Crecencio, Honduras from Per Nordby, Gothenborg

Silky, milky, juicy. Soft, tender smooth mouth. Light hints of blueberry and vanilla, some almonds and some tangerine. Enjoyable but not overexciting.

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Microlot Roland Melghem, Honduras (Espresso) from quijote Kaffeerösterei, Hamburg

Christmas sweets season in supermarkets already started and shelves are filled with Lebkuchen and marzipan goodness. And there is one kind of Lübeck’s famous marzipan with a yellow wrapping and ananas flavor. And that is what this microliter coffee tastes like. Yummy but not for everyday and probably not for everyone.

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Comsa Bio, Honduras from Nord Coast Coffee Roastery, Hamburg

„Beware, it’s a rather traditional darker roast.“ I’ve been warned and bought regardless. For sure it is rather nutty, chocolatey experience (think Manner wafers) but pretty fine. Some very light clove notes, a full round body and a pleasent finish. It’s far away from being burned but however a little to dark for what I […]

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Blend 2.4 (Espresso) by Black Delight, Hamburg

   I don’t want any darker roasted beans in my grinder. This blend is definitely on the edge of the color scale. It’s not as dark as Italian roasts and still got a big of fruity flavor and acidity. This blend did a good job for my weekly latte and an occasional espresso ones ore […]

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