This is the Organic Nicaragua Jinotega Paraiso brought to you by Centri Coffee. This Full Natural coffee was grown by Juan de Dios Castillo and Miriam Aruaz at Paraiso Farms in the Jinotega region of Nicaragua between 1150 and 1500 meters above sea level.
Caturra, Catuaí, Bourbon, Catimor, Maragogype
Juan de Dios Castillo and Miriam Aruaz, Paraiso Farms
Sweet and fruity. Brewed as both drip (v60) and espresso (flair). Espresso was better.
Delicious. Brewing both in Chemex and V60. Little bit better suited to the chemex and a larger grind, I think, but love the fruit/berry notes.
Smells like strawberries while grinding. Doesn't taste as fruity as it smells. Great job.
Too acidic for my liking.
Pleasant flavor hot or iced, nothing too striking about it but definitely not offending, Didn't really get too much of the berry/honey notes, also what does juicy coffee mean?
Don't care for the smell or after taste.
Delicious and chocolatey!
Nice light coffee with a clean, not bitter finish. Very clear and distinctive strawberry tone, which was interesting.
Notes of strawberry explode upon first opening. This is a perfect summertime coffee, brewed hot in the morning and cold in the afternoon. 12/10 would recommend.
Beautiful subtle flavors that work together as a gentle symphony to entertain my taste buds.
The bag mentions strawberry and caramel notes, and immediately after opening, the beans had a nice strawberry aroma right up front. Brewed, it's bright and creamy, and retains that berry profile you catch in the aroma. I did also get a hint of caramel coming through here and there. If that's what you're looking for in a cup of coffee, this could be a real winner.
Even in the pour over, this was just dark and overbearing. Muddy, felt more like a medium-dark roast
Loving the vibrancy of this coffee. Exactly the kind of thing I’m looking for.
Distinctive, excellent cup
Really bright and fruity, especially the smell.
nice grind 2
That's what I'm talking about, smooth and delicious. The best one yet!