What do you think about winey-good or bad flavor?
In episode 18 of Brew & Review, Mike and I drink the last of our gifted Tim Wendelboe subscription. thank you, Jon, so much for your kindness to us. It’s been great drinking coffee from a legend.
For both of these coffees, we used the Clever Dripper to brew them. I drank them the next day, and got a better result with the Hario V60. That’s the method I would recommend for both of these coffees:
The varietals listed were SL28, SL34, Ruiru 11 and Batian. It was harvested in November, 2017. A washed coffee from Nyeri, Kenya, the flavor notes listed were:
• Black currants
I really liked how this coffee tasted, even with the Clever Dripper. However, since our recording, I’ve enjoyed it even more on the Hario V60.
A certified organic coffee by Debio, this was a washed Ethiopian Heirloom from Dalle, Sidamo. With a December, 2017 harvest, the flavor notes given were:
I didn’t like this coffee much, and I think it’s because of the brew method. It was much better on the Hario V60. That’s how I’ve drank it since.
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