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3 hours ago, Craft House Coffee said:

Ay yo people!

 

I think its that time! So this coffee if in fact our Colombian El Doble 72 hour anaerobic washed process. This type of fermentation has been a hot topic with us lately, of which 4 of our coffees have been processed this way! Its up on the website now and your discounts will still work:

LSOL28092018

ive enjoyed logging on and watching the replies! thanks again, as ever for having us :)

 

Tom

Oh excellent. Incidentally I had 1kg of this delivered yesterday. 😂


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Ay yo people!
 
I think its that time! So this coffee if in fact our Colombian El Doble 72 hour anaerobic washed process. This type of fermentation has been a hot topic with us lately, of which 4 of our coffees have been processed this way! Its up on the website now and your discounts will still work:

LSOL28092018

ive enjoyed logging on and watching the replies! thanks again, as ever for having us
 
Tom

Thanks for arranging this Tom. I’ve only started these this week, and dialled properly today.
Taste fantastic perfect Christmas bean IMO.
I’m off to read up on exactly what anaerobic process it.


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Sage DB; Mazzer Major; VST 15g, 18g & 20g Baskets;TORR Trapez & Perger Tamper

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On 08/12/2019 at 21:20, catpuccino said:

Oh excellent. Incidentally I had 1kg of this delivered yesterday. 😂

Well I cracked these open today, 8 days off roast. Really very enjoyable and clear from opening the bag this was going to be up my street.

I'm at 18 VST > 40, in ~28s 12.75 on the Niche. Pulled a couple shots to dial in. As espresso the smell of cherry is really powerful. Added ~100ml of hot water and the orange really opened up, reminds me of a very strong (almost artificial?) orange flavour that I had in some Origin Ethiopian beans a few months back. 

Was hoping for more of a bakewell tart flavour as a milk drink but it seemed to get lost in a flat white. Certain with some more tinkering this'll be very nice both black and white. 

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I'm getting the best results in the 18=>40 -42g with the coarser grind for espresso 25-28secs seems to get more fruit


Sage DB; Mazzer Major; VST 15g, 18g & 20g Baskets;TORR Trapez & Perger Tamper

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I'm a bit late to this coffee  - about 5 days into it.

First shot was a bit fast and the acidity blew my head off.  I'm thinking its not going to be for me.

Finer grind and I got there - gentle acidity, creamy, dark fruit - really good coffee as espresso and long black.

Made Mrs WD a flat white and it really works well with milk.  Just had a sneaky taste when the coffee had cooled and would go as far as saying that I could enjoy a whole flat white with these beans.

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