Posted Thu Dec 19, 2013, 7:57am Subject: Re: New to home brewing Espresso, looking for a chocolaty mocha to brew.
Another roaster to recommend would be Bodka Coffee bodkacoffee.com. Their Main Squeeze Espresso blend is quite nutty, chocolaty. Similar to a cafe mocha at times in milk drinks. Also a very easy to dial in blend. I've been quite happy with it and the wife loves it in a latte.
Hdale85 Senior Member Joined: 15 Dec 2013 Posts: 10 Location: Ohio Expertise: I love coffee
Posted Thu Dec 19, 2013, 1:19pm Subject: Re: New to home brewing Espresso, looking for a chocolaty mocha to brew.
Well you were right about ordering from someone other than the roaster, my beans were roasted 10/10......so they aren't that fresh at all. Do you think they would be ok to use? or should I just see about getting a refund lol?
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