So, what is the taste and smell of jasmine? Yirgacheffes often have the most clear-cut jasmine notes of any coffee, but...
Here's a few coffees with exciting, snappy, zingy, citrusy, tart, vibrant notes
A few coffees where chocolate notes take the spotlight.
This is a very educational exercise you can easily try at home.
Sometimes tasting something that isn't coffee can help you learn more about what your coffee tastes like.
I recently caught glimpse of this and found it very thought-provoking.
Cupping and talking about the taste lexicon of coffee with Tom and Chris Schooley
Describing the basic flavors of coffee.
tasting differences in two roasts, and then tasting the differences in the same coffees via different methods
This has been a very challenging week for cupping. Why? I can't taste.
Last year Aleco and I were traveling in Rwanda, and made a shocking discovery in the Western district of Nyamasheke.
some fun tastings that you can set up to learn more about different flavors in coffee
We say time and again that the term "acidity" is used as a descriptor of positive attributes in coffee....
Nuttiness can be the result of processing, either purposeful or otherwise. It can also be the result of bean density...
In this funny little experiment, Tom ground and brewed coffee at various stages from green to a City+ roast.
Recently, Sweet Maria's staff got together to compare our unusual offerings of tea.
I come back to this thought very often, the difference between tasting or cupping coffee and drinking it.
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