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Country Ecuador   
Type Flavored   (Coffee; Milk Chocolate)
Strain Hybrid   
Source Ecuador   
Flavor Earthen   
Style New School      
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Dancing with the bars on the parallel beans. Most coffee-cacáo combos are death match throw-downs. This showcases a different take & interpretation. More Fred & Ginger, or Nureyev & Fontaine, than ultimate fight octagon, choreographing mocha brulée.
Appearance   3.9 / 5
Color: mud
Surface: swales & bubbles
Temper: oil slick
Snap: sharp crack; ragged cleave
Aroma   6.8 / 10
mocha cork & kaolin clay
Mouthfeel   13.2 / 15
Texture: soft powder & saliva mixes up to...
Melt: ... swollen cream flesh
Flavor   47.8 / 50
unpacks an odd clay -> green coffee bean embedded in dark roasted Milk Choc -> sensational coffee / cocoa hiding & shining each other in phased lunar eclipse reflected by cream -> emerges burnt toffee-> mocha crème brulée
Quality   19.3 / 20
Complete. Heretofore unimagined reserve coupled with gutsy strength. Poise & equilibrium all the way around. Cranked a little sweet, though none of the sugar blast found in its Macadamia bar, & without vanilla (never employed in Caoni's entire line), the clarity of the elements comes true along with skilled handling, especially on the roast which develops cocoa stature to stand-in toe-to-toe with coffee, the pair nimbly shading & shadowing each other in a chiaroscuro with cream. Stunning.

  

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