Artisan Roast: Cobblestone V2.8, Blend
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The blend is primarily designed for espresso but will work in other brew methods. We've put together some brew recipes with supporting tasting notes for different types of coffee maker to start you off. Please use these as a guide only:
Espresso - Dose - 19.5g/Yield - 36 - 38 @ 93.0°C/Brew time - Machine dependent in the range of 27 - 30 seconds. Tasting Notes: Caramel ,dark chocolate, dried redcurrant, red apple, amaretto finish with dense creamy mouth feel.
Espro Press (or French Press) - Dose - 20g/Water - 280ml @ 94°C/Grind - coarse/Brew time - 4:00. Tasting Notes: Caramel, dark chocolate, red apple, brown sugar sweetness.
Aeropress - Dose - 20g/Water 250ml @ 94.5°C/Grind - Slightly coarser than filter/Brew time - 3:00. Tasting Notes: Milk chocolate, ameretto, pomegranate, vanilla, lemon citrus acidity, creamy mouthfeel.
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Initial collection: Artisan Roast - Edinburgh
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