This lot from Lentago Farm shows a mulling-spice tea element, the dry fragrance giving off a scent of apple tea with cinnamon sticks and allspice berries. Our City roasts also had a touch of sweet-green herb and aromatic cedar too, perhaps a shade lighter than my preferred cup. The wet aroma at City+ has a smell of oatmeal with brown sugar, warming spice, and a dark cocoa. The cup has a nice base-sweetness of caramelizing sugars, the sort of smokey-sweetness found when fresh caramelizing sugar in a pan. Body is medium to light, and the tea-like brightness adds a refreshing quality to the cup. No surprise the flavor profile widens as the cup cools, and tart berry and apple juice flavors emerge, along with a nice vanilla-caramel and spiced cocoa in the finish. Darker roasts develop pungent raw sugar notes followed by bittering 'nibs' flavor in the finish.