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Roastin' Ronnie's Coffee Welcome to Roastin' Ronnie's Coffee, where you'll find fresh roasted coffees from around the world. I'll be offering single origin coffees and blends as well as some advice and knowledge about the world of specialty coffee.


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Unread 02-21-2011, 06:56 PM   #16
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Lionel, here is something to try.

Get a bag of Roastin' Ronnies, he roasts a little lighter than most coffeehouses, but, a higher quality bean than most grocery store beans. Heck, all grocery store beans. This is the best start. Most 'gourmet' coffees are roasted too dark and have a strong bitter component. Most grocery stores use cheap Robusta beans and roast hot and light, which gives a sour taste.

If you use a drip coffee maker, grind to a medium fine grind and try adding a tablespoon of sugar for a whole 10 cup pot. Add a teaspoon for 4 to 5 cups. Make coffee normally and allow to sit for 5 minutes before pouring.

If you use a pan (yes, I use a pan) add one scant teaspoon of sugar and 3 tablespoons of coffee ground fine. Add cold water (2 to 3 cups) and bring to 185F slowly over medium heat. Stir once. A foam will form on top and bubbles on the edges. Allow to sit, heat off for 5 minutes, pour slowly through a fine strainer. This is some good stuff. I know, stupidly complex for a cup of coffee. It will have no bitterness.
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