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Grinding Beans for Cold Brew


I grew a tail.
I have found a small coffee shop in downtown Carrollton TX not far from where I live. It's called Lemma Roasters and they also ship. They usually have 4 or 5 beans in rotation and only buy from small farmers. Usually a mix of South America and Africa. Last week I bought two bags of Roberto Gonzales from Honduras. The flavor profile is advertised as Floral, Sweet, Chocolate. I brewed a pot of drip and it was good but I really did not detect the flavor profile. Next I switched over to a course grind and made a pitcher of cold brew. Oh my gosh that was good. To me they are spot on with that flavor profile. I have found my favorite cold brew beans.
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