Dark Chiapas is drinkable; but, no aspect jumps out at me - especially in comparison to other FRC single-origin varieties.
The aroma is modest, and, the flavor is elusive. 'Power and complexity'? I couldn't detect either. 'Pleasantly dry, acidy snap'? I drink it black, however I am still in search of any snappiness.
We make it in an automatic drip machine. I've tried various grinds and ratios, but have not discovered a sweet-spot after five attempts. After the last several types we tried all had character, this feels like a bit of a miss.
Again, it's drinkable. There is nothing particularly wrong with it, but unless you're really into Mexican varieties, it offers no reasons to seek it out, either. There are too many other interesting choices at FRC waiting to be tried..... so, go try them.