Post By greenman
Post By trains
Kenya AAA Bold
Wow, this coffee lived up to Andy's descriptors to a tee. Pulled an espresso today of my lightly roasted AAA Bold batch, the crema looked amazing, it was super viscous, had a green apple acidity that was pleasant on the palate and the lingering choc/cocoa aftertaste is still there after 30 mins. The well graded beans produced a lovely even roast. Should go well as a long black.
Most impressive beans, definitely recommend a try!!
Last edited by greenman; 16th December 2015 at 08:37 PM.
Have added the Kenyan to a blend which i'm cracking open this weekend, cant wait!
Ive had great success with using the Behmor p5 d profile with 380g, and using C to add time if needed.
Seems they like a slow ramp, and it helps space out the time between first and second crack, so they dont go over the top of each other, like can happen if you use a P2 profile.
for some reason my P4 button wont work, so cant comment on how it goes with a slightly different ramp up.
After 7-10 days, they smell and taste amazing.