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Re: Archive of past offerings?

... spice, muscovado sugar, and floral aromatics highlight this Burundi cup. Such a refined cup profile with pointed finish. Incredible espresso. Colombia Anzá de Antioquia - Guintar - Fresh fruit flavors: mango, passionfruit, wine grapes, ripe fig. Bold, moderate citric-like acidity, and brisk ...
by CucamongaDan
Mon Jul 18, 2016 6:17 am
 
Forum: Choosing Coffees, Cupping, Coffee Reviews, Coffee Storage
Topic: Archive of past offerings?
Replies: 17
Views: 2248

Commercial coffee might be 9 years old

... old coffees that have been sitting around for years that are going out the door,” said Edgar Cordero, senior adviser on global strategy for the Colombian Coffee Federation, an industry group.
by Jubal_Harshaw
Wed Jun 15, 2016 12:44 pm
 
Forum: Choosing Coffees, Cupping, Coffee Reviews, Coffee Storage
Topic: Commercial coffee might be 9 years old
Replies: 1
Views: 254

Re: Extra Time in Manual Mode?

... to discover what works well for your beans and your taste. I generally only push the temperature rise before first crack on Central American and Colombian beans. By doing this, I can get close to the 20% to 25% "development time ratio" that Scott Rao recommends in his book The Coffee ...
by DonR
Thu Jun 09, 2016 7:18 am
 
Forum: Using Drum Roasters
Topic: Extra Time in Manual Mode?
Replies: 6
Views: 560

Re: Sorting the bad greens from good..

... find the cup was basically consistent with the sorted coffee, but in the finish there was a kinda hard or woody aftertaste. Dan and I sorted out a Colombia that was a bit problematic and had some full brownish/part blackish beans (much worse than your image). On cupping it we totally tasted the ...
by Sweet Maria's
Mon Mar 14, 2016 9:59 am
 
Forum: Choosing Coffees, Cupping, Coffee Reviews, Coffee Storage
Topic: Sorting the bad greens from good..
Replies: 3
Views: 775

Re: Idido deja vu after a fashion

... the list during the December die-off, when so many good coffees went extinct at the hands of so many seasonal shoppers. 1323: Palmira Palacios -- Colombia? Listing says it's Guatemala Proyecto Xinabajul -Libertad Selvin, added in mid-Sep but it must have been a small lot as it was gone a month ...
by martin
Tue Feb 16, 2016 7:59 pm
 
Forum: Choosing Coffees, Cupping, Coffee Reviews, Coffee Storage
Topic: Idido deja vu after a fashion
Replies: 12
Views: 1326

Re: Idido deja vu after a fashion

... La Libertad More info is needed for several items. 1194: unknown 1322: possibly Guatemala Cuilco -Finca El Regalito 1323: Palmira Palacios -- Colombia? 1345: Ethiopia? Reads like a Yirg Guatemala Cuilco -Finca El Regalito is a special case, sold out, a few pounds sitting on my shelf. It's ...
by el grano viejo
Mon Feb 15, 2016 8:51 am
 
Forum: Choosing Coffees, Cupping, Coffee Reviews, Coffee Storage
Topic: Idido deja vu after a fashion
Replies: 12
Views: 1326

Re: Colombia Organic Planadas Montalvo

Hey There This is a great coffee! Most of the fruit characteristics that you read about in our review are going to be stronger at a lighter roast level like City + The darker you roast the more you bring out that roast tone which can be chocolatey and also can be reminiscent of smoked wood. I'd sugg...
by aaronsweetmarias
Wed Jan 06, 2016 4:00 pm
 
Forum: Americas
Topic: Colombia Organic Planadas Montalvo
Replies: 1
Views: 1417

Colombia Organic Planadas Montalvo

Anyone care to share their roasting tips for Colombia Organic Planadas Montalvo. I normally roast my Colombians in the City to City ++ range...but struggling with this coffee (rare as most SM's seems idiot proof...). I am getting apple and some ...
by milknmycoffee
Sat Jan 02, 2016 6:07 pm
 
Forum: Americas
Topic: Colombia Organic Planadas Montalvo
Replies: 1
Views: 1417

Dogs

Given Sweet Maria's affinity for and history with dogs, I'm surprised no one's yet mentioned the dog that is uniquely found in SM's newest Colombian sourcing valley, the Bow-Wow of Urrao.
by swimjay
Sat Nov 28, 2015 3:27 pm
 
Forum: Off Topic Discussion
Topic: Dogs
Replies: 3
Views: 2016

Re: Whirley Pop Roasting in the SoCal desert.

Thanks. I picked it as I had heard it was a very versatile bean to roast, and very forgiving, but I will be buying more Colombian Popayan Supremo in the future. It definitely darkens as it cools. Here's a shot of it when I first dumped and started to cool.
by Tony_C
Tue Oct 20, 2015 7:13 pm
 
Forum: New Member Introductions
Topic: Whirley Pop Roasting in the SoCal desert.
Replies: 10
Views: 2656
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