[Homeroast] Sweet Maria's New Coffee Alert: Brazil, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua and Rwanda

Byron - Sweet Maria's Coffee byron at sweetmarias.com
Fri Nov 4 20:03:56 CDT 2016


Hello Everyone,
We just added 6 new coffees to the list. We hope you enjoy them. Have a
great weekend!



- Brazil Santa Luzia Yellow Bourbon <https://goo.gl/rlSsWT> - Dried to
winey fruit, bittersweet cocoa, syrupy sweetness. Heavy chocolate tones,
cocoa-dusted dry fruits and roasted nuts. Great blend base. Good for
espresso.
- Guatemala Huehuetenango El Paraiso <https://goo.gl/2wv6ix> - El Paraiso
shows complex sweetness at a wide range of roasts, raw honey, turbinado to
muscovado sugars, cane juice, and molasses hints. Subtle fruit tones as the
cup cools. Good for espresso.
- Honduras Belén -Brisas del Cerro <https://goo.gl/nnWcEP> - Raisin to
peach in aroma, opening up to dark fruit and berry jam in the cup, rich
dark chocolate syrup, grape skins, and Thai coconut. Good for espresso.
- Mexico FTO Oaxaca -La Entrada <https://goo.gl/0bXMb8> - La Entrada has
sweet to savory aromatics, notes of honey, bran muffin, Umami tea, walnut,
and bittersweet chocolate chips. Good for espresso.
- Nicaragua Acopio Suyatal <https://goo.gl/4yy0Bd> - Suyatal makes a great
"daily drinking" coffee, showing balanced bittersweetness. Malt sugar and
roasted nut tones give way to cocoa nib-like finish, subtle rind-like
acidity. Good for espresso.
- Rwanda Cocatu Coop SWP Decaf <https://goo.gl/ePza5X> - The cup has
impressive sweetness for decaf, malt syrup and burned sugars, notes of rye
ale, hops, dehydrated apple, cinnamon sticks, and barley. Good decaf
espresso.

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*Byron Dote*

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