This past weekend I participated in the business fair “Savour the Pontiac” held in Quyon, Québec. A good time, with good people.
For the event this weekend I had specifically roasted up some additional coffees. Some of these are not part of my regular line-up, some are cycled through on my regular rotation of features.
- The Sumatra Blue Tawar was my feature roast last week and as it was a hit I did up an extra batch for Savour the Pontiac. I have some of this big-flavoured coffee left.
- I usually roast the Costa Rican La Horqueta at a Medium-Light profile. This produces a complex flavoured coffee with hints of fruit and light caramel. The dark roast version of La Horqueta I have here is a strong flavoured coffee that still retains some of that fruit and caramel but with a deep, strong added intensity. This one was a hit at Savour the Pontiac.
- Finally, I also roasted up a batch of the feature from a few weeks back. The Salimba Estate coffee from the eastern highlands in Zimbabwe is a coffee that though I find it lighter than the Blue Tawar or the La Horqueta, it is sweeter and brighter.
Get them while they last!