. Good espresso.

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Colombia Lo Mejor de Caicedo

$6.65
Where the paved road ends, and the dirt road begins for the next 38km to Caicedo
Colombia Lo Mejor de Caicedo

Lo Mejor de Caicedo has intense honey aroma, with raw honey flavors in the brewed cup as well, a floral sweetness, golden raisin, dried apple, and the crisp sweetness of a Bosc pear. City to City+.

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