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Thread: Panama Jaramillo

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    Panama Jaramillo

    Gene Cafe Coffee Roaster $850 - Free Beans Free Freight
    ImageUploadedByCoffeeSnobs1390702627.942941.jpg Eight days post roast. Goodness in a cup.
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    This is the best single origin I've had in a long time. It's bright, full bodied and stands up on its own. Yum yum.

    (Wish I could be more descriptive, but basically this is my type of coffee and I usually have to blend to get this).
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    just finished a bag; first roast with it and worked a treat. Super sweet, good mouthfeel, and lingers nicely; will have to try some blended with a good indo, I think...

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    Lovely coffee, just finished off a CS8 and CS10 batch in the past week. Great at both roast depths.

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    shame it sold out so quickly; love this bean! :-)

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    Panama Jaramillo

    I roasted this to just the first snaps of first in my Gene Cafe and dumped into a cooling bucket.

    4 days post roast I cracked the bag as It was either this or the Ethiopian Biftu, and I thought I'd give the Gesha more time.

    Pulled using a triple basket into two flat whites, it was a little overdosed but grind was pretty spot on.

    Nothing like I've tasted in a coffee before, so I'll do my best to describe. I got tobacco, rye bread, and of all things... popcorn!

    I'm sure it's a bit early yet but I'll report back after a bit more resting. A very interesting coffee!

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    Lovely bean this.
    I'm getting some milk arrowroot biscuit, toffee and salted caramel. Great body, very smooth sweet & creamy. Lots of kick through milk.
    Not a lot of interesting fruit/spice/chocolate etc going on as espresso, but just thick and rich goodness. Blending with some sundried something may be my next port of call

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    I Have a bag of this for the central in a kjm blend and some spare



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