Five roasts, different batches. More Brazil Perdizes de Minas fazenda Nossa Senhora de Fatima!

Our coffee tasting at Little Red Bike Cafe went awesome. Evan and Ali cleared everything but the espresso machine from the bar; and good thing, because we had many, many cups. We tried samples held back from a few of the NSF roasts from the last week. (I think we had June 4th, 6th, 7th, and two roasts from the 12th.) The two oldest roasts were like a faded oil of bergamot, or, at least, the lightest and most delicate. I think what came across clearest is how different one coffee may taste as it ages, or from batch to batch. It was also a lesson in group tastings (I made lots of notes to myself). Thank you everyone who came, and thanks to Little Red Bike Cafe for hosting!

Joel

One Response to “Five roasts, different batches. More Brazil Perdizes de Minas fazenda Nossa Senhora de Fatima!”

  1. Evan & Ali says:

    Thank you for roasting. Your coffee continues to enrich our lives and inspire us to dream big. Thank you for all the hard work.

    Next month we should try doing it on a Friday night–I have had more than a few people contact us and say that they would have liked to come had it been at a different time. Live and learn.