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Skylar
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Posted Thu May 23, 2013, 2:03pm
Subject: Liquid amber is back
 

After a period when the components were apparently not either available or up to snuff, SM has within the last week or so announced the availability of liquid amber blend. I literally roasted the last of a ten pounder and was grousing that I would have to do without, and just for the heck of it checked their site and found it on the list. I ordered another ten pounder and a couple of other things too. A heads up for the folks who like it.


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Posted Thu May 23, 2013, 2:11pm
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Do you use LA for strictly espresso? I tend to roast for both espresso and pour over, but I really want to try LA. You think it'd be any good with a V60 or Chemex?
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Posted Thu May 23, 2013, 2:25pm
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Can't remember using it for drip. I use a chemex and actually it might make an interesting experiment what with the robusta and the monsooned coffees in the blend. Certainly as straight shot (though it is a blend which was constructed to stand up to milk) it is mighty tasty.



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