This is a coffee that we like to show people who think that light roasted single-origins are the only way to go if you're looking for quality. The flavors in this cup could not exist together were it not for blending, nor could they exist without the deep caramelization of sugars that occurs as a coffee in the roaster approaches second crack. The rich earthiness of Sumatra melds with the sweet bright berry notes of unwashed Ethiopia, taken to a full and robust roast that's dark without being burnt. A dark roasted Bolivia is blended to unite it all with a rich, creamy body and a hint of chocolate that weaves throughout, resolving in a long and lingering sugary aftertaste. It's rich, it's unique, it's complex.
Roasting Notes - Larry's Beans