This year's Suyatal has a deep fruited quality, that is very different that the past two years, where flavors of nut and cocoa tended to be the focus. The dry fragrance has a smell of stone fruit - peach and nectarine - that is quite clean and sweet. Taking the roast toward Full City achieves a swirling scent of maple and brown sugar in the ground coffee. Adding hot water, there is a rounded fruit characteristic, very sweet and jammy. The cup continues the theme of dark fruits, and at City+ shows flavors of raisin, red grape, and plum. This Nicaragua showed the best acidity from the container we purchased, a brightness that cuts through, but remains well integrated in the profile and dark sugars and sweet fruits. The aftertaste is a tad murky, but flavors of cocoa provide a nice, soft finish overall. Our best roasts were at City+ and beyond, and I'm certain it will work well for those who desire a heavier, Full City+ roast. The body is quite dense and creamy as a brewed coffee, and has a flavor profile that works great as SO espresso or as a blend base.