[Homeroast] Opposite of bright?
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Wed Apr 29 19:09:47 CDT 2015
How about Deep? as in Indonesians and Brasils.
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Subject: Re: [Homeroast] Opposite of bright?
Mellow, warm, smooth, clean cup (probably ;)... or you could just go for "Bold, rich, dark, nutty" flavof a-la chock full o' nuts... ^.^
Often bright coffee's punch-in-the-faciness is indicative of its quality, the converse being true, but certainly not always. I do love getting a well-rounded cup now and again...
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> On Apr 29, 2015, at 06:31, Larry Dorman <ldorman at gmail.com> wrote:
> So a coffee with a more acidic flavor is often referred to as 'bright'.
> What is the opposite of bright? I would expect that taken to an extreme it
> would be dull or flat or something like that, but what about a cup that
> tastes pleasant and not terribly acidic?
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