-Papua New Guinea: From the Chimbu region, from a collective called "Tribal Aromas". Ultra heavy, with notes of tropical stone fruit and a slight smoke aroma. Really great in a small volume drink, although it cuts through 12oz of milk surprisingly well.
-Ethiopia Amaro Gayo: From the Sidamo region. Big blueberry and raspberry body, with notes of meyer lemon. Amazing as a straight shot, and with the aid of milk, tastes like the best mixed berry pie you've ever had.
-Guatemala Hermosa Reserva: From Finca Vista Hermosa, huehuetenango region. Spanky acidity, wild notes of tangerine, milk chocolate, and sweet floral notes. 3 oz americano's of this make me happy.
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