The data you are about to explore is not a work of fiction.
The data in the visualization that follows derives from a May 2014 Thrillist article, in which the foodie newsletter asked Lorenzo Perkins, an executive council member of the Barista Guild of America and certified coffee instructor at Cuvée Coffee to do a "cupping" — a rigorous coffee tasting, often used for quality control or judging coffee roasting contests — of five brands of grocery-store coffee, the kind that comes in a steel can.
What follows are Perkins' unedited tasting notes.
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