Euro Coffee Review

tintinet

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Euro Coffee Reviews: WWW Sampler

Warning!-Amateur Review. My own predispositions regarding coffee: I like a smooth, flavorful but balanced and somewhat acid coffee, one I can drink in volume without becoming either tired of or overwhelmed by the flavor. I usually find very exotic coffee fine by the single cup, but tedious or oppressive by the pot. I prefer freshly roasted whole bean coffee freshly French Pressed. And so…


1. Baritone Roast:

Appearance: Dark roast appearance- dark brown/black with surface oil

Aroma: Sharp aroma, like French Roasts

Beans: Flavorful with sharp finish

Brew: Deep brown with slightly sharp aroma finish. Smooth, with sharp aroma of dark roast but no bitterness. It’s as smooth as the roasters claim: unlike most French Roasts, I can drink a whole pot of this, non-stop, without ODing on the dark roast quality. It truly is, as the roasters state, a medium-dark roast. Nice sweet spot for my tastes.



2. Euro Roast House Blend

Appearance: Medium roasted with bright deep brown very lightly oided surface

Aroma: Sweet caramel

Beans: Sweet caramel flavor- no discernable bitterness

Brew: Medium-rich body, predominantly caramel flavor. Not unpleasant, but strong and unrelenting. Almost tastes as if it were “flavored.â€
 

topher

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Joefresheman.....are you the person I think you are? If you are...how did you like the peaberry? or the new guats? Oh....and the new Sumatras?
 

JoeSophmore

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No Sneakers?

Hey, I'm not me (Knotme). So if you think you know who it is, it isn't. Besides, how can I harass you if you know where I live?

Now, about that "peabody..." (wink) I'm still cleaning out this dang turkish green/mildew wood bean I picked-up in Mobile. I'm running out of TSP to scrub my system. I'll try 'em as soon as I get rid of that dang flavor.
 
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