|Farm Mountain Project is located in Uganda, shown by the star.|
I have brewed this batch on my Bodum press pot, which gave an amazing taste experience. I have added about seven grams of coarse coffee at every cup of coffee, in other words the Bodum 8 cups press pot equals seven spoons (56 grams). The flavor of this particular beans was very rich with fruity notes and a had a great depth. The most characteristic flavor of the cup was a nutty flavor, more precisely a taste of hazelnut mixed with some citrusy notes.
The rather darker roast for this beans was brewed on my Francis Francis X1 espresso machine, which was grounded to match the golden rule of espresso shots; 1 oz of espresso at 20-25 sec. I must admit that I thought that I had ruined this batch, but nevertheless the espresso shot was exquisite, not a single flavor of burned coffee, but instead a heavenly taste of amaretto! The shot had a long pleasant aftertaste with dessert notes.
If you seek a green bean with great depth and a sweet aftertaste, this is definitely what you seek. The price is a little high on the one, but I think its worth it. If you what to purchase some to try, click this link; Uganda Bududa AA Farm Mountain.