[Homeroast] What's in your cup?

David Rossell davidjohnrossell at gmail.com
Tue Jan 31 15:52:49 CST 2012


One Indian coffee I dearly love but don't see very often is Monsooned Indian Malabar. The body and caramel quality of that coffee make for a really nice change of pace.

David

David Rossell

On Jan 31, 2012, at 4:26 PM, "BSGarley" <bsgarley.public at gmail.com> wrote:

> Kudos for going outside your usual comfort zone. That Sampler sounds like a
> great idea.
> 
> One Indian coffee that stood out for me was the C. liberica. It was too
> pricey to drink regularly but a very interesting brew. I believe the
> Liberica tree is a lot taller than C. arabica bushes and commensurately more
> difficult to harvest. And it also has a different flavor profile from most
> Indian beans, more like Yemeni DP. Have not seen it in a long while at SM
> though I would like to revisit it.
> 
> I look forward to sampling the Poab beans. How can you go wrong roasting to
> SM specs?
> 
> How are you brewing it?
> 
> Bruce Garley
> New Port Richey, FL
> Stillwater, MN
> Ex - San Juan Capistrano, CA
>  
> Vivir con miedo es como vivir a medias.
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: homeroast-bounces at lists.sweetmariascoffee.com
> [mailto:homeroast-bounces at lists.sweetmariascoffee.com] On Behalf Of Andy
> Thomas
> Sent: Monday, January 30, 2012 10:41 PM
> To: homeroast at lists.sweetmariascoffee.com
> Subject: [Homeroast] What's in your cup?
> 
> Has anyone else tried India Poabs Organic Seethargundu Estate? It was a
> pleasant surprise for me. I buy India coffee only occasionally, because
> although they are usually okay (at least the ones SM offers -- the only ones
> I know about) they don't stand out for me. But this one made me take notice.
> I got it in a sampler pack. I roasted this last night in a split-wired
> Poppery -- 12 minutes 27 seconds and quite a ways into 2nd crack, per Tom's
> suggestion to roast a bit on the dark side. It is wonderfully fragrant and
> complex. I thought it must be dry-processed, but it doesn't look it. So, I
> went to the review at SW. Sure enough it is wet-processed, but Tom compares
> it to dry-processed as well. 
> 
> Anyway, I'm glad I sprang for the sampler -- as I do from time to time --
> because this is a sleeper that I would have missed.
> 
> Andy
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