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  1. #231
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    Quote Originally Posted by shadow745 View Post
    For quite a few months I've been roasting several dry processed Brazilian coffees, specifically for espresso and the end result is quite superb. I have given up bothering with washed coffees as most are too clean for me these days. The dry process gives that sort of Earthy/funky taste and very heavy body that I roast/extract for.
    What do u mean by clean?

  2. #232
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    Dark Costa Rican Tarrazu….Bold, flavorful never disappoints. This is my go to coffee.

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    Italian coffee for me is the best choice, we are from Italy and know the quality compared with others. Lavazza is the most simple.

  4. #234
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    I'm enjoying the coffee I'm getting from a local roaster more than any previous coffee I've tried. Bluestone Coffee Company. Sumatra Takengon. Dark/Medium roast. Fair trade. Brewed in a french press.
    Absurdity is the only reality - FZ

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    thanks a lot for sharing!

 

 
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