Adsense

Info Details
Country France   
Type Brut   (75%)
Strain Hybrid   (moderate Nacional)
Source Ecuador   
Flavor Earthen   
Style Rustic      
lo
med
hi
CQ
Sweetness
Acidity
Bitterness
Roast
Intensity
Complexity
Structure
Length
Impact
Pro-porn pyro; for very mature audiences who enjoy tasting senior beauty well after deflowering.
Appearance   5 / 5
Color: saturated brown / shadowy purple inlay
Surface: great; minor grease pixals on the back
Temper: rearview mirror material
Snap: crisp, exposing rough hewn brick
Aroma   6.4 / 10
deep cast but closed: dried vines, brambles, creosote, leaves; liner notes read “flowers” & “perfume” but actually closer to flax & petrol; time & aeration opens up more common Arriba honey ramiflora - though still stifled
Mouthfeel   11.3 / 15
Texture: somewhat dry, pasty, & heavy
Melt: coaxing along then leaves astringent
Flavor   40.3 / 50
cocoa wolfpack storms the gates -> then quickly manuka honey catches stone wrapped in bitter walnut shell -> briefly ramiflorous (predominantly the branch part of it) -> citronella because things get buggy & moth-like, setting-up introgression of later organisms but 1st -> abbamele, that ‘must’ of molasses, honeycomb, coffee & caramel which forms a forest floor for those dogs now-turned traversing horny hedgehogs nibbling right thru alluvial soils, burrowing for earthworms & berries beneath the undergrowth (taste of elderberry; astringency & bitterness of chokeberry), find pomegranate instead & molest it like she’s Persephone herself -> goes to bed on coffee & tobacco
Quality   17.1 / 20
Bold constancy underlying flavor-progression thanks to Bonnat’s firm trademark roast, creating a 'stone-ground' feature becoming more vogue among artisan labels working Nacional. Otherwise, well tailored mass-butter-sugar ratio.

  

Signup for our free Newsletter

Signup for our free Newsletter

Join our mailing list to receive the latest news and updates from the C-spot.

You have Successfully Subscribed!

Pin It on Pinterest