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There were three samples. The first was not a bad coffee, just one with an extremely common flavor profile. I can get something equivalent from pretty much anybody selling coffee from that country. The second had quite a few red flags that warn me away from it. It's the sort of coffee that less experienced tasters might think are really good when evaluating a sample but then discover it's kind of nasty in production. The third one lacked dry fragrance, but everything else was fantastic.

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