Sweet Bloom Coffee Roasters
Mexico Macario Garcia Oaxaca

Roaster Location: Flag of United States Colorado

4.25(2)

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Roast Level: Light
Bean Source Country: Mexico
Bean Source Region: Oaxaca
Varietal: Caturra
Process: Washed

Reviews(2)

4.25(2)

2 ratings
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Latest Reviews and Tasting Notes

  • Theodore (Ted) Chan, Managing Editor

    1110 roasts rated, avg score of 4.28

    4.50 - Average

    4.50 - Finish

    4.50 - Flavor

    4.50 - Acidity

    4.50 - Balance

    A light roast that doesn't much resemble most Mexicans I've had. Very light, fruity, and tropical. The roaster says guava and I can definitely see that. It's naturally sweet and tart. Unique and tasty.

    I tasted this side-by-side with a Honduras SL28. I'd say this one was more fun and interesting and the Honduras is more the one I'd want to drink a lot of.

    Cupping Method:Blind tasting, Hario v60

  • Victoria S-C

    411 roasts rated, avg score of 4.32

    4.00 - Average

    Not bad but thought it was a bit one note.
    5 months ago · See more from Victoria

More Details

Roast Level: Light
Light roast coffee is a delicately roasted coffee that retains more of the beans' natural flavors and characteristics. Light-roasted coffees have bright acidity, complex fruit, and floral notes. Light roast coffee does not have less caffeine than darker roasts because caffeine levels remain stable during roasting.
Bean Source Country: Mexico
Mexican specialty coffee is marked by its diverse growing regions, rich volcanic soil, and varied microclimates. These coffees often showcase mild acidity, medium body, and a range of flavors, including chocolate, nuts, and subtle fruit notes. Once treated as commodity beans, Mexico's shade-grown Arabica is benefitting from a more nuanced examination of its micro-terrain.
Bean Source Region: Oaxaca
Oaxacan coffee has lush mountains, rugged valleys, and fertile soils with altitudes of up to 2000 MASL. Oaxacan coffee has rich chocolate notes, nutty undertones, and delicate floral nuances, often complemented by subtle smoky or spicy notes.
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