Posted Tue Apr 24, 2012, 5:46pm Subject: judge my pour
Folks, if you have the time, could I convince some brave souls take a look here, http://bit.ly/I9BkiM and give me your best guess at what's going on? I'm new to not only recording my pours but opening them up to the crowd. Be gentle.
A couple of notes: It's Decaf Super Tuscan, from The Roasterie, pulled on a Silvia using a triple basket. Convex temper.
It looked pretty good BUT, it would help if you pulled it into a marked glass container. It would let us see the crema and volume poured. Your timing, 27 seconds, looks good.
There are so many factors to getting a great shot. Start with the coffee. When was it roasted? What is the make-up of the blend (if possible to find out). What is the roast level? I don't do decafs so cannot comment on the difference between regular and decaf pours.
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