Barefoot coffee recently sent in two of their new coffees for BriarPatch's sampling pleasure. Hopefully, they'll be on the coffee bar really soon because these two Guatemalan options are dynamite!
Variety numero uno was Palo Blanco. Anise, milk chocolate, carnations, and a tease of sweet alfalfa on the nose were followed by the smooth and balanced flavors of navel oranges, bananas, and milk chocolate with a finish of dried mangoes.
The next cup, Edlyna, was also gorgeously balanced. Gingerbread, vanilla, leather, and peaches were chased by flavors of bing cherries, dried pineapple slices, and a dark chocolate finish.
I would be happy to spend all day drinking either of these coffees. They were both yummilicious!
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