Searching a origin coffee has been an obsession on mine and my brother as part of our coffee journey. Ever since Ive managed to roast Rwanda coffee, the aroma still lingers in my mind and heart of my fellow coffee lover. A freshly roasted light medium Ethiopia as a starter has been a fun experience to me. Alot of cafe that i've visted tends not giving a proper respect to this region. Often time i was giving either expired ethiopia or several months old coffee. Such pronounce floral fragrance, soft fruity berry with clean /dry finishing. It a worthy of its region and price.
Honduras region is something i am looking forward to sample because of it low availability. Roasting this coffee gave a such deep woodsy/earthy aroma that pique my interest even further. Plus with price is fairly reasonable this is an under rated coffee. While aroma is nutty woody creamy, it has a quite a middle note in terms of sweet acidity similar to a calamensi ( limau kasturi ) / or plum as suggested and slight note of almond nutty taste. In terms finishing, it linger in the mouth give a fading medium mouthfeel and nutty/woody after taste. I highly recommend to drink it with fresh milk , excellent for espresso but must not roast it to medium dark. Definitely worth to buy.