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This is the Colombia Santa Rita brought to you by Entimos Coffee Roasters. This fully washed coffee was grown by the various small holder producers in the Huila region of Colombia at 1,500 meters above sea level. The coffee is straightforward and balanced with lovely chocolaty body and a pleasant acidity.
This coffee had decent flavor but nothing that really wowed me. Not to mention their logo is not the best. Obviously that has nothing to do with the coffee, it is just nice to include good design. I did appreciate the consistency of flavor however!
This coffee was good, but I found the chocolate notes much too overpowering
Not bad, but was just a very standard cup of coffee, flavor-wise. Hoping for something a little more exciting next!
Very good! Loved the acidity on this one. Only think keeping me from giving it five stars was the way the chocolate and citrus notes felt in that they were a little disjointed rather than being complimentary.
Uffdah. Hard for me to drink. Perhaps just too dark for my preference but doesn't seem to have any of the elements I want in a coffee so I'm not sure why it was selected. I will be surprised if we drink this. What a waste.
I am pretty sure this was just a bad batch and not bean defect. Smokey and burned but still carried acidity. If I had to guess, I'd say they might have gone under a little scorching (wild shot in the dark).
Solid all around - balanced, subtle citrus and acidity, milk chocolate finish
Like the initial taste but after taste is bitter. Wish it had stronger citrus notes.
Great coffee the flavors were great!
I enjoyed this one quite a bit overall; Straight from the chemex it was pleasant enough, but not very exciting... the party started for me once it cooled down a tiny bit and those slightly tart fruit notes hit.
A good overall roast with a rich flavor all it's own
Out of all the Colombian coffees I have tried, this one has been my favorite. Colombian coffees are not my most favorite, but when I am in the mood for one, this coffee has the characteristics I'm looking for!
Pretty good but I'm late on my review of this coffee so...
The first cup had me doubting but I'm glad I gave it another shot.
While I have tried Costa Rican coffees that I like, tasting this coffee seems to confirm my bias towards African coffees, or at the very least, "coffees with the stereotypical flavor profile of a typical African coffee." Although the beans are not too dark, the flavor comes across as a bit too roasty and one dimensional for my preference; it tastes a somewhat flat and grassy. I can't detect any citrus or acidity.
Whereas the Ethiopian had more of the fruity notes I look for, it was so light and subtle that it brewed up almost like a darjeeling tea. Perhaps a happy middle ground would be an African roasted darker than the Ethiopian but lighter than the Colombian. Medium-light, I suppose?
But as I am trying to explore things outside my comfort zone, perhaps there is a non-African, non-South/Central American coffee with an African-esque flavor profile?
A little on the mild side, but an enjoyable cup
Very chocolately, a little dark for me
Perfect balance. Great iced as well.
Overall, I was pleased but not thrilled. It was nice and balanced the first couple times I had it. At that time, it was good but not great. After the first couple days, it seemed to lose a lot of flavor and wasn't super great. Wish it was a little bit more flavorful as a whole.
I thought with this coffee the chocolate notes were very heavy, and the fruitier/berry notes, I prefer, were tougher to taste. Still a great coffee.
Has a level of brightness and fruit that resembles my favorite Ethiopian and other African coffees, but with a richness that those coffees often lack.
The chocolate notes are overbearing and unpleasant; it does do a bit better in a french press than pour over.
This makes a very satisfying cup of coffee, no gimmick, straight-up good coffee. Nothing to dislike here. With that said, I am not opposed to sampling new flavors and enjoy exploring the world of coffees. A friend traveling from Vietnam, gave me some Kopi Luwak coffee, learned about the unusual process it goes through, tried it anyway and loved it. Columbia Santa Rita is a safe bet, and you're right I loved it, Thanks for taking time to guide me on this journey through the world of coffees.
This coffee seemed to have more body than the last one, but like the description says, the flavors were balanced to the point where nothing really stood out. Nice mouth-feel and roast, but maybe a little on the tame side, flavor-wise.