[Homeroast] Night Shot
Ryan M. Ward
silvercro_magnon at hotmail.com
Thu Jan 21 03:16:51 CST 2010
I love that kind of shot. It's like a perfect moment in time. The color, aroma, like time stands still for just one peaceful moment and all that matters is the quick moment that this art form affords you.
I seriously feel sorry for my non-coffee-addicted friends- they miss out on the sheer joy that a perfect shot can bring :p
Thanks for making me jealous, but then motivated to fire up my Silvia!
Ryan M. Ward
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> Date: Wed, 20 Jan 2010 22:46:12 -0800
> From: yakster at gmail.com
> To: homeroast at lists.sweetmariascoffee.com
> Subject: [Homeroast] Night Shot
> The Wife is sick, sleeping upstairs, so I brought home dinner and am
> cleaning up the kitchen. Since the energy is flagging, I pulled out the
> PID, hooked it to my La Peppina lever and pulled a short, one ounce shot of
> 12 day old Liquid Amber roasted to FC+. Since my shots have been pulling
> hard, near choking and I've been getting blonding spots on the crema when I
> finish the shot, I loosened up the hand grinder and stopped short before any
> blonding ruined the crema.
> This shot was really delicious. It was almost all crema, very sweet, just
> It tasted so good, I'm just going to have to pull another shot, and get the
> other half of the roast out of the freezer for this weekend.
> One the Home-Barista forum, one of the members (Rawman) is trying to arrange
> a lever meet-up at a local roaster, Barefoot in Santa Clara. I'm looking
> forward to this, more playing with the La Peppina and getting a look, a
> taste, and maybe even a hands on with some other levers. I really want to
> see the Caravel in action.
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