[Homeroast] Strong coffee and weak
pleiades45 at gmail.com
Tue Apr 22 19:41:31 CDT 2014
I sure agree with the waste issue. I think about every single bean being
hand-picked (mostly) and why should I not be more careful?
Personally, I seem to have pretty good success with coffee past it's two
week mark, but I like your idea of combining the old and new. My beans
don't last past 10-14 days but I'll keep your method in mind. Thanks!
On Tue, Apr 22, 2014 at 12:50 PM, John M. Howison <johnmhowison at gmail.com>wrote:
> Wasting even a few beans of good coffee pains me -- even if only
> pennies are involved, there is the loss of berries picked and
> processed one-by-one by little brown fingers, doubtless underpaid.
> Discovering recently a misplaced container of month-old coffee that
> begged to be discarded, I remembered that Roman coffee-venders a
> couple of generations back had argued that freshly-roasted,
> high-quality beans could be "extended" by adding inferior ones. I
> ground a batch of the tired beans with an equal quantity of last
> night's roast, and lo ! ! my morning mug was great, not even hinting
> of loss. The good flavor had subdued the inferior.
> Do roasters with finer noses than mine agree that last week's coffee
> needn't be thrown away?
> Contra muros, mater rubicolla
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