This lot from Haricha is from the later harvest and still high scoring, brimming with sweet fruit aroma, and such a juicy cup. The dry grounds have a scent of dehydrated strawberry and cooked stone fruit in lighter roasts, while Full City pull out cocoa and spice accents. The wet aroma is intense, brown sugar and berry jam, apricot fruit leather and a layered berry notes billow up in a sweet smelling steam. The aromatics leave little guess-work as to what's to come in the brewed coffee. City and City+ roasts are packed with fruit flavors - strawberry, tart raspberry, apple, and apricot. There's an acidic brightness in the cup that is nice to see in a dry-process coffee (adds structure to the profile), and highlights elements of grape and dark berry notes. The aftertaste lingers, berry-going-tropical, a complex spectrum of fruit, and even a subtle floral note. Our Full City roast carried a nice chocolate-covered berry flavor, and a strawberry milk note in the finish. The roasted coffee has an even roast color too, not always the case with naturally processed coffees (and very few quakers!). Outstanding brewed coffee that's sure to be a conversation starter.