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Tom & Maria - Sweet Maria's Coffee wrote:
| i was toying with a blend of 75% dry processed brazil and 25%
| well-rested anohki in the espresso machine - very, very interesting! I
| could probably cut the anohki back even a bit more.
| off to india early in the am, then to amsterdam to cup all the earliest
| samples of new crop ethiopias. we have 6 new coffees listed, including
| one that is our virst vacuum-bagged Yirga Cheffe (yes, that's how I am
| spelling it from now on) that is really neat, not the brightest but a
| real charmer as the cup cools...
| kenya seems to be getting worse and worse. rail lines between uganda and
| kenya have been ripped up, stranding some uganda coffee shipments.
I did a blend of the Anoki, well rested, at similar proportions. What I
have recorded on my blog was 60% Rwanda and 40% Anoki. It was nice,
very blueberry, but not overpowering. I've been saving the last bit for
Enjoying good coffee in the Heart of Virginia
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