[Homeroast] Sweet Maria's New Coffee Alert: Five new ones including a fair trade and more dry process

Byron - Sweet Maria's Coffee byron at sweetmarias.com
Fri Dec 9 19:08:02 CST 2016


Hello Everyone,
We just added five great coffees to the list today. There's a lot of
variety going on here. If you have been waiting for more Fair Trade or dry
process coffees, here you go!


- Brazil Dry Process Fazenda Chapada <https://goo.gl/i7ayYz> - Fazenda
Chapada is best in middle to dark roasting, roasted cacao aroma, with
flavors of date sugar, baker's cocoa, cinnamon, pipe tobacco and aromatic
wood. Good as Espresso
- Ethiopia Dry Process Yirg. Baraka Buna <https://goo.gl/9E8DqF> - Intense
sweetness, pineapple punch, dried mango, ripe berry, dark orange, and an
understated floral top note. Big body and syrupy chocolate at deeper roast
levels. WILD espresso.
- Colombia Pavón Heirloom Caturra <https://goo.gl/pJT9Ob> - A standout
Colombia, fruited aspects of ripe plum, dark berries, grape jam, and
papaya. Underlying sweetness of dark musscovado throughout and English
Breakfast tea note in the finish.
- Guatemala Huehuetenango Finca Rosma <https://goo.gl/PRaSqB> - The acidity
in Rosma pops in light to mid roasts, with notes of honey, caramel, baking
spices, apple and white grape juice. Big body and finishes so sweet. Good
for espresso.
- Peru FTO Productores de Camporredondo <https://goo.gl/yAxL8B> - A crowd
pleaser brewed coffee, moderate body and acidity, flavors of baker's cocoa,
hazelnut spread, honey, Brazil nut and bittersweet finish.

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*Byron Dote*

Sweet Maria's Coffee Inc.
www.sweetmarias.com


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