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Country Colombia   
Type Dark   (70%)
Strain Caucano   (Criollo/Pajarito)
Source Colombia   
Flavor Fruits & Flowers   
Style Mainstream      
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Sweetness
Acidity
Bitterness
Roast
Intensity
Complexity
Structure
Length
Impact
Adult candy parlor
Appearance   4.2 / 5
Color: Stendhal – black ‘n red
Surface: smooth face w/ swirl pools out back
Temper: shined up lustrous
Snap: butter soft; exposes fine-grain sand
Aroma   9.1 / 10
unlike any other & just like the FXs of nitrous oxide (laughing gas): chocolate-chips cookies, custard, marshmallows, & cream cake -> very thin plank underneath (wood leaning to cardboard) for support; delirious
Mouthfeel   12.7 / 15
Texture: similar to its prime flavor – burlesque marshmallow swell... heavy, even, & creamy... never seems to get smaller
Melt: bottomless
Flavor   42.9 / 50
cocoa cream -> maraschino cherry -> early chocolate bang -> coffee plum cake (shades of Felchlin’s Classificado) -> marshmallow-rising, winged by floral dorals (hibiscus on 1 side, narcissus the other)... just breathing down, comes ‘n gets you -> dips out for jolt landing of sizzling gunpowder / iron-walnut on hard grass teeming, then quashed, with microorganisms... explodes unresolved -> coffee-cake w/out fruit ending
Quality   16.4 / 20
Missing deep fathoms of true greatness. Shallow depth & flavors cluster on superficial surface. But what a surface – beyond neon electric flashes, it sparks. Distinct & unique. Tremendous flavor-set goes out of kilter toward end; Santander yet to control bitterness without harming overall profile despite a sound roast, indicating a fair amount of Pajarito genes in the mix.

  

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