January 31, 2007

Terroir Coffee - Daterra Espresso

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Terroir coffee is noted for its excellent single origin coffees that are treated to keep their freshness from farm to you by actually vacuum sealing the green coffee at the farm prior to shipment to Terroir Coffee where they were then stored frozen. The result; unmatched freshness and flavor.

I wanted to highlight a special espresso of theirs from Brazil; Daterra North Italian style. The espresso has a lot going for it; a wonderful flavor - rated 92 by CoffeeReview.com, it's Rain Forest Alliance Certified, and it was also the coffee of choice for the World Barista Champ to use as he won in competition. Not bad.

According to the website: "It has a floral baby-breathe, almond aroma. The cup is elegant, smooth, of one piece from first contact to aftertaste. It is honey textured, extra-sweet and lively, chock-full of mellow clean fruit, chocolate, nuts and refined butter-marzipan with a hint of vanilla. Other brewing methods produce a rich very mellow cup with nutty-chocolate flavors."

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Posted by Scott Martin at January 31, 2007 8:15 AM
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