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Ron_L 02-20-2011 08:03 PM

Heads up on some upcoming coffee
 
Consider this a teaser :-D

Here's some of the coffee that I have coming over the next few weeks...

Costa Rica SHB EP Romelia
Flavor - slight floral, semi-sweet chocolate, Brazil nut. Moderate sweetness

I have 30 lbs on the way. I'll do some as single origin and use some in a blend.

Papau New Guinea Goroka
Flavor - Huge tropical fruit notes, very juicy mouthfeel, and a really well composed finish.

50 lbs. on the way for single origin and blends

Rwanda COOPAC Peaberry
First place in the Rwanda Cup of Excellence program

50 lbs. on the way for single origin and blends

Kenya Peaberry Kilalani Estate
Flavor - Juicy orange and peach notes. Good balance with a tealike
finish.
15 lbs on hand. This will be offered at a slightly higher price because the green coffee is higher cost.

Yemen Mocha Sabri
Aroma: Intensity 8/10 berry fruit, toasted grain; big strawberry, slight tropical fruit and a hint of sweet pipe tobacco on the break
Flavor--complex, rich fruits (hints of strawberry, cherry), with slight malty note. Low end had hints of pipe tobacco and dark chocolate, but sweet and VERY clean. This is a very special coffee.

15 lbs on the way. I really want to do a Mokha-Java bland with this, but it is too good to blend, so this will be single origin. This will be offered at a slightly higher price because the green coffee price is higher cost. because of the piltical situation in yemen that may be one of the last Yemen coffees that we see for a while.

Bolivia Porfirio Mamami Surco Microlot
Taste - Crème brûlée was a very good way of describing it in the cup. Vanilla, caramelized sugar, medium to medium-thick creamy body. Acidity was also good, but not overpowering. It was very balanced. This is a very special coffee.

15 lbs coming. This will be offered at a slightly higher price because the green coffee price is higher cost.

bigabyte 02-20-2011 08:05 PM

:shock: I am in overload. :shock: How am I suppose to choose?

Ron_L 02-20-2011 08:09 PM

I'll try to space it out so you don't have to choose :)

deepsouth 02-20-2011 08:09 PM

wow just wow.

Big George's BBQ 02-21-2011 07:39 AM

I am on a caffine Hi just looking at the list. I am interested Great Tease

landarc 02-21-2011 12:12 PM

I am gonna be broke! Oh wait, I am broke, hmm, I will be BROKER!

gtr 02-21-2011 01:00 PM

Yemen farkin' mocha! Our local coffee shop was getting this but hasn't lately - that's some awesome stuff. I'll check out the other stuff as well:thumb:

cmcadams 02-21-2011 03:53 PM

Ron,

I want to get my wife into roasting our own. She's very picky about coffee, and only drinks this Swiss made stuff that is low in acid... Any of those work for a low acid variety? I have the setup in mind to roast on my xl BGE, but I need her to buy into it. :)

frognot 02-22-2011 07:09 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by bigabyte (Post 1555777)
:shock: I am in overload. :shock: How am I suppose to choose?

Ditto mod.

deepsouth 02-23-2011 09:01 AM

i'd love to try the Yemen Mocha Sabri!

big brother smoke 02-23-2011 10:03 AM

Guess, I won't be buying store bought ever for personal use! :cool:


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