Green Coffee Exchange - Page 19

Discuss roast levels and profiles for espresso, equipment for roasting coffee.
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#181: Post by pcofftenyo »

wingnutsglory wrote:Thanks for all those. Strangely, I've tried each one previously (albeit from prior years) and found most falling short of the descriptions/expectations. It may very well have been 100% on my methods/equipment/abilities at the time, a subpar lot, or something else, but most of them gave me less than expected. Bombe was one of the exceptions, and I found some solid berry there but it was hard to repeat and only lasted a couple of days. One great except lately has been the Yirg. Mufinga that Sweet Maria's now sold out of. I probably should go back and try some of those others now.
I've learned to think of cupping note production as such: like the men's tennis rankings. Even in the top 50 its been a precipitous down slope in ability from the top 2-4 to 6-10. Those folks at the top of the importing game are cupping scores of coffee's sometimes daily for days/weeks on end with other experienced cuppers. Highly refined palates with mine nowhere close. Sometimes I think they may shill a bit to sell, but I can't honestly conclude that's the case in most instances.

Then there's my roasting ability...

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#182: Post by wingnutsglory »

Good comments. Case in point: I've again confirmed the same of Ethiopia Hamasho Natural Grade 1. I got some in last week and the first roast was in line with my previous comments: I just don't get the results that others have. I have no clue what's going on. It's not bad but nowhere near something like the Mangesha Farm, where my results are very much in line with others'.

Anyway, I'll stop focusing on the wrong thing in this thread and return to my comments about splitting a Crown Jewel. I'm still looking but won't be jumping on any current offering yet.

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#183: Post by Boldjava »

Sold out

Crown Jewel Colombia Circasia Edwin Noreña Double Carbonic Galaxy Hops Mossto Fermented Honey Gesha.

4-lb packs being offered. Fermented with the juice from red cherry crushing process (mossto).

"...this coffee is bombastic. It's a floral-forward brew that leans heavily on lavender, rose, hibiscus, and other perfumy bouquets that exude extravagance...long on flavor and light on subtlety, this gaudy coffee is unconventional and unequivocally head-turning."

I am not big on honey but when it comes to a wild sounding Gesha, I am all in. This will be our Holiday Coffee this year. The florals seem predominant in the cup (see word occurrence graph). Love lavenders in a Gesha. https://royalcoffee.com/product/3427097 ... 045de57c23

4-lb packs. $84/shipped USPS padded flat rates.

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#184: Post by Royal Coffee »

I will tell you from first-hand experience that it really is hoppy! One of the most interesting coffees I've tasted, no qualifiers needed.
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#185: Post by sixysixss »

Too bad I missed this one. If anyone is interested in splitting a box, let me know.

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#186: Post by genecounts »

Same here Rob! Would love to split with someone

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#187: Post by pcofftenyo »

I'll be interested to hear how hoppy and lavender mix. Sounds...interesting.

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#188: Post by akirapuff »

Im interested in split.

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#189: Post by Boldjava »

Taking orders, multiples of 5, 10, etc. $6.75-$7.00 /lb (working from memory; will get quote Monday). Will work based on commitment order. Send me a direct message.

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Country: Ecuador
Farm: Finca Terrazas del Pisque/Microlot/Pichincha region
Date: Jan 7, 2023
Evaluator: Dave
Elevation: 2100 meters, Apr-Nov harvest
Variety: Bourbon
Process: Washed
Days Rest? 1 and 2
Level roast: pulled at 2:00 min post 1st crack
Prep: pourover/Kone

Comments:
1. Dry fragrance/Wet aroma: Dry: Caramel, white pepper. Wet: herbaceous
2. Brightness/acidity: citric, supports cup
3. Flavor/depth/nuances - Oranges, brown sugar, vanilla. Straightforward cup.
4. Body/mouthfeel: soft, silky
5. Finish/aftertaste: clean, oranges, cocoa

Comments: Extremely clean coffee, pronounced sweetness and softness, smooth, invites second cup. Crowd pleaser.

Thumbs up? Definitely

Grade: 87.5

Grading system:
88 and above: Superb coffee
87: Outstanding coffee
86.5: Buy range, distribution worthy
86.0: If I needed the origin, I would buy it
85.0: Missing an element

Available: 55 lbs, if committed, in multiples of 5 lbs. Send DM w/firm commitment.

Buyers:
Grayson
Yakster by the Sea
Make
Sixysixss
Lambretta58


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#190: Post by mkane »

I'm in for 10#, please. Something about BBC code that won't let a pm get through.