New crop coffee from the up and coming little know Indonesian Island of Flores. From the region Mangarai featuring volcanic soil and natural resources to sustain without disrupting their environment, plentiful water, shade canopy, high elevation, etc.
Acid - 5
Body - 8
Texture - soft, juicy fresh squeezed citrus fruit.
Flavors - At the crust break pine, loam, tinderbox spice, cherry and blackfruit acid with hints of moist tree bark.
When hot sweet caramel, fresh snap peas off the vine, moist soil and bark with mild dark chocolate.
Offhot juicy and mouthwateringly round, the snap pea fades replaced by smooth caramel and dark cocoa in the soft earthy indonesian texture.
Finish of spicy dark chocolate, slightly dry but still round and juicy.

Available both in the cafe and online.

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Comment by Alun Evans on January 7, 2009 at 9:18pm
Hey Scott, great to see your continuing commitment to origins from this part of the world. I have two arabicas from this part of Indonesia (Manggarai as well as another smaller group of growers around Keli Mutu). Nice descriptive cupping notes!
Comment by Matt Milletto on January 7, 2009 at 2:30pm
Very cool, thanks for the info Scott!

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