[Homeroast] Sweet Maria's New Coffee Alert: New Colombias, a Brazil Dry Process and Ethiopia Sidama Nansebo

Byron - Sweet Maria's Coffee byron at sweetmarias.com
Fri Sep 29 12:42:18 CDT 2017

Correction. We added three Colombias, not four.

On Fri, Sep 29, 2017 at 10:19 AM, Byron - Sweet Maria's Coffee <
byron at sweetmarias.com> wrote:

> Hey Everyone,
> We hope you are doing well and wanted to let you know we just added four
> new Colombias, a new Brazil and Ethiopia Sidama Nansebo to the list. Most
> of these are great for espresso.
> - *Ethiopia Sidama Nansebo <https://goo.gl/QahhRq>* - Nansebo posseses a
> peach nectar flavor which accurately defines body as well. Sweet stone
> fruit notes, orange, tart apricot, and bittersweet fruit skins. A complex
> Sidama that I can't decide whether I like it better as coffee or espresso!
> Good for espresso.
> - *Costa Rica Tarrazu Don Mayo Beneficio <https://goo.gl/Lu2EN3>* - Don
> Mayo Beneficio is one sweet cup, layers of raw cane juice, dark caramel
> sauce, and unrefined sugars, along with raisin, walnut, and berry top
> notes. Heavy chocolate tones with roast development. Good for espresso.
> - *Colombia Honey Process Finca La Bohemia <https://goo.gl/cvdBXX> * -
> Expansive fruited matrix, plum sauce, blackberry wine, strawberry soda,
> date and prune, and much more. A semi-rustic sweetness of molasses builds
> in the base coffee flavor with bittersweetness at the edges. Wild espresso.
> - *Colombia Nariño Veredas Vecinos <https://goo.gl/qh1tXx>* - Vereda
> Vecinos stands out as being overtly fruited ala apple and pear just beyond
> peak ripeness. Call it "winey", but this shows well with stacked caramel
> sweetness, and tart malic impressions. Good for espresso.
> - *Colombia Las Estrellas de Buesaco Microlote <https://goo.gl/WNaiDN>* -
> A competition worthy Colombian coffee, light roasts show a complex array of
> honey drenched beeswax and lilac floral notes, fleshy fruit flavors, apple,
> golden plum, cinnamon stick, and acidity akin to black tea and apple juice.
> - *Brazil Dry Process Serrinha <https://goo.gl/79maV1>* - Serrinha is a
> step above the standard Brazilian cup, in addition to nut and grain notes,
> unrefined sugars, rustic dried fruit, creamy nut, and bittersweet chocolate
> find their place. Good for espresso.
> --
> *Byron Dote*
> Sweet Maria's Coffee Inc.
> www.sweetmarias.com

*Byron Dote*

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