[Homeroast] Calling all profilers: Colombia Peaberry Los Caracoles del Sur

ricky carter rickylc99 at gmail.com
Thu Oct 21 22:01:02 CDT 2010


In my opinion, more towards the Los Chuchos.but a less complex flavor
profile and more juiciness about it.  it sounds lie i'm hedging, but it
really is in between.

try some!  you won't be disapointed!

On Thu, Oct 21, 2010 at 10:38 PM, mary deem <catechumenes at gmail.com> wrote:

> Ricky - Thanks for the comparison. Would you say that the Caracoles is
> closer to the Los Chuchos or Carlos Imbachi in flavor profile?  I pick
> those
> two coffees for compairson because, to me, they seem to represent two
> styles
> of Tolima coffees: a lighter and darker (noir) style.
>
> In my opinion (which is* *worth nil) some Tolima coffee seem to have a
> lighter character: honey, golden raisins, and strawberries.  Carlos
> Imbachi,
> Merediano Microlot, and Florestales Maximinio Gutierrez are examples that
> come to mind.
>
> Others like the Los Chuchos does seem to have a noir character, as you so
> aptly call it.  Dark and drier fruits like fig, currants, and raisins.  A
> hint of tannin like flavors: Oolong tea and maybe even some tart apple
> skins.  When roasted a hair darker baker's chocolate.
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