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    Nice blend for a stovetop

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    Hi guys,

    From a my recent beanbay buy I roasted the following beans seperatly to CS9/10 then mixed and ground for a stovetop. It made a nice short black however in milk to really came through.

    Please note, without scales all measurements are approximate!

    Brazil Pulped Natural - 40% - CS9
    Sumatra Mandheling Gr1 2009 Crop - 40% - CS10
    Ethiopian Gambella Naturals - 20% - CS9

    I had a guy installing a wardrobe yesterday and smelt it cooking away and asked if hed be able to have a cup. I was pretty happy when he walked in with an empty mug soon after smiling and said thats the best coffee Ive had in a long time, without any mention of me cooking the beans myself!

    I hope this works as well for anyone else that gives it a shot.

    Cheers,
    Matthew

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    Re: Nice blend for a stovetop

    Quote Originally Posted by 507C696975786A42586F747E1D0 link=1263858696/0#0 date=1263858696
    he walked in with an empty mug soon after smiling and said thats the best coffee Ive had in a long time
    Dont you just love moments like that?

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    Re: Nice blend for a stovetop

    haha that is awesome, good on ya :)
    Ive done a similar (sorta) roast for my stovetop this week, with 40% Sumatra Sipangan Bolon grade1 and 60% Ethiopian Yirgacheffe! Its so delicious! I bet the Brazil beans really add a nice touch - Id love to try Indian Tiger Mountain in place of the Brazil in your blend though, I love those beans, they have such a sweetness.

    MMmmmm ;)

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    Re: Nice blend for a stovetop

    That sounds like a pretty good plan, Id love some Tiger Mountain... Andy?!?

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    Re: Nice blend for a stovetop

    Or Madikeri A which IMO was even better than Tiger Mtn (which I love)...

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    Re: Nice blend for a stovetop

    That does sound nice. Thanks for the blend suggestion :)



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