Coffee recommendation for pour over

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CyrusDrMatt

#1: Post by CyrusDrMatt »

Hi, I am looking for some recommendations, would like to try new coffees. I am regular at Intelligentsia and George Howell. My favorite is Ethiopian and Kenya coffees, fruity and berry notes, single origin light roasts.

Tried recently Happy Mug Yirgacheffe which loved. I appreciate any suggestions or recommendation.

Surrata

#2: Post by Surrata »

How much are you willing to spend?

I've really been enjoying Vibrant Coffee Roasters options. Their Edwin Noreña Gold Washed Anaerobic Pink Bourbon has been absolutely phenomenal with fruit juice and hoppiness. Their Ethiopians right now are very bright and fruity.

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Brien

#3: Post by Brien »

I am always a fan of 'support your local roasters'.

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MB

#4: Post by MB »

Little Amps Burundi (non-natural specifically). So nice brewed. Unique in a good way.
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Acavia

#5: Post by Acavia »

Surrata wrote:
I've really been enjoying Vibrant Coffee Roasters options. Their Edwin Noreña Gold Washed Anaerobic Pink Bourbon has been absolutely phenomenal with fruit juice and hoppiness.
Cautiously, I want to warn about this coffee. This is a risky coffee, in my opinion - it is so unique, it will probably be loved or hated with no between.

It tasted just like IPA beer, which is how it was described, but while I found it interesting, I could not drink it more than twice. It is pretty expensive coffee, so I hated wasting it but I threw it away after the second brew.

Many people rave about this coffee, and it is very unique, but I just want to add this because I wish I had read something like this before ordering it.

Acavia

#6: Post by Acavia »

Amaya coffee is comparable to popular specialty roasters, but is great value since its shipping is currently free. Also, since it sells 12 ounces package normally, it is a bit lower priced than all the companies that have gone to 10 ounces in the US. Bags are ~$15 to $23 and have free shipping.

https://amayacoffee.com/

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#7: Post by mkane »

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CyrusDrMatt (original poster)

#8: Post by CyrusDrMatt (original poster) » replying to mkane »

What is the roaster? is it Anaerobic?

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#9: Post by mkane »

just a sec. please

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