[Homeroast] Summertime Acidity

Peter Louton peter at midwestbicycleworks.com
Wed May 26 15:17:27 CDT 2010


West coast crazy, hmmm I'd have to say we are more nuts in the midwest.  I collect my first shots from pouring espresso and keep them in the fridge and then make espresso flavored ice cream.  Yummy!

Peter 

Fort Wayne, Indiana





-- Sent from my Palm Pre
On May 26, 2010 16:04, g paris <pchforever at gmail.com> wrote: 

Must chime in here. I like them all, all of the time. In the summer one of

the

dark fruited Africans are my favorite for iced coffee; poop who likes to

drink

water with a bit of color.



On the West Coast we are wild and crazy and do things a bit differently!!



hahahaha



ginny







On Fri, May 21, 2010 at 9:19 AM, mary deem <catechumenes at gmail.com> wrote:



> How serendipitous, I just happened to post about this very subject on

> another forum!

>

> Like yourself, I find myself craving dense coffees with chocolate, dark

> fruits, and spices during the winter.  Chocolaty Centrals and Wine soaked

> dark fruited Africans are my favorite during winter.  I also seem drawn to

> Indonesian coffees wtih earth, hummus, and smoke flavors as well.

>

> During the summer I crave South American Columbians with lots of white

> fruits like golden raisins, peaches, apricots and so forth.  Lately I have

> been drinking a series of fruity Columbian Tolimas from Sweet Marias like

> the Merediano Microlot and the Florestales - Maximinio Gutierrez.

>

> The only summer blend I have done was a 1:4 blend of Colombia Tolima

> Merediano and Colombia Tolima Florestales Maximinio Gutierrez.  Both

> coffees

> had very similar fruit profiles (golden raisins, apples, peaches) but the

> Merediano bought a nice slightly tart hazelnut note underscored the

> Florestale's faint tart appleskin notes.  I simply did this blend to use up

> the  last of my Merediano roast...glad I did since it was a nice combo.  I

> brewed it in a moka pot and drank as a café au lait (but with less milk

> than

> normal).

>

> Interesting subject...look forward to hearing everyone's elses experiences!

>

> Mary

>

> On Fri, May 21, 2010 at 1:59 AM, Edward Bourgeois <edbourgeois at gmail.com

> >wrote:

>

> > During the winter I crave thick rich chocolates, dark fruits with

> > hints of spice. I tend to prefer more acidic lemon,orange, florals and

> > clean coffees/lighter roasts during the summer. Both in brewed and

> > shots. Kenyan and sweet new Centrals are my standards But will add

> > others that have some nice clean zing. Do others of you have seasonal

> > coffee crave changes?  Any thoughts of summer blends or SOs  for

> > brewed or shots??

> >

> > --

> > Ed Bourgeois aka farmroast

> > Amherst MA.

> > http://coffee-roasting.blogspot.com/

> >

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