[Homeroast] Sweet Maria's New Coffee Alert: Seven new ones
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Fri Jul 3 20:46:13 CDT 2015
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On Fri, Jul 3, 2015 at 3:38 PM, Byron - Sweet Maria's Coffee <
byron at sweetmarias.com> wrote:
> Hello Everybody. Here's seven great new single origin coffees that we just
> added to the list. Enjoy! Have a great Fourth of July!
> Colombia Finca La Mesita
> <https://www.sweetmarias.com/product/colombia-timana-finca-la-mesita> -
> sugar sweetness and malic to tea-tannic brightness with Asian pear, red
> raisin, apple, lime-aid, and cinnamon stick. Good for espresso.
> Costa Rica Helsar - La Petisa
> <https://www.sweetmarias.com/product/costa-rica-helsar--la-petisa> - shows
> balance in sugar sweetness and bittering cocoa tones with red grape,
> cherry, and raisin.
> Costa Rica Los Crestones Finca Alaska
> - has a pleasant tartness, cranberry and habiscus, along with sweet flavors
> of raisin, plum, and oatmeal cookie. Buttery to chocolate tones in the
> Guatemala San Diego Buena Vista Yellow Bourbon
> - balanced sweet/bittersweet tones and structured brightness, highlighted
> by notes of brisk tea, chamomile herbal infusions, and citrus.
> Honduras San Fernando - Rodriguez Pacamara
> - has an aroma of sweet pipe tobacco and complex sugar browning. It's laden
> with honey sweetness, dried tamarind and date.
> Honduras Santa Elena - Región Cueva Pintada
> - shows excellent sweetness with counteracting bittering burned sugar, and
> cocoa powder. Mild fruit flavors are off in the distance and the finish is
> sweet and clean.
> Tanzania Mbeya Iyula Mill Peaberry
> Aroma of roasted barley and Assam tea, with an underlying simple syrup
> sweetness, and baking spice top notes. Flavors of darker roasts run the
> range of chocolate liqueur to licorice root.
> *Byron Dote*
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