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Topic: Viennese Blend (5 msgs / 89 lines)
1) From: Eddie Dove
Folks,
Are there standard components to a Viennese Blend or is this a moniker
that gets put on just about anything someone desires?
Eddie
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2) From: miKe mcKoffee
My understanding it's a mélange of both different beans and different =
roast
levels combining as dark as French & lighter roasts in the style of
traditional Vienna coffeehouses. Little Googling seems what beans used
varies widely. Vienna blend would be different animal than Vienna =
"roast"
degree as defined by Tom's roast pictorial just to keep things =
adequately
confusing:-)
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3) From: Eddie Dove
Yup ... Googling is why I asked the question ...
"Vienna blend would be different animal than Vienna "roast" degree ..."
After the whole espresso thing, are you kidding?  Yeah, I know the
difference and was definitely steering clear of that ...
Eddie
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4) From:
yes, it kind of gets put on whatever you roast.
though!! the Viennese from most roasters is simply, to me, over roasted coffee.
ginny
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5) From: Mark Bartkowiak
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I hope this doesn't include those little sausages.


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