[Homeroast] Last of Mohicans (final cup of Koratie DP)
bkamnetz at gmail.com
Thu Jul 11 14:27:32 CDT 2013
Thanks for sharing the story of this particular variety/harvest, Ivan.
I've had an Aero Press for several years and have never tried it. Along the
way a kind list member (sorry, I can't remember his name, but I think he is
from the Chicago area and roasts at a farmers market... Scott Mc maybe)
sent me some filtering fabric, so I should be all set. Maybe this weekend I
will think of it.
On Thu, Jul 11, 2013 at 1:59 PM, sci <scizen at gmail.com> wrote:
> As I type, the lingering aftertaste of my last cup of 2008 Koratie DP fades
> like a sunset with dazzling hues of purple, pink and turquoise. After
> finding a long lost pound in my ice cave still vacuum sealed, I roasted her
> to a C+. [end of 1C plus 15 seconds.] I used an AP [22g and 12oz h20] using
> a Swiss gold screen. Thick body and fruity flavors still smack you in the
> face. Strawberry in dry grind and cool end of cup--a very interesting cup
> of coffee.
> All I can say is that this bean really held up to 4+ years of this special
> storage. Perhaps DPs can handle it. I've had good results with WPs up to
> 2+yrs. I currently have about 20lbs of various SM offerings going back 1-3
> years, half of which are DPs, mostly 1/2lb samples for 1 roast in the Qm3.
> And since I'm in a serious stash reduction mode (what!?! no SM
> orders?--sheesh), I will be roasting through them quickly.
> If I stumble across something stupendous again, I'll post a note.
> Happy roasting,
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