I drink a lot of coffee. Right now, I'm drinking:
These are sorted from best to worst. They may change over time. This is extremely subjective.
|Stauf's Mexico Altura
|Light body and medium acidity. A hint of fruit at the beginning but mellow all the rest of the way.
|One Line Anaerobic Natural Gesha
|Well balanced. Only tried in one pourover but looking forward to trying this one again.
|Stumptown Holler Mountain
|One of my favorites. This is the first bag that I could actually taste the flavor notes. Would recommend if you're just getting started in specialty coffee.
|Darker than Holler Mountain but not so dark that it's bitter and it loses its flavor. A well balanced dark roast that genuinely tastes chocolatey.
|Intelligentsia Classic Espresso
|To be fair, I'm not pulling from an espresso machine, but this one does not taste very good. They say it tastes like raw sugar, dark chocolate, and marshmallows, but all I can taste is this weird fruity flavor that isn't very complex, isn't even that acidic or bitter, just tastes like rotten fruit.
|All Starbucks coffee
|Tastes like burnt dirt (except Siren's Blend and all of the blonde roasts)
Send an email to [email protected] to let me know which ones to try! If you click the link it'll give you a template to send to me:
Coffee name: Website: Price:
The rest is up to you! Tell me the flavor notes, a story about it, how long you've drank it, where they roast it, etc.!
Currently I only use an Aeropress for all of my brews. Here's a few of my favorite recipes:
|Coffee wt. (g)
|Water vol. (ml)
|Time to brew
|A good, drip-strength brew. Good for drinking with other things
|as quick as possible
|An espresso(ish)-strength brew. Pretty strong...
|Americano-esque, good for trying after the 18/90
I plan on getting a lever espresso machine in the near future. This is a placeholder for that machine.