bkamnetz at gmail.com
Sun Oct 26 17:05:57 CDT 2014
"Flavored coffee" may not be exactly what it seems to be, according to this
On Sun, Oct 26, 2014 at 2:25 PM, John Nordling <john.nordling at gmail.com>
> He's tried that before (adding spices while brewing), and is trying to
> recapture something he bought a long time ago (i.e. chai flavored beans).
> Sometimes the present can't measure up to the flavors of memory anyways, so
> I don't have high hopes - even if this turns out amazing, it could still be
> I'm not too worried about my roaster - it's a stovetop popcorn popper after
> all. I'll just wash it (it's way overdue for a good scrubbing anyways).
> I'm more concerned about it flavoring up his grinder, more so than my
> roaster, but he's aware of the risk.
> I think roasting the spices rather than using them straight from the jar
> (so to speak) is a decent idea. Maybe that's normal for chai anyways.
> We're getting into something that I haven't tried before. My chili turns
> out significantly better if I add the chili spices to my protein before
> browning. This seems like it has potential. I have my doubts about
> whether it's a good idea to do the spice roasting with the beans.
> He forgot the spice mix at home yesterday when he came over for dinner, so
> I don't know when we'll reschedule. I'll let you know how this turns out.
> Honestly, I have pretty low expectations.
> "Can't believe how strange it is to be anything at all." Neutral Milk
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