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Now roasting to order – dark, light, decaf, Central American, South American, Brazilian, Ethiopian, whatever you like! If you don’t know what you like, give me an idea of what flavors you enjoy and I’ll make up some options for you to try.
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Coming soon: a DECAF! Yes, you read that right, you can now enjoy SolaRoast coffee (what do you think of the trade name?) before bed and/or in your favorite coffee-based cocktails/drinks without having to be up all night.
We’re taste-testing them now to be able to put up an accurate appraisal. All of our decaffeinated coffees will be Swiss Water Process (SWP) so you don’t have to worry about carcinogenic solvents in your after-dinner cup.
For more on the mostly-scary decaffeination methods and relief-inducingly different SWP method, visit http://www.coffeeconfidential.org/health/decaffeination/.
Here are the coffees we’ve got for you right now:
Panama Boquete Camiseta Estate
3 2 1 batches available SOLD OUT roasted 6/22/16. $9 for one batch, $17 for two, plus actual shipping. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to order.
Delicious, easy-to-enjoy, with good acidity, especially for a central American coffee. Please don’t mistake the term “acidity” for bitterness.
Acidity does NOT mean bitterness in coffee any more than it means bitterness in wine. Acidity provides the structure on which the flavors are arranged, and is the essential difference between coffee and brown water.
Ethiopia Yirga Cheffe Buufata Konga
2 0 batches available, roasted 6/22/16.$9 for one batch, $17 for two, plus actual shipping. Email email@example.com to order.
The cupping notes below are accurate, but I think they left out CHOCOLATE. At least, that’s what we’re getting with this very young full city roast.
The flavors will develop more fully over the next 2-3 days, and we are excited to see where this goes because it is already one of those coffees that make you consider brewing another pot because it’s over too soon.
In case you’re interested to know a bit more about where your coffee comes from, I’m sharing the postcard that comes with each coffee order from Sweet Maria’s. The postcard changes regularly, and I enjoy reading the stories or informative passages and seeing the pictures they send. I though you might, too. Visit SweetMarias.com if you want to delve further. Click on the images to enlarge them.
Well, that’s it for today, 6/23/16. The weekend forecast promises much sunshine, so I hope to get more roasting done for next week.
6/20 – The forecast is for enough sun to roast some more tomorrow and probably Wednesday, too, so there will be more caffeine very soon!
6/20 – Sold Out
Roasted 6/19 – Guatemala Antigua Pulcal Inteligente
Sweet Maria’s tasting notes: Clean, complex, honey, caramelized sugar, ripe plum, pineapple, blackberry, Asian pear, elegant acidity. Superb brewed coffee.
Our experience: We’ve drunk gallons of this coffee. We bought a 20 pound bag of green beans and this is just about the last of it. This coffee loves simple, convenient brewing methods. In a drip coffee maker, it a can’t-miss bean. It can take a small amount of milk or cream, but also shines when drunk black.
Like most coffees, the flavors blossom when slightly cooled. If you let it go all the way to room temperature, do not throw it away – it’s a whole new level of amazing when fully cooled. I would not hesitate to serve this to anyone, even those who profess to “hate coffee.” Who knows, they might be surprised.
Email us at huntgatherbrew@gmail if you want some – first come first served. This is freshly roasted, so it will be drinkable starting 48-72 hours from now and continue to improve for several days beyond that. We often have three or four coffees roasted at once, so we don’t finish them for two weeks or more and they are still terrific. Just don’t grind it all right away!
The forecast is sunny for the next couple days, so expect more and different coffees to come available soon.