KLLR Coffee (Single Origin) Small Batch | Review by Kaplowitz

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KLLR Coffee
Small Batch

ORIGIN: Nemba Station, Kayanza, Burundi
VARIETAL: Arabica; Bourbon

PROCESS: (Gahahe) fully washed
ROAST: Medium
BREW METHOD: Mud coffee

WEBSITE: kllrcoffee.com


Audible wows coming from my mouth: usually a very good thing. Dusty allspice, anise, cardamom -- mulling spices. Thems, in tandem up-top with a candied tropical fruitiness... papaya | mango. The two sets flip flop for the steering but never confuse delineations twixt. Nice fucking sip, all that. Noses all spicy and cocoa earthen.

Slurp is chocolate malt & something like an Oolong tea vibe. This is fun. I mentioned dusty, but let me also mention it's never cloudy. There's a growing then lingering brightness that hits its stride on the [lengthy] finish, somehow it also triggers a nifty savoriness/fattiness. Butter. Very fucking complex.

A 90-100 B 80-89 C 70-79 D 60-69 F 0-59