Hard to believe that the Aroma festival is done and dusted for another year. With all the planning that goes into it, the hard work by all those involved, it is strange to think that all of a sudden it is over in a flash.
But for a fair comparison, I also needed to try the Three Doors Down blend as an espresso. As with the mac, there is an impressive amount of balanced natural […]
And then, because I always love a good comparison, I tried the Three Doors Down house blend as a mac. Such a nice, balanced, enjoyably sweet coffee. It lingers with […]
And as a piccolo, the @coffee_supreme Dumerso worked well. Most of the over roasted flavour was concealed in the milk, letting the complex sweetness do most of the talking.
While waiting for the milk version of the Dumerso to arrive, I got to try some of the @coffee_supreme Nicaragua El Limoncillo as a brew. It certainly wasn’t mucking around […]
So the #coffeehunt turned into a massive drive. I drive down past Chatswood, through Artarmon, over Crows Nest, via Mossman, around Dee Why, stopped for a quick pie near the […]
Sneaky coffee for the win. Today’s coffee of choice is a single origin @dropcoffee from Kenya. Essentially it is a mouthful of orange sherbet. Yum.
And then to finish on a mac…?? Why the hell not?
The @pabloandrustys Guatemala single was certainly much fresher, but the combination of dark sweetness and chocolatey body, with a milky mouthfeel was interesting, but kept me thinking it would break […]
The @pabloandrustys El Salvador was the Villa Galicia, and of course, why have one single when you can have two…?? So next up is the Guatemala La Union.