Is aftertaste normal with espresso? - Page 2

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Jeff
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#11: Post by Jeff »

Or the coffee and its roast. Sometimes it's the raw materials. Great technique can only hide the defects so much while striving to bring out the best.

It took me a decade to realize and then admit that!

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Randy G.

#12: Post by Randy G. »

Espresso is a great tool to assist in learning how to taste. Start by paying attention to the start, the middle, and the finish. Dividing it mentally that way will get you started. I remember a really great shot that had an amazing finish that lasted many minutes. In 2006 (15 years ago!) I wrote this article: "A Beginners' Guide to Tasting Espresso." I had forgotten all about it until I read your post.
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#13: Post by Ken5 (original poster) »

Just noticed your post Randy. Will keep your article in mind next shot!

Thanks

Ken