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  • Writer's pictureNishchay Nath

Nokrek Ranges (Meghalaya) by Corridor Seven Coffee Roasters - 78 points

Review Date: May 2020

Color: 9 / 10

Aroma: 19 / 20

Flavour: 20 / 25

Finish: 12 / 20

Overall Quality: 18 / 25

Total Points: 78 / 100


This coffee starts with a strong woody note with hints of caramel and honey. Sadly, a burnt paper like pungency soon takes over, messing up a beautiful complexity I anticipated in the beginning. Makes you feel like this medium roast is a dark roast. The only saving grace is that this is one of those coffees which starts tasting better as it ages. Slight fruitiness can be sensed at lower temperatures with notes of peach and apricot. But at the end of the day, an undesirable imbalance takes over, especially when it comes to manually brewing it. The gripping steely finish is hard to ignore. This is not a delicate coffee to enjoy.

Best for: Cold brew

Worst for: Pourover

Pro tips:

Age the coffee and use it for making cold brew

Final verdict: Not recommended


Price: Rs 450 for 250g

Roaster: Corridor Seven Coffee Roasters

Roast level: Filter

Type: Blend

Estate Name: Unknown

Altitude: 695 - 750 m

Location: Meghalaya

Processing: Washed

Varietal: SLN.795, SLN.9, Cauvery


Disclaimer: Views are personal. These reviews are based on the 100 point ratings system designed by the author.


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