Today we had a terrible storm here in the netherlands. since it was a day off, i remained inside, had a slow breakfast, brewed some coffee and decided to clean the coffee grinder. now, nerdy question below for any comandante grinder owners who care to offer their thoughts.
the red rubber ring that’s installed next to the spring tore apart. it was there when i cleaned the grinder last time though. do you guys know what’s its purpose? do i urgently need a replacement or will it work just fine without it? hey @comandantegrinder, if you’re listening, your advice would be very much appreciated 👌
3 days ago
Was given some indonesian coffee by @e.w.l and gave it a go on the ap using a much lower brew temp of 88c. always an experience to try new coffees!
it is a wet-hulled s795 cultivar from jagong jeget in central aceh roasted by sensa koffie. in the cup, i got a strong roasty note (must be due to the uneven roasting and somewhat medium roast in general), some red apple acidity, cocoa nibs / dark chocolate, black tea and very dry mouthfeel. i think overall this has come a long way from what i vaguely remember about indonesian coffees in the past, which was mainly darkly roasted and has no fruity notes. thanks for letting me try these eko!
@lilocoffee | aricha, ethiopia 🇪🇹
nice coffee. sweet and juicy strawberries 🍓☕️🍓
have a nice friday 🤗