My latest order arrived today, with the Brazilian Condado Estate being the first thing I wanted to brew up. I do definitely get a vanilla aroma that stands out nicely during the brew and I'm finding it in the cup, but not ahead of the sweet chocolates. It has a nice body and sweetness and would likely pull nicely as espresso, once I let it age a few more days. To me, this and their other offerings are dark(er) roasts done right. No ashiness, still a hint of sparkle and a long finish that is sweet and ever so slightly floral way in the background.
I haven't brewed up the Colombian yet. Might shortly.
This will sound rather odd, but one of the nicest things I noticed about this Condado Estate isn't it's cup notes, but that I can literally lick my lips minutes after sipping it and seem to be struck by a higher degree of sweetness. This is definitely "Crowd Pleaser" coffee.
*Edit: I tried the Colombian. It's lighter bodied, has a bit more roasty phenolics and a touch less sweet. My girlfriend likes it, but I'm not too impressed.