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Mean Mug Coffee Roasters
This week Jacob, @N7CoffeeLab, headed to Northshore in Downtown Chattanooga at Mean Mug Coffee Roasters. This is their second location. It has been open little over […]
One bag down, and four to go. Just finished up Central Kenya from Velo. Made it on a V60 with several ratios and decided that 16:1 yielded the best. It had a sweet caramel aroma. The taste was grapefruit on the front and tomato on the back. Buttery body and a tart acidity. The aftertaste was lingering. Highly recommend if you like juicy…[Read more]
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Jeremiah Kinser wrote a new post, Velo Coffee Roasters | Wake up and Smell the Apples 3 weeks ago
Velo Coffee Roasters
Welcome to our weekly spotlight coffee. This week Jacob, from N7 Coffee Lab, and I traveled down Main Street in downtown Chattanooga to a coffee shop that has been […]
Jeremiah Kinser started the topic Velo Coffee Roasters | Wake up and Smell the Apples in the forum Spotlight Coffee 3 weeks ago
This weeks spotlight coffee is from Velo Coffee Roasters! To learn more about it, head on over to our blog section. The ingedients for the Wake up and Smell the Appples starts with an espresso shot followed by some warm spiced cider and a slice of an orange peel!
If you are local, go by and try it and come back here for your feedback. If you are…[Read more]
The whole idea of our forum is to build a strong coffee community with discussions on everything coffee. Let’s share our thoughts and questions on coffee that we have tried or that we want to try but we are curious about. Once a week I will talk about a coffee of the week and put it up for discussion. Maybe you are not a big coffee connoisseur b…[Read more]
How can something with only two ingredients (coffee beans and water) have so many endless variations and possibilities? On the one hand, it’s fun to figure out the myriad differences between this and that type o […]
Thus far, every coffee Kinser and Kent have experienced from the Mistobox subscription has been very educational. A lot of us don’t treat coffee like a craft beer or wine, and that is all changing. Taking time t […]
It seems the world has trouble understanding how Espresso differentiates from regular coffee: I’m here to solve this problem. First off, let me clarify; it’s Espresso, not Expresso. There is simply no “X” in Espr […]
It has been a few weeks now since the first Mistobox opening, and what Kinser and Kent have discovered with every bag of coffee so far is each one has so much character, quality, and beauty to it. For Kinser, it […]
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