Peru Norte SHB,
Costa Rica Tarrazu,
Colombia Huila Valencia,
Recent Blends had these ratios
Didn't like that one too much, though it was pretty full bodied. You can tell
my rookieness from that one, a varient of it went with 30% of those with 10%
Sumatra. Better for some, but boy oh boy does the Sumatra really come through
and I lost some of the finer points of the others.
My next evolution has this, I think I'm learning here,
This one is much much better then the last. It's very husky and earthy.
Roasts are a C+ on the Colombia and Costa, snip snip of second and it's done.
The Sidamo takes a lot of heat and second takes a while to set in, and I
usually tickle second for about 10-20 seconds depending on temps. The Sumatra
is a Vienna, roll second and end roast. This blend does have berry flavors
come through as well, thank you Sidamo.
That's what I have on hand now. Looking at getting A Tanzania or Kenya AA next
for some proper blending. I think a Brazil or Guatemala is in order as well.
Trying to round out my inventory for maximal blending capabilities.
I think my next try will have;
Peru(or similar south/central american), 80%
Trying to learn here, I don't have an espresso machine and that's where these
kinds of blends really sing the songs. A FP or MP of these though will
definitely let me know where I'm at. In fact, I have tried the 4 origin blend
in the FP but not as a Moka Pot, as well what I have now is all at 7 days rest.