What's wrong with Peet's! - Page 2

Discuss flavors, brew temperatures, blending, and cupping notes.
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#11: Post by Jeff »

If you enjoy dark roasts, Saka has quite a following here as a traditional, Italian espresso.

The taste profile may be a bit different as Peet's isn't clear as to which "indo-pacific" coffee is in their blends. Classic Italian espresso usually includes robusta coffee, which usually has a richer body and distinctive flavor. Some of the top roasters provide several blends with varying levels of robusta to accommodate varying tastes.

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The best of the Italian roasters are able to provide a product that lasts a long time on the shelf. "Within a month of roast" is very fresh for these coffees, with some going out six months, a year, or more. Once opened, they should be cared for like other coffees and used promptly.


#12: Post by Pressino »

Milligan wrote:He did note that other coffees work fine.
I missed that. Sorry... :oops:

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#13: Post by mkane »

Buy from Peerless in Oakland.

Never mind you're not from here.