Papua New Guinea Home Roasted Coffee REVIEW! [2018]

Today I taste and review Papua New Guinea Kainantu Sero Lot 2: https://www.sweetmarias.com

Cupping notes:
This most recent arrival of Kainantu Sero has complex layers of sugars and fruited sweetness, a bit more on the tropical side than our previous lot, and also finishes clean. A strong scent of unrefined sugars like brown rice and palm sugar comes through at City roast level, along with dried tropical fruits, and an herbal hint.. City+ roasts shine a light on Sero’s fruited side, bringing about dark berry elements, and tropical fruit accents, like dried pineapple, papaya, and event a wisp of coconut pulp. Cardamom spice accents the cooling cup, and the finish is marked by notes of coconut water, cacao nibs, and a green herbal flavor that reminds me of Thai basil. Brewing will yield a thick-bodied coffee, and I would stick close to the middle roast levels, not wavering too far in either direction from the City+ range in order to capture this coffee’s full sweetness potential, without obscuring complex top notes.

This most recent arrival of Kainantu Sero has complex layers of sugars and fruited sweetness, a bit more on the tropical side than our previous lot, and also finishes clean. A strong scent of unrefined sugars like brown rice and palm sugar comes through at City roast level, along with dried tropical fruits, and an herbal hint.. City+ roasts shine a light on Sero’s fruited side, bringing about dark berry elements, and tropical fruit accents, like dried pineapple, papaya, and event a wisp of coconut pulp. Cardamom spice accents the cooling cup, and the finish is marked by notes of coconut water, cacao nibs, and a green herbal flavor that reminds me of Thai basil. Brewing will yield a thick-bodied coffee, and I would stick close to the middle roast levels, not wavering too far in either direction from the City+ range in order to capture this coffee’s full sweetness potential, without obscuring complex top notes.

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