Espresso Blend Does Not (Always) Mean Dark-Roasted - Page 3

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Dan Kehn

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For those interested, the follow-on discussion started with this thread on Kona coffees when Marshall Fuss announced the win, which was achieved with coffees that were all picked, processed and roasted in Kona.
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drgary wrote:
7. Learn how to roast yourself to more fully explore the quality varietals that are available.
Hmm. Look what showed up on my countertop! Mention to another coffee lover that you're interested in roasting, and you just might hear something like, "would you like to borrow my old roaster"? I'll try not to hurt myself .... :shock:

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