Daily Archive for October 14th, 2010

New: Ethiopia DP Weshi Jimma,Nicaragua Segovia Regalo de Dios,Sulawesi WP Tana Toraja PB,Espresso Workshop 13: Grace Note

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Happy Cuptober! — We have a few new coffees we’d like to tell you about: Ethiopia Dry Process Weshi Jimma, Nicaragua Nueva Segovia -Un Regalo de Dios, Sulawesi Wet-Process Tana Toraja Peaberry, and Espresso Workshop #13 – Grace Note.  The Ethiopian DP Weshi Jimma is flavor profile we get a lot of requests for: an African profile strong fruits, sweet spices, and chocolate at the darker roasts. Next is a Nicaraguan arrival that cups more like a Guat.: Nicaragua Regalo de Dios with apple and tea like tastes. Try this as an espresso too! Next up. we have the Sulawesi Wet-Process Tana Toraja Peaberry with a balanced taste reminiscent of Island coffees and bittersweet chocolate at darker roasts. Don’t glide past Tom’s new Espresso Workshop Edition: #13 – Grace Note. This delicately accented African blend has syrupy caramel and baker’s chocolate with other flavor hints peaking out as you vary your roast level. Check out the farm descriptions and full reviews!

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Screening Screens

We recently began looking for a replacement for the nylon french press screens that we stocked for so long.  Our supplier on that item went out of business, so I asked another manufacturer to look into this.  They sent  samples of both nylon and stainless steel material to test.  We added the material to the filter assembly of a french press and compared the flavor and the amount of sediment each was capturing.  The stainless steel mesh seemed to do a better job on both counts,  reducing that over-extracted flavor that you can get from french press with too much sediment. I am not sure when I can offer these, but it ought to be no more than a few months.  The previous filters were nylon on a plastic frame, I think these will be stainless steel mesh.

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