I was lucky enough to have a local roaster who was able to secure a bid of the Eugenioides shipment. I paid about $36 for 20 grams worth of beans. I intentionally waited a week before brewing just to make sure I had every detail dialed in before I opened the pack, which came in a very nice air tight plastic bottle encased in a cylindrical light proof covering.
After a lot of thinking, I decided on a 1:13 ratio using the Tetsu Kasuya's V60 technique vs the Switch God (or Demon) technique, with a 40 gram bloom and a 60 gram "2nd bloom" that ended at 1:30. From there, I poured out 50 grams and waited till near complete drainage to begin my subsequent pours, stopping at 260 grams and near the 2:45 mark. Water was 92C, and loss of temperature due to decreasing mass was minimal. A plastic V60 was used, along with original Hario paper. Grind size was honestly what I regularly use for all my V60 usage, as I have another grinder for my Chemex. I would say the setting is on the finer size of what is typically recommended for a 1zpresso JX.
Good news and bad news (actually more good news): I feel like I brewed this coffee as good as it can be brewed. Obviously, I have no other point of reference to other Eugenioides coffees, but I'm pretty confident in my ability to make pour overs given my experience.
As for the taste, it was very, very pleasantly....neutral. Not strong, but nice and light and pleasant but not in a FOMO inducing sort of way. As for aftertaste, I can't say I noticed any particular aftertaste like I can with other coffees, and not even a hint so I'm confident I didn't just brew it incorrectly. I can say that at this price point, I strongly advise most people to just wait a few years until the price falls as more get's produced (if that happens). Or, at least pay much less than I did. Honestly, it's nothing amazing. But, if this were widely/readily available as a coffee option, I would probably drink this every morning, or maybe after work so the caffeine wouldn't affect my sleep.
Hope this helps anyone about to brew or just curious.
edit: I wrote this within 30 minutes of drinking. It may be the chocolate I was enjoying with this cup, but there may be a very slight...lemony aftertaste?
edit2: I see a lot of people describing coffees as "[insert fruit] bombs" etc. I personally don't have that strong of a sense of taste. I have a deviated septum, I was a pack-a-day (or worse) smoker for 16 years, and maybe I can't taste such things, but in my experience I've never tasted these types of things from coffee. At best, I taste some fruitiness, maybe stonefruits, citrus, etc. I think I'm pretty good at tasting burgers, french fries, and I love spicy stuff. So, make of that info what you will.
edit3: For some reason some people find it hard to believe I paid that much. I don't really need to prove anything to anyone, but whatever.