I'm still enjoying a variety of coffees, as always. Today was a mystery bean that I thought was Papua New Guinea, but the sender said that was incorrect. SO another tasting and another guess will be had.
"I have continued my roasting and am currently drinking an Ethiopian Yirgacheffe, yesterday was a blend of Guatemala Finca El Limonar (Huehuetenango region) and Brazil Fazenda Ponto Alegre (blend of natural process and pulped natural process). …"
"Brewed a pot of Rwandan coffee this morning from the small Invozu Cooperative in the Butare region of Rwanda. Smooth coffee with hints of fruits. Moderately acidic, and a consistent medium finish that doesn't linger too long,…"
"Well the diner to whom I supply coffee just changed ownership (original owner was a bad business woman, really too bad), and the new owners haven't committed to continuing to buy my coffee, so hopefully they like it enough to keep…"
"Roasted 50 pounds of coffee last weekend...then roasted 5lbs for myself a couple nights ago...
1: Papua New Guinea, Kimel Estate Peaberry - fruits, herbs, acidity, all wrapped up in a syrupy body. Terrific drip/pourover/frenchpress, but…"
"The last couple days, we've enjoyed vast amounts of a Dry Process Ethiopian Yirgacheffe. An acidic, fruity coffee, with a chocolate base. Great in milk drinks, and great black drip. Makes a great SO Espresso (very finicky though,…"
"A delicious cup of coffee this AM. Brazilian Cup of Excellence #4 (that means fourth best out of 30 for the country in the CoE auction).
Complex, acidity is mod/high, great body, long finish with nuts, wood, hints of chocolates, green apple, and…"
"I have recently upgraded my espresso machine. So, in case anyone is interested...
I have a Gaggia Classic Espresso machine that I have modified with a PID (temperature controller, controls brew and steam temp), and I have upgraded the steam wand.…"
"I had a cup of Ethiopian Yirgacheffe brewed in a Clever Coffee Dripper with a paper filter. Chocolate and floral notes with nice body and long finish...terrific cup of coffee.
Followed up with an Americano made from a double shot of Brazil…"
"I had a delicious espresso this morning...
@Steph - I apologize in advance for being pedantic, but there is no such thing as "espresso coffee" unless, of course, you're simply referring to a coffee intended to be brewed as…"
"Richard - a little ice, cream, and sugar (or splenda) and you got yourself an iced coffee drink.
I've been doing the same with the leftovers from my morning pot. I usually stick to espresso based drinks, but will have one small cup of…"
"Had a nice cup of a Brazilian coffee from the Canaan Estate this morning. It's a dry process coffee, nice acidity, chocolate notes and hints of nuts. Makes a very nice espresso too, but today was a drip coffee day.