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    Myanmar Maymyo

    Roasted on the lighter side and rested now for 4 days.


    As an espresso there is subtle peaches followed by huge, but somewhat delicate, sweetness and then rounds out at the end with beautiful spice (think hot cross buns) along with a lingering mouth feel.


    In a latte the sweetness is what really pushes through the milk though the spice is also a very pleasant after taste.
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    Nice one, we must have done similar roasts and got the same sweet with spice results.

    Crazy sweet and I'm sure many people would think you had sugared the final drink.

    Enjoy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy View Post
    many people would think you had sugared the final drink.
    Not wrong there, I’m finding this particularly prevalent in milk with this roast!

    Based on current flavours I’m really excited to see where this goes over the coming week (if it lasts that long)!

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