This lot from Kiamabara is loaded with citrus notes all throughout the cup experience, as well as across the roast spectrum. City to C+ roasts have an underlying panela sugar sweetness in the fragrance, (inciting the kind of retronasal response that comes with smelling raw cane juice) with lemon and orange tea accents, complex, and near floral. Full City teases out berry accents too in the dry grounds. The wet aroma is 'big' in the sense that sweet sugar and fruit smells are easily sensed from across the table. Middle roasts take on characteristics of an 'Orange Julius': the drink made up of orange juice, vanilla, and brown sugar. The cup echoes this flavor matrix, deep raw sugar sweetness courses through the cup with molasses accents at the edges, and a citric snap charging through. A pulpy flavor of fresh squeezed orange juice is the highlight of City and City+ roasts, shifting toward panela-sweetened lemonade as the cup cools. Full City roasts make a thick cup in both body and density of sweetness. Citrus again defines much of the cup flavors, but accompanied by notes of grape and raspberry nearly in equal strength. Dark cacao and coconut water accents provide contrast in the finish, and bring to mind cacao bar with dried tropical fruit. An incredibly complex cup from light to dark, we were split on roast level preference. Full City will make an extremely sweet and perhaps shockingly bright espresso too.