This organic selection is well balanced with a silky body and bright, dry acidity. It is heavy in spice and savory notes on the front and finishes with notes of flaky pastry and subtle hints of chocolate.
Roast Color: Dark
Cupping Notes: Brown spice, Grain, Dark Chocolate
Story: This coffee is sourced from the region of Cajamarca, from a co-operative established in 1999 that consists of 2,000 coffee farmers. The co-operative believes strongly in investing money and training to improve the quality of the coffee being grown, which, in turn, will increase the farmers earnings.
Probably my single favorite McLaughlin bean/roast. Dark, usually oily, rich aroma, full bodied with no acidity that I can detect. My family's go-to brew.
No-nonsense coffee with a variety of solid tasting notes to make it the go-to blend when one needs to simply enjoy what coffee is all about.
Simply the Best coffee I’ve Ever tasted!
By far and away my very favorite coffee. I've been drinking McLaughlin since 1993 and somehow this coffee escaped me. I just discovered and now I can't get enough!
Very good! And she is from Peru!
This has be a staple in my house for a couple years now. While I get adventurous and explore other flavors, I always grab some bags of Peru.
Smooth but bold with a balanced acidity (no wincing here).