Well I would suggest starting with a more specific description than my quick google found...
"Rich and full aroma. A full smooth espresso thick with ripe fruit and dark cocoa notes finished with a spicy zing. This coffee has full body characteristics highlighted in milk beverages. 100% Arabica blend."
I could pick that apart with what they really mean but that would be a cheap shot. ;)
Do you know much about the coffee? Origin(s), ratio and the roasters reasons that they think this is how it should be?
Without the specifics on the blend and the roast "logic" it would be pretty tricky to talk much about the coffee so you might have to rely on talking about the process more.
Talk about the grind settings, the pour, what you are looking for while it pours and the resulting aromatics this produces in the cup. That will lead into the milk texturing and the reasons that a scalding hot milk will have lost its sweetness.
You wont have too much trouble filling in 8 minutes.