Did you all see that Tom posted on some new beans yesterday (http://sweetmarias.com/weblog/)? The one that caught my eye is the Nicaragua
Limoncillo Pacamara Dry-Process - another non-traditional processing of a
Central. Giving how much I LOVE LOVE LOVE the Guat Oriente DP, my Spidey
Sense is tingling about this one. To quote Tom's review,
" It's like the rustic, fruitier sibling to a Gesha coffee. The dry
fragrance is intensely fruited as you might suspect. Don't think Nigaragua,
think Harar. ... The cup is a fruit explosion: papaya in particular. There's
an intense chocolate as well at FC roast, as well as pungent spice in the
finish. There's also quite a bit of fruited brandy flavor, dried apricot.
The acidity is fairly low, but more than you might find in other dry-process
coffees. ... And those who love fruit bomb coffees, intense DP Ethiopia or
Yemen lots, should love this special coffee."
Anyone jump on this one already?
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