Land and Water Discovery Espresso - O U T S T A N D I N G

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cafeIKE
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#1: Post by cafeIKE »

Land and Water Discovery Espresso
Tasting Notes: Candied Orange, Caramel, Bright, Milk Chocolate
Roast Level: Medium
Origins: Africa + Central America
Seasonal Blend: 50% Zambia + 50% Honduras

1 week post roast,16.7g, IMS double basket, ≈195°F, 8.5bar, 30sd1*, ≈32g, cool about 1 minute
[WDT not mandatory, but improves consistency]

This coffee is o u t s t a n d i n g.
Perhaps the best commercial medium roast in recent memory!

* from 1st drop

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sweaner
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#2: Post by sweaner »

There you go, costing me another $50 again!!
Scott
LMWDP #248

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#3: Post by TomC »

5 pounds, delivered just now, roasted yesterday.
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sweaner
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#4: Post by sweaner »

I got my order 3 days post-roast, in Philly.

Tried the espresso blend today, it is excellent!
Scott
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day

#5: Post by day »

Anymore feedback? Trying to decide if I should also add on an Ethiopian or not, but if I do I would get the 5lbs because I always do that...so anymore feedback would be appreciated. Anyone get a different coffee from them?
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#6: Post by TomC » replying to day »

It seems very temp sensitive. I haven't fully explored it, but I do agree that it pulls well cooler. I've enjoyed it straight and in milk. The lingering finish is spot-on chocolate coated orange.
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