Well, this morning was an opportunity blend morning. All I had roasted was a Rwanda Kinunu Bourbon and a bit of Indian Anohki. I’ve been dreading the Anohki for a while, so it’s been sitting for longer than typical, close to 2 weeks. The aroma was still there with the beans, overly pungent fruit smells (checked last night). So, with trepidation, I ground the two, poured into the French Press and proceeded to brew the brew.
The result? Perfection! The fruited sweetness was muted, but present, by the Rawanda. The mix was somewhere between 55-60% Rawanda, 40-45% Indian. Quite nice. Now I think I’ve found the use for the remaining half pound!
Still yet, even though the beans weren’t my favorite, I don’t regret the purchase at all. Some of the joy of homeroasting is the adventure, the experiment!
Solo Deo Gloria,