The dry fragrance has more than it's share of brown sugar sweetness all the way up to Full City (and probably beyond), along with smells of malt powder, cinnamon bark, and herbal suggestions. The wet crust of City+ roasts have fragrant panela sugar sweetness, more of the malt aspects sensed in the grinds, along with a subtle mixture of fruit and roasted nutty smells. These lighter to middle roasts show a persistent sweetness in the hot cup, with more fruit and nut notes as you progress through the cup. A flavor of raw cane sugar and candied nut emerges as the cup cools, along with faint dried apple chips, and a bittersweet cocoa flavor in the finish. Full City sees an increase in dark chocolate tones as you might expect, and body is big. City+ to Full City is a nice tight roast range for a daily drinking type coffee, and for those who desire a Colombian espresso option go Full City to Full City+: you can expect viscous shots, chocolate syrup and creamy nut tones, and long lasting bittersweetness.