Playing favorites is so hard to do... We have a Sumatra, Aceh Gold, which presents some of the best characteristics of any indo I've tasted. Cedar and Bergamot acidity, Chocolate in the body and and an extremely long, winey finish. Also a favorite of mine has been the 08 crop of Kenya from the Rungeto Coop (Kirinyaga), Carmel and Maple Syrup, plum tomatoes and a whole new meaning of "dances on your tongue". As far as Latins go, I'm really excited about our Guatemala from the Asobagri Coop (HueHue), White and Black Pepper up front and a soft brown sugar finish. All wonderful coffees, favorites of the day. I also just had the privilege of tasting Intelli's Hacienda La Esmeralda Geisha, I blogged about it here: http://banditthebarista.blogspot.com/ Phenomenal coffee, not sure it's worth the price point, but fun to try.