[Homeroast] Sweet Maria's New Coffee Alert: 2 Colombias & 2 Guatemalas

Byron - Sweet Maria's Coffee byron at sweetmarias.com
Thu Oct 22 18:00:30 CDT 2015


Hello Everybody! We just added four new coffees. All them are great for
both drip brewing and espresso. Enjoy!


   - Colombia Urrao -La Esperanza Microlot <https://goo.gl/nZdku7> - is
   thick in both weight and sweetness, with raw sugar, sweetened fruit syrup,
   a honey, blackberry maple syrup and elderberry tea notes. There's a cocoa
   note in the long aftertaste, that's edged out by hints of baked apple and
   black tea. A nice espresso too.



   - Colombia Valle de Pavón -Señor Gómez <https://goo.gl/DatSZt> - is
   sweet, fruited and has flavors of black cherry juice. It's not overly
   bright but has enough acidity to provide a mouth-cleansing finish. There's
   citrus and fruit syrup notes at most roast levels and darker roasts have
   the bittersweetness of high % dark cacao bar with plum and grape notes.
   Recommended to those who enjoy Kenyan espresso.



   - Guatemala Xinabajul -FC Mendez Lote 2 <https://goo.gl/P48MiW> - great
   body with sugar, fruit, raw cane juice, green apple, cinnamon and roasted
   almond notes. The acidity is like apple juice. Dark roasts will have cocoa
   tones, thick body, and chocolate syrup in the aftertaste. It will make a
   chocolatey espresso.



   - Guatemala Xinabajul -Santa Barbara <https://goo.gl/3oUDem> - has an
   impressive brown sugar sweetness and roasted almond. There is impressive
   acidity and a refreshing burst of brightness with fruit character. Dark
   roasts make an intensely sweet espresso, with dark chocolate and an orange
   'tang'.



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*Byron Dote*
Sweet Maria's Coffee Inc.
www.sweetmarias.com


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