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  • Brazil Dry Process Fazenda Campos Altos: Fruited notes are somewhat edgy, but with convincing sweetness underneath -overripe berry, dried prune, dark baking chocolate, roasted nut, and creamy body. City+ to Full City+. Good for espresso.

  • Sweet Maria's New Classic Espresso: A classic, balanced espresso, but without the baggage of the old world espresso conventions ...and without robusta! The espresso has balanced bittersweet notes, thick and opaque body, almond and chocolate roast flavors, hints of peach tea, spice, jasmine.

  • Ethiopia Dry Process Guji Shakiso Hambela Dabaye: Fruit flavors are juicy and clean, strawberry jam and berry-like brightness illuminate the cup, hints of sweet citrus, peach puree and tart acidic impression. City to Full City.

  • Ethiopia Agaro Duromina Coop Lot 17: Duromina has intense cup flavors, nectarine, peach skin, herbal rue and orange marmalade notes are attention grabbing. Deeper roasts pull out cacao bittersweetness and rustic dried stone fruit. City to Full City. Good for espresso.

  • El Salvador Honey Process Finca El Naranjo: Honey sweetness accented by dried cherry, pomegranate and cranberry notes, and tannic acidity and mouthfeel. Darker roasts show cocoa bittersweetness, and softer fruit characteristics. City to Full City.

  • Ethiopia Dry Process Kayon Mountain Taaroo: Such a clean and complex DP cup, notes of fresh and dried fruits, baking spices, blueberry hard candy, mixed berry jam and stunning floral aroma. A standout pour over brew. City to City+.

  • El Salvador La Esperanza "H1" Cultivar: La Esperanza is a fairly delicate, nuanced El Salvador. Toffee/caramel sweetness, roasted barley green tea, lemony acidity, light body, clean mouthfeel. City to Full City.


(generated with:)

$ jq < order.js -r '" * [" + .Title + "](" + .URL + "): " + .Overview + "\n"' |
  fmt -t |
  perl -pe 's/^(\S)/   $1/'
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