How to Taste Coffee
Notes of citrus. Chocolate undertones. Floral hints. If the language of coffee flavour profiles sometimes leaves you a bit cold – or makes you interested in learning more – then fear not. You don’t have to...
philwbass: #photobyLT - then on the @taylors of Harrogate Discovery range - small batch premium specialty with a story. 1: Discovery 2: @pav.cius roasting at a more familiar scale 3: Taylors has more Q graders than any other UK company 4: Sherry barrel ageing 5: Cupping with Liam 6: Beardnet fashions
rolandsquire87 Really impressed by this Colombia Red Geisha by @taylors. Up front there is lots of strawberry sweetness (reminds me of a sweet that I just can’t remember!) and then as it cools there’s lots of florid notes (slight liquor flavour as well). Wonderful..(thanks to @philwbass for the heads up about this coffee)
caffeinemag: Seasonal brew ☕️ Each issue, we choose a coffee that we think is the must-have of the season. This issue, we just couldn't pick one - so we have two! We were blown away by how great La Ortiga by @bailiescoffee tasted (like a cinnamon milkshake!), as well as @taylors Red Geisha (the main notes were strawberries and tropical fruit). If you have the chance, give 'em a go and let us know what you think! 🍓🥝⠀ ⠀