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Has anyone tried Columbia Coffee Roasters, that has recently moved from Wheatley to the Covered Market in Oxford? https://www.colombiacoffeeroasters.com/
Already bored with the lock down? Courtesy of Cafe Imports, some coffee related educational light reading/viewing. https://www.cafeimports.com/north-america/water-activity-in-specialty-green-coffee @MWJB https://www.cafeimports.com/north-america/blog/2020/03/13/harvest-report-colombia-2020-from-farmers-to-friends/
Well, first time ever buying fresh roasted beans from a small roaster rather than my Lavazza and I must say wow. I know it may be boring and a poor use of adjectives but honestly that's all I kept saying for the first 5 minutes as I drank my first flat white with the beans. After getting my new machine I was determined to try some new beans and after a wee look around I found these via the coffee roasters website. For anyone interested they are from Guatica with a 1700-1900 meters above sea level and are washed. They were described as full bodied and rich, hazelnut, berries and caramel. I certainly got the nutty caramel from them. Took about 4 go's to get a decent shot. Still not quite perfect. Really need to get the tamping down. Anyways I really enjoyed the coffee and found no bitter aftertaste that I normally associated with home made coffee. I think James Hoffman said something about being so used to poor coffee that you begin to believe that is what it should taste like. This has been a great start for my new coffee journey. I don't drink, I don't smoke, coffee has become my drug of choice and man am I hooked.
Currently offering coffee served by the cup, via Clover. *We also always feature our Espresso Novo (Ethiopia, Panama, Columbia) as well as a SO option for espresso.* Our location is in the 1st floor of the Denver Art Museum Residences, on 12th and Acoma, across the patio from the Denver Art Museum. *Inside the Museum we also have two espresso bars, one in the Gift Shop, and one across the Bridge in the Duncan Pavilion. * We are in the sam building … More...