I should (you should?) really thank the "Cuba Norte" bar which opened for a time (yes they went belly up) just a couple of doors up the road from our Morrison St shop.
Ah hah, surely they'll be interested in authentic coffee from Cuba? We duly sourced a couple of bags for our "Christmas special", dropped a few hints and ....
Suffice to say we had no intention of keeping the Cuban on as a list coffee originally but...
Who says that the best Carribean coffee comes from Jamaica?
Roasted to just above medium, you still get the characteristics of the coffee, full, smooth with a hint of a sweet woody backnote and then a subtle shove from the roast.
There currently are no "individual" coffees commercially exported from Cuba, so there is very little to say about the origin other than "Cuba".