Posted Thu May 15, 2008, 1:52am Subject: Re: San Francisco Cafe Crawl: Spring 2008, Road Reports
Time to drive back to the south bay. I was able to make a quick stop by Trouble coffee in San Francisco on May 12. No, I do not want toast with my double ristretto which was pulled with Ecco cafe Northern Italian Roast beans.
Posted Thu May 15, 2008, 10:33am Subject: Re: San Francisco Cafe Crawl: Spring 2008, Road Reports
I've had Panama Esmeralda from Paradise Roasters, Stumptown, Intelligentsia, Peet's and when I saw that Flying Goat had Esmeralda on the shelf I just had to try this one too. Boat shaped beans look darker than light medium roast to me. Ristrettos were very nice with winey fruit. Some shots had perfume flavors which I've never had before. Nice after taste.
Posted Sun Jul 13, 2008, 2:46pm Subject: Re: San Francisco Cafe Crawl: Spring 2008, Road Reports
I also had this macchiato made with the Sweet Tooth espresso. Very unusual to have a fruity milk based espresso drink. I have to get used to this. I normally have macchiatos that have a strong chocolate espresso flavor.
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