Cupping 1/11/10

This year is off to a great start and we have been amazingly busy with the passing holidays. This coming year we are going to be trying a lot of new things in Anodyne’s wholesale, and are excited to be roasting some great coffees. Speaking of which here are some coffees we managed to cup today:

Guatemala Huehuetenango Finca El Injerto: Aroma – Mild chocolate, cinnamon, black licorice. Flavor – Sweet berry notes with clemintine citrus while cooling. Mild nut of almond and cashew. Finish – Full slightly juicy body and very clean mouth-feel, a little bit of dryness like a champagne.
This is a great coffee fit for alternative brew methods giving a dynamic experience for the coffee lover.

FTO Sumatra Gayo Mountain Supreme: Aroma – Very floral with rich woody notes. Flavor – Bell pepper, dark chocolate, mushroom, and hints of cooking spices. Finish – Milk like body, very full with a minty/bright finish.
We found this to be one of the best Sumatran coffees that we have had in a while. It really has brewed well in all our different brewing methods as well as just being an outstanding cup.


~ by The Espresso Lounge on January 11, 2010.

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