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Ecuador Finca El Pino by William Abed
Recipe ratio: 20g in | 52g outSuites: FilterTaste: Mango & honeyMORE info
BRAZIL SANTA HEDWIRGES BY HUGO BRITO
Recipe: 20g in / 53g out / 18secSuited to: EspressoTaste: Blackcurrant & chocolateMORE info
COLLIDER
Recipe: 21g in / 36g out / 25 sec.Suited to: All methodsTaste: Ripe berryMORE info
RESERVOIR
Recipe: 21g in / 47g out / 27 secSuited to: All methodsTaste: VibrantMORE info
KILLERBEE
Recipe: 21g in / 37.5g out / 28 secSuited to: All methodsTaste: cacoTaste: caramelTaste: Roasted almondsMORE info
YEEHAH!
Recipe: 20g in / 33g out / 28 secSuited to: All methodsTaste: BoldMORE info
AWOL - Decaf
Recipe: 21g in / 39g out / 25 secSuited to: All methodsTaste: CaramelMORE info
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THE IDEAL FRESHNESS POCKET

The freshness of roasted coffee beans directly impacts the quality of the end cup. The best cup comes from coffee beans that aren’t too fresh but haven’t yet turned stale.  

The general rule? 

Brew with beans that have been rested for a week from roast, and are less than 6 weeks old.  

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