My Coffee is Better Than Yours
I was recently given a bag of limited edition Guatemala Huehuetenango coffee beans (yes, I can pronounce that, fast, as many times as I like) from Kansas City's own coffee prodigy, the Roasterie. Check out the specs on this baby from CoffeeReview.com, who rated it 92 out of 100:
Sweet-impressioned, deep aroma complicated by dried cherry and hints of chocolate and cedar. Simplifies slightly in the cup, but a silky sweetness and quiet, vibrant acidity compensate. Almost sugary sweet in the long, clean finish.I'm drinking my first cup now, and it's incredible. I can see that I'll need to start making more money so I can journey further into this wonderland called gourmet coffee.