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Thread: The Coffeehouse.... Baristi, Barista, Bariste

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    Thats different Marco , Not seen coffee with fresh ground black pepper on it before
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    Quote Originally Posted by struth View Post
    And was it?
    All coffees that are the same vary between batches I find. Or I vary. One of the two.

    Answer is dunno yet. Will spin some up in a bit. But it needs a few days to be at its best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Audio Al View Post
    Thats different Marco , Not seen coffee with fresh ground black pepper on it before
    Don't be daft, it's baby sheep droppings!

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    Grinder set too tight but this still displays Kenyan Peaberry traits I like. With the grind set right I am sure it'll be better. In fact I know it will.

    It has an almost fizzy effect on your tongue. A bit like that flavour is trying to dig into it. Hard to describe and almost unique. In fact I have had no other coffee that does it so maybe it is unique

    There's almost a taste of liquorice and then you decide it isn't a taste of liquorice. Aniseed? Nope, not that either.

    It's a complex coffee. I like Wogan's pricing and think this one is very, very good value.

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    Grind still slightly out.

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    Local eating dive coffee.

    Quite good.

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    Not great but pass marks
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    Much better, mate! That looks REAL, rather than 'dayglow' synthetic (I'm talking about the pic, not the quality of the coffee)

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    This morning's effort including horseradish mustard and cheddar toast.

    Grind is now right.

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    horseradish mustard and cheddar toast.

    You put that lot through your grinder
    Music is vinyl it fills the gaps between silence !

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