Some chocolate eggs didn't sell. I'm eating them instead of selling at a discount.

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My last gift coffee is three roasts of the same coffee. I've worked with the person who roasted these on education stuff, so that was a nice surprise. It's a lovely Peruvian microlot and the gimmick is that the three roasts were taken to the same ending temperature but with proportional stretching.

Continuing on with the gift coffee, it looks like everything that I got is roasted what I'd consider light. French press is probably not the ideal brewing method for this particular coffee, but especially as it cools it's quite good. The Ethiopian coffee dominates the flavor profile, but the Guatemalan coffee in the blend lends better balance to the cup.

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Continuing on with tasting my gift coffees is a Maui Mokka. Still pretty light, but quite a bit darker than yesterday's Mexican coffee (which read at almost an 80). This one came in at 51.5/62.2. I tasted this brewed with the lab water at the event so it'll be interesting to taste what kind of differences I observe using my water.

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The cat was not a fan of my being out of town for almost a week. Requested far below average cuddles last night/this morning.

I also got other people's coffees to enjoy and this cupping spoon.

Instructor group photo from yesterday. Roasting Styles Exploration

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