24 Apr '16, 7pm

Mexico Finca Nueva Esperanza

Mexico Finca Nueva Esperanza

I tried this coffee today (April 23, 2016) made via a French press, prepared by Starbucks Coffee Master Megan G., who is a partner at the East Olive Way Starbucks. We both thoroughly enjoyed this coffee. Just as an aside, I was chatting about this coffee to one of the roasters at the Roastery who mentioned to me, “Coffees from Mexico tend to be so under-rated!” I think that’s true. This coffee has almost a cocoa, nutty aroma, but the flavor profile was very lemony. It’s a medium to light weight body in the mouth, with a lot of acidity. It almost sparkles! One of the Starbucks tasting notes is almond, but neither Megan nor I picked up on a lot of almond. The Mexico Finca Nueva Esperanza reminded me of a very sophisticated Breakfast Blend type coffee. Would be a great cup of coffee to wake up with in the morning! The varietals making up this coffee are Typica, red and yellow...

Full article: http://starbucksmelody.com/2016/04/24/mexico-finca-nueva-...

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