Yesterday I had the pleasure to drop-in on three coffee enthusiasts who responded to my invitation to be coffee guinea pigs. I roasted an Ethiopian Horse Harrar and was curious how regular coffee drinkers would like it.
These beans were roasted to a medium (City +) roast and brewed in a press. They were served cooler than I would have liked, but that’s what happens when you serve coffee in a to-go cup!
Actually, serving coffee at a temperature of 170 degrees may be a good thing in that the full flavor can be savored when a drinker isn’t worried about getting burned!
Today I plan to make it out to four coffee guinea pigs with an Indian Mysore roasted to a Vienna roast.
If you’d like to be a coffee guinea pig for Blacksmith Coffee Roastery, there are still a few openings left.
You can sign up here if you’re interested.
It’s a fun way to get unique coffee delivered to you for free. You don’t have to know anything about coffee, just be willing to give an honest opinion about what you like/dislike or notice about the sample coffee I deliver to you.