Wow. I've tasted beer (in a JBM from a vendor I'll never use again--
that had begun to ferment while green) and liver (in Liquid Amber when
I had a cold so bad my nose was totally stuffed), but never bacon in
coffee. Good to know that it can be a *nice* taste.
And now I have a craving for a BLT....
On Dec 21, 2007, at 10:48 AM, Randall Nortman wrote:
Wow. I've tasted beer (in a JBM =
from a vendor I'll never use again--that had begun to ferment while =
green) and liver (in Liquid Amber when I had a cold so bad my nose was =
totally stuffed), but never bacon in coffee. Good to know that it can be =
a *nice* taste.
now I have a craving for a BLT....
On Dec 21, 2007, at =
10:48 AM, Randall Nortman wrote:
So I =
roasted up some Ethiopia Organic Dry-Process Golocha The beans smell =
fruity, like dried berries. But in the cup, I taste =
bacon. Not the
salty, greasy aspects of bacon, but the smoky =
flavor. But not just
generically smoky, like I burned it, but =
smoky. This is completely unlike the =
fruity smell of the beans. I
don't actually mind it, but it's =
just a little odd. The body is
great, and I wouldn't call the =
cup smooth but it's not harsh or
bitter. Acidity is very low =
but it's not totally flat.
I wonder, has anybody else noticed =
something like this? Is it because
the roast sort of stalled on =
me? The beans definitely aren't burned;
they're a nice brown =
color between milk and dark chocolate, and not
oily. Not =
particularly even, but it is a dry-processed African so I'm
surprised at that.
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