HomeRoast Digest


Topic: the Misty... (2 msgs / 42 lines)
1) From: Kevin
There's one word to describe this coffee when a City roast is nailed:
Wow!  This is great coffee!  Previously I've taken the Misty to Full
City b/c I've always been gun shy about stopping at a city roast.
This time I stopped my GC exactly 2min after first crack started and
the beans are lighter in color and taste wonderful.  The citrisy notes
are plain as day.  This coffee is my 2nd favorite, right behind the
Gesha.  Though the ranking may change as the Kona is next in line...
I also wanted to thank Brett and Eddie for convincing me not to give
up on SM decaf.  In the past I've typically over-roasted decafs and
taken them to far where they no longer had any recognizable origin
characteristics.  The last roast I shortened by 1 min from where I
would normally stop a regular roast and the coffee is fantastic
(African Highlands).  If I hadn't roasted it I wouldn't be able to
tell it was decaf.  Today is the day decaf homeroast earns the
afternoon slot and replaces the loose leaf tea and herbal tea's I
usually drink in the afternoon.  I'm a coffee-aholic at heart so it'll
be nice to enjoy an afternoon cup with out bouncing off the office
walls...
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My home coffee roasting blog:http://homecoffeeroastblog.blogspot.com/Kevin

2) From: Les
The Columbia CoE's are some of the best coffee I have ever had.  I would
encourage all coffee explorers to give both of these a try.  My wife was
Wowed by the cup this morning.  I like the Misty, I have a ten pounder in
the stash, however these Columbia coffees are wowsers on the other end of
the spectrum.
Les
On 2/6/07, Kevin  wrote:
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