Monthly Archives: June 2014

Stretching the Legs: Various

Again this past little while the cycling has been a mixed bag. Most of it is commuting into the shop here at Art Brulant, but, for variation, some of it not so. Trying to tack some extra riding onto a … Continue reading

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Marcio Melo – Dreamer/Rêveur: Exhibition at – chez Art Brûlant & IMPRESSIONS

Dreamer “The title of this exhibition “Dreamer” relates to its meaning in the large sense of the word. By dreamer I mean the one who creates by taking ordinary situations to levels beyond reason and infusing them with unexpected possibilities … Continue reading

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Stretching the Legs: A Mixed Bag

The past couple of weeks has been a mixed bag when it comes to riding opportunities. Heat, sun, rain, wind, etc. One ride home I watched three storm fronts. The Northern front stayed north. The front from the South West moved on … Continue reading

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Featured Roast/Torréfaction de la semaine: Yemen Mocha Mattari

A classic “Mocha” from one of the oldest coffee growing regions in the world the Yemen Mocha Mattari. For more on this great coffee I have reviewed it here and here.

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Featured Roast/Torréfaction de la semaine: Indian Mosooned Malabar- It’s Back!

The Indian Monsooned Malabar is back! Some of you have been asking about this coffee. It is here as this weeks feature. I am probably repeating myself, but here goes. The Monsooned Malabar has a very long history that goes … Continue reading

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