|Manufacturer||49th Parallel Coffee|
|Product Weight (lbs.)||1.0000|
|Coffee by Type||Whole Bean|
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- Best medium roast hands downReview by Michel
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The beans are best the first 3 days after roasting, with strong chocolate notes. Day 4-8, the bitterness comes out so best to dial back the yield slightly, or shorten the shot depending on your machine/setup. After day 8, you can go back to normal yield and the bitterness will return as time goes on.
Even into the third week after roasting the predominant notes are still floral and chocolate.
I have had people say a latte made with this roast tastes better than hot chocolate, and is the only bean, where I know everyone will ask for a second cup. That good.
Note - roasted in Vancouver, BC in very small batches, and they run a mean donut shop as well!. You will find the bean profile not only changes day-to-day after roasting, but slightly between batches. They typical have to re profile the blend 2-3 times a year, as they rotate their bean sources.
Don't miss their other single source blends. (Posted on 2/28/2016)