To go with the Grand Opening events that started on Friday last I have roasted up some fresh batches of some new coffees. These coffees have been roasted up in smaller batches than usual, and the quantity of green beans that I have on hand is limited. Some very special coffees:
- Brazilian Planalto Estate – Another good coffee from Brazil. This time form an estate rather than a region. Typical of Brazilian coffees but with more depth. I have roasted this in a fairly dark roast.
- Cuban Serrano Superior – Cuban coffees seem to take dark roasts well. They also have their own unique flavours and aromas. If you like dark roasted coffee this one is for you.
- Haitian Grand Cru de Beaumont (Sauve AX) – A relatively rare coffee. Nice high notes that don’t sacrifice the richness. I have roasted this on the dark side of medium.
- Papau New Guineau: Sigri Plantation – This part of the world produces coffees with lots of flavour and aroma. A dark roasted coffee, but not too dark