Coffee Reviews

Abide Coffee Roasters - Honduras Pacavita (Organic)

Coffee Origin:
Honduras, Pacavita

Coffee Species
Arabica

Coffee Varietal
Caturra, Catuai, Parainema, Lempira, IHCAFE 90 

Coffee Elevation
1100 - 1850M

Coffee Farm/ Producers
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Coffee Roasting Date, Roaster
Abide Coffee Roasters - 5/4/17

Coffee Processing
Wet Mill, Sundried

 

 

The beans have the fragrance of roasted cocoa nib, dark cherry, camomile, black tea, bergamot, crimson raisin, cream, dill, calamondin zest, cedar, and green papaya

The grounds have a fragrance of musk, soursop, delicate note of jasmine, Dutch process cocoa powder, celery seed, crimson raisin, dried yellow cherry, carob and oak

 

CUPPING

 

 

The aroma of this coffee is of liquid smoke, bittersweet cocoa, carob, raisin, jujube, tamarind, baked dark cherry, calamondin, hickory, black tea, and molasses

 

This is a heavy body coffee that is thick and chewy with a velvety creamy texture that is smooth

 

This is a medium acidity that has a lingering dry forward with an astringent crisp unbalanced complexity developing later in the cup

 

The flavor is of dark cheery, molasses, black cardamom, damp soil, black lemon, cranberry, bittersweet cocoa, cedar, green papaya, crimson raisin, dried goji,black grape, tomato, plum, wheat germ, and black cardamom

As it cools the coco flavor develops into a dutch process cocoa powder along with notes of yellow nectarine and grilled dried apricot finishing in a tart lemon drop taste