[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
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
- 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.
Sweet Maria's Coffee Inc.
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