[Homeroast] Travelling Faux pas

Jason Brooks brookswv at gmail.com
Wed Jun 2 09:39:38 CDT 2010

Good idea Ray.  I'll regularly find myself out of beans on milking mornings
(out at 6AM).  We have our own milk goats and I milk Tu-Thur-Fri and Sat.
 So, I'll drop some beans in and roast while milking. Usually works to be a
Full City roast, so i have to be careful what I choose.  Not the best way to
roast, but on occasion it happens.  And then, the brew can be incredible!

On Wed, Jun 2, 2010 at 2:28 AM, <raymanowen at gmail.com> wrote:

> Never too late.  You might even find pleasure in roasting at 0300 and
> having
> the first (young) cup for a taste test at 0400, assuming you had no mundane
> excursions planned for First Light...
> Like work, or kids to the fabled halls of memorizing things
> Since when is the typical Work Coffee good for anything- well, I guess even
> the branded stuff can be OK if it's brewed carefully. But they have to
> satisfy all tastes in brew strength, and the prima donnas were reluctant to
> make Lucent Americanos with my "strong" Boyer's brew.
> How to explain that it all starts with undiluted coffee grounds and the
> essence of pure hot water in the first place. Some of the lights never came
> on...
> Cheers, Mabuhay -RayO, aka Opa!
> Choose your battles and have some cafeteria gift certificates for the
> idiots.
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Jason Brooks
brookswv at gmail.com

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