[Homeroast] Subject: Re: #34 Workshop
hankarnold at gmail.com
Wed Feb 4 18:24:43 CST 2015
Thanks Byron....The 'El Competitor' was the first coffee that really
blew me away after years of roasting, and it when it was no longer
available I finally realized I needed to 'bank' the beans I really
liked, just like the recently offered Cameroon which was marvelous
when taken FC++ but is now gone.
I'll order some of the #34 and give it a go...
> Hank, you have a great memory. Honestly, it's tough to say say which one
> will have more chocolate notes since it's been such a long time since we
> have offered #24. We profiled it having tons of chocolate with a very
> similar description to #34. #34 doesn't have a Central so there will be
> differences in the brightness department, but it's hard to say what those
> differences would be. If you end up roasting some, please let us know what
> your observations are.
> On Sat, Jan 31, 2015 at 11:07 AM, Hank Arnold <hankarnold at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Any chance the #34 rivals the #24 El Competitor for chocolaty'ness?
>> Thanks, H
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