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Many associate Rosetta Roastery with their progressively roasted coffees with flavours that appear on the more eclectic quadrants of the flavour wheel accompanied by lighter bodies and vibrant acidities. Despite that reputation, they also have an impressive knack for finding a coffee to include in each season's offering that even the most classic coffee palates can't help but enjoy. This spring that coffee is definitely Peru Nueva Florida.
We don't get to taste a lot of Peruvian coffees here in South Africa. It is after all an "up and coming" coffee producer, but one only needs to take a couple of sips of this single origin to see that it does an impressive job of providing that delicious, classic Latin American profile that many seek from more established producing countries like Colombia, Costa Rica or even Brazil.
In the cup, this coffee is all sweetness and balance. It has something for everyone, with its subtle hints of stone fruit, and a wonderful syrupy honey-like sweetness. There are some subtle nutty notes to enjoy as well, and the overall profile is just incredibly pleasant. We'd highly recommend you enjoy this coffee in any way you can, but particularly in pour-overs and espressos (Rosetta's own weapons of choice).
He wasn’t about to let toffee-nosed Nurse Ratched ruin his World Series. He’d have his sweet victory even if he had to conjure it himself. The wooden bench - an almond skin brown - was the stage from which he’d deliver his charade. The boys were none too bright, but that didn’t stop them going nuts over his performance.
Nueva Florida is neither fruity, nor acidic. The flavour and aromas compounds that produce this profile are a little more resilient than their floral and citrus counterparts. With this in mind, we felt a little freer to develop the coffee more in the roaster, bolstering the richer caramel elements. The end result is a lower toned fairly sweet coffee.
- Altitude: 1750m ASL
- Processing: Washed
- Certification: Conventional
- Variety: Typica, Caturra, Pache
- Region: Junin
- Country: Peru
- Producers: The Ramos Coillar Family