This morning, I sit sipping on a nice cup of 36 hour rested PNG Kimel Plantation Peaberry roasted to about 435-440F on Sunday evening. It could use more rest – there is a nice flavor to the bean: I’m finding the maltiness, but little else. As the beans rest stretches out, it should exhibit more of the flavors noted in the review. Now, once the malt flavor passes, you have very little flavor present. It’s still a nice coffee, but not stellar.
On another note, I was looking at my google feeds this morning and saw an interesting one from Adrian Warnock on the importance of stories in the development/change of worldview. The entry is actually by Andrew Fountain. Go read it or listen. Andrew has a nice and compelling argument, that we, the followers of Christ in the 21st Century, have lost our Biblical understanding of scripture. We don’t know the stories in the way we should – a Biblical Theology in story. Not going to nitpick about things – overall good.
For more on storytelling and some exciting news, check an old seminary mate’s sit.
Solo Deo Gloria,