July’s Angels Cup comes from Wild Gift Coffee Roasters. The beans come from Peru from a region called Chirinos District in Cajamarca Province. I think this is one of the first beans I’m trying that come from Peru.
Opening the bag, I’m greeted with a wonderful aroma of berries and floral scents. Grinding the beans releases a strong caramel and nutty aroma that overpowers any floral and berry scents. Once I make the latte however, there is a balance between the chocolate, caramel and berry flavors. There’s a faint floral taste as well too but it’s really subtle and lingers at the back of the tongue very quickly before it’s gone.
The latte is so smooth though that I tend to drink this really quickly. Every latte I’ve made, I’ve finished within 3-5 minutes after making it. In comparison, I will tend to sip some lattes. I’m not sure what makes certain latte’s sip-able vs drinkable.