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Time to start the fun of 'Blending Beans'
It's time for me to start having some fun blending beans for my morning espresso's. SO is interesting, but it's time to change things up slightly, so I'm putting together an order with the following beans:
Indonesian Sumatran Wahana Estate - Longberry - 3kg
Indonesian Sumatran Mandheling - Blue Batak - 2kg
Brazil Daterra Estate - Sweet Collection - 3kg
Brazil Fazenda Laranjal - Yellow Bourbon - 3kg
Ethiopia Yirgacheffe Dumerso - 2kg
I've also got the following still at home:
Australian - Green Cauldron Estate - 1kg
Cuban Turquino - 1kg
Indian Monsoon Malabar AA - 1kg
Peru Grace Estate - 1kg
From what I've read around the place, a blend of 50% Brazilian, 30% Indo and 20% Ethiopian appears reasonably popular, hence my order is biased this way. Hopefully with enough variety for me to come up with a nice combination. I'm going to roast some of the Wahana as SO, as it sounds very interesting to try by itself :-)
Any other suggestions for blends with what I'm ordering and what I have?