[mailto:homeroast-admin] On Behalf Of MMore
Sent: Saturday, June 24, 2006 7:57 PM
I have read how everyone says 48-72 hours is the resting period. I
will wait (impatience got the best of me). At 23 hours, the acidity is
overwhelming. I'm betting (hoping) that the longer rest will balance that
out with the fruit and Earl Grey tones.
Actually not everyone says 48-72hrs rest is best for the Gesha. I say 4 or 5
days before beginning to be at it's best.
And so did Les quote "Day one was really good. Very distinct floral notes,
but a bit thin. Day two was good with many floral notes and more body. Day
3 was the least favorite so far. Flavor explosion occurred on day 4 and
continues into day 5. This is good stuff! Les" end quote.
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