Of the two coffees I ordered from Smelly Cat Coffeehouse & Roastery I found that I preferred the Central American Fusion However, my coffee friend Angie, was all about this one.
The body was heavyish with a nice milder acidity, not as smooth as a low acid Brazillian coffee, but not bitey and harsh.
The aroma was chocolate with some spice and a bit of citrus. The aftertaste lightly lingered and kept the sweetness and acidity on the tongue.
The flavor was smoother, not a bouncy taste. Sweet, richer and citrus. Like cooca dusted oranges with a hint of a lemon. The spicy smell reminded me of black tea in the cup.
It got sweeter as it cooled but lost some of the spiciness.
I brewed mine in the bee house, Angie used a traditional drip coffee maker. She really loved this one. I'm going to have to order her a bag of their newer Ethiopian when I get a chance.