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Boqueroncito strikes a nice balance between clear sweetness, well-structured top notes, and integrated acidity. The dry grounds are laced with raw honey and powdered ginger, and a delicate note of dried floral and spice comes into play. Adding hot water brings on a smell of maple frosting, extremely sweet, with a cinnamon stick accent. There's a slight floral sugar smell too that comes up off the break and adds complexity to the aroma. City roasts show beautifully, strength in sweetness, with light accents of herb teas, and a white grape juice-like brilliance. A floral note crowns the cup at these lighter roast levels, like the retronasal aspect of raw cane juice, or butterscotch candy. Just beyond this roast level, Boqueroncito opens up to flavors of fruit juice atop a central sweet-to-bitter cocoa powder core. The finish is so sweet, with allusions to fruit leather and raw walnut filling out the aftertaste. This lot of Boqueroncito is a true beauty, with a level of complexity and cleanliness that we look for in top coffees from the region.