It seems that my coffees the past month or so have been in the light category.  Light-loving Ethiopians, the Brazil Yellow Bourbons which flourish in the light roasts, Centrals, etc.  We’ll, I’ve rebelled.  Last week, I received my most recent order: two Tanzanias, a Colombia and a Brazil.  I’ve been sampling them, planning on either the Brazil or Colombia for a roasting demo next month.

This is one of the joys of homeroasting: you experience the gambit of the coffee world.  Furthermore, it’s fresh, according to the cycles of life.  I’ll have to roast up some more for a trip this weekend – family reunion and birthdays for our two oldest.  And try to get my head around how to present <a href=””>Ecclesiastes 3</a> for my next sermon.

Solo Deo Gloria,


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  1. Jan says:

    I love that passage. I always look at it as life has seasons. I especially choose that view when I’m in a tough time. It’s a season. I can’t wait to hear your thoughts on the Brazil. I don’t think I got a good roast on my sample so I’m trying to decide if I should try it again or not. Have a safe trip!

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