You've sold me! Grabbing some!TomC wrote: No, it's rather exemplary. Great acidity and finesse. I'm going to end up with a kilo of it one way or another. Not one to be missed....
Discuss roast levels and profiles for espresso, equipment for roasting coffee.
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90+ has an interesting approach. For consistency, they roast and airmail the samples out.Boldjava wrote:I have 13 samples on the way from Ninety Plus, all Geshas. I will figure out some cupping logistics among our cupping group...
Samples were roasted early Monday and landed on my porch on Wed. I have two sets; one complete set with our strongest cupper, Curly Johnson. We are going to do half on a Google meetup on Sunday (7 days off roast; perfect for a Gesha) and the remainder during the week. Once we compare notes and prices, we'll decide on coffee(s).
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Finally got around to roasting/drinking this one. Fudge Pudding and cream is actually a fair descriptor. I think It's definitely a comfort cup, and will go over big time at work. It should also make a stellar cold brew.CarefreeBuzzBuzz wrote: Patty, what is it about this coffee that you are enjoying.
We like Peru and are enjoying the Peru Fair Trade Organic Communidad Lucmabamba from Sweet Marias. We bought 20 lbs.
What I don't understand about Royal is their terminology - is the viscosity really Fudge Pudding and Cream ? The terminology makes it sound really hard to trust the tasting notes.
Just my humble thoughts......YMMV.