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Oromo-d

Oromo-d

(08/19/10)
New Ethiopia offering today!

Ethiopia Wet Process Guji Oromo

http://www.coffeeshrub.com/shrub/coffee/ethiopia-wet-process-guji-oromo

"an Ethiopia flavor profile with sweet spice notes, paired with tea, flowers and fruit. I kept my roasts to a fairly tight range of City to City+, since going dark on this coffee seems to obscure it's prime attributes too much. From the dry grounds, jasmine-violet floral scents are clear, as well as ginger, and dark honey. My lightest roasts have a graham cracker wet aroma (nice, but perhaps a bit too light on the roast there). City+ level has even more violet blossoms, more honey sweetness, maple syrup on pancakes, and sweet spice notes of ginger, cinnamon and cardamom. Those spice notes are so clear in the cup; fresh ginger, cardamom pods, cinnamon. Along with a lemony acidity, they are the accent notes."

yep.