We haven't carried this coffee for a few years now, but when this particular AA sample hit the cupping table, we were blown away by the "big"ness level of fruit complexity, deeply sweet in flavor, and dark fruit/wine-like acidity. The dry fragrance is subtler than you'd think, lots of dark sugar smells, and a bit of blackberry and red grape smells in CIty and CIty+ roasts. Adding hot water gives off impressions of grape and blackberry, along with light brown sugar. It smells truly amazing when wetted, and the break is like pure maple sugar and berry. This is one juicy cup of Kenya coffee. There's a strong note of black cherry up front, sweet, and with the slight bitterness of cherry or grape skins. The mouthfeel reflects the fruit juice aspect, and carries flavors of papaya, guava, and passion fruit oh so well. Sweetness and complexity run very high, and acidity goes from malic to Syrah, pleasantly bright with slight effervescence. Marked sweetness carries through to the finish with flavors of pulpy citrus and candied orange peel. Even at Full City, juicy concord grape, blackberry, and deep sugar browning flavors match complex roast tones. This makes for an amazing desert coffee - complex and refreshing. And if taken toward Full City, worthy of a run through the espresso machine. Expect concentrated core flavors with high, highs cutting across the top.