This outstanding organic coffee starts with a sweet, fruity, floral smell combined with some dustiness. The cup is balanced with a slight tilt toward the acidic, which fades fast. The flavors are big with loads of dark, dark chocolate and bright cherries mixed with a fruit flavor that comes from the tropics – perhaps mango. There are also subtle, delicate floral tones that sneak in. The mouth feel is thick and viscous and provides a nice juiciness. The finish is super clean with slight fruits, dark chocolate, and slight caramel and dulce-de-leche notes. A superb Indonesian.
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This superb Indonesian seems to evoke the rainforest. The fragrance begins with clean, semi-sweet and rather earthy notes. In the cup, the body is big with a smooth, syrupy mouthfeel. The flavors start with a vegetal, earthy woodiness combined with a touch of fruit. The lack of acidity plus a hint of sweetness makes for a very smooth finish. The final reward is unmistakable chocolate. In fact, as this cools, it is one of the most distinctly chocolate tasting coffees we’ve encountered.
This is big bean coffee, both in terms of looks and flavors! It starts with a sweet, dark-bitter smell with really pronounced organic-earthy aromas. Some unusual notes include scalloped potatoes and sweet onions with a hint of freshly mulched flower bed. The mouthfeel stands out as very thick, deep, and rich and continues through with big body. The flavors include some slight fruit notes such as black cherry and fig – think about the sweet earthiness ones gets from dried fruit. There are clear wood tones like cedar wood mixed with nuts, and dark, dark baker’s chocolate. This cup is well balanced and finishes smoky-peppery and dry, and has practically no acidity. A really superb coffee.
Peregrine Coffee is absolutely thrilled to offer our first Farm Direct bean. After a few conversations with Roger Rittenhouse at Moki’s Farm in Hawaii, we will be bringing in small lots of this superb micro-lot coffee, direct from the farm.
This coffee starts out with sweet and savory smells. Evokes a cold winter’s day late afternoon lunch of beef barley soup and cherry jam on pumpernickel toast. There are waves of flavor, including fruit and dark, bittersweet tones, with a slight black peppery edge. Reads like a Rhône. Very nice mouthfeel, almost velvety, and the finish introduces burnt raisin, with slight nuttiness, and a hint of currants. There is acidity present, but not center stage – quite dry on the finish. A superb coffee.