A mixture of rustic fruit and nut flavors are central to this dry process coffee in both medium and dark roasts, as well as a layer of bittersweetness that imparts smokey cocoa roast tones.
The aroma straddles a line between sweet and savory, showcasing allusions to cooked berry and Brazil nut. Light and medium roasts push fruit and berry notes to a winey edge, hinting at blackberry wine and berry pulp, while earth-toned cacao underscores the cup profile.
Dry process Brazilian coffees tend to be bodied, and with muted acidity, making them prime candidates for espresso, and this blend is no exception. Espresso shots have a cream and berry flavor (think strawberry Quick), and of course carbonized cocoa roast flavor from front to back.