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Caracolillo Coffee Mill in Tampa
I agree about single origins. I'm a blend guy. I like classic nutty rich chocolatey coffee. I try new single origins every once in a while to remind my self why I don't drink them. I'm a bluebottle at home espresso drinker, but travel with an area press and do pour overs in the afternoon to mix it up. I just very recently started making cold brew and have been loving it. I follow the ratios on the Bluebottle page and use a french press and "brew" for 24 hours. I have tried a few different flavors but have been really enjoying the 3 Africans. Apparently its what they use in there small 8oz can that they sell for 5$I highly recommend trying some to cold brewing to your routine. I want to try the Nel drip. I went to a demo and watched James Freeman (Bluebottle Founder) do it and he said it was one of his favorites.
We definitely share similar tastes in coffee, in fact I think you might be the one who turned me on to the Hayes Valley from Blue Bottle by means of mick wolfe. It’s one of if not my favorite go to bean. Any other beans from Blue Bottle you can recommend that’s as good as the Hayes Valley?
Yeah I trust Mick, his taste in coffee as much as I do audio gear. I buy a bag of Hayes Valley and a bag of 17ft celling. Every week. Maybe I like the 17ft better. Definitely try it. I go through one bag and then the other.
Thanks! Will definitely give the 17ft a go.
I’m in NY but have a subscription for Blue Bottle delivered every other week. I rotated the blends for a while and decided I like a heavier blend. Both Giant Steps and 17 Ft Ceiling were great but I landed on Bella Donovan for my use in pour over, Aeropress or my Bona Vita drip machine.
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