Mexico Altura Coatepec
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The nearby mountainous region, however, produces the respected Altura Coatepec named after the town of Coatepec and distinguished for its nutty flavor, light body, and a brightness with chocolaty overtones.
The aroma of this coffee is light and sweet—pretty delicate, too. It has some lovely citrus and floral aromatics (orange blossoms and lemongrass), tied together with berry fruitiness.
The first couple sips are absolutely wonderful. Its flavor starts off with a steady flow of creamy milk chocolate that runs down the middle of the tongue and soothes the back of the throat, like sucking a chocolate milkshake through a straw. Blueberries provide a sweet juiciness that coats the palate like a syrup, while pink lemonade rushes into the sides of the cheeks.
As the cup cools off, it gets a little bit lighter, brighter, and cleaner. The milk chocolate flavor shifts to more of a salted caramel or toffee and orange blossoms and green grapes emerge.
Light body; creamy mouthfeel; citrus acidity; clean finish.
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