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10/18/2019 2:37 PM
Eth Nat Yirg Idido roasted yesterday. I dropped some off at a friends coffee shop. In a few days he will brew it and tell me what he thinks. We believe my roasts are better than what we buy.

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The 7th World Cup Tasters Championship 2010
DavidG
The 7th World Cup Tasters Championship 2010

http://www.world-...nship.com/

Excerpt: "The objectives of this competition are many: To educate and motivate the cup tasters of the world. To give them the same status and credibility as the wine tasters, and to promote the concept of quality coffee as such.

To make the event fair to all the coffee cultures of the world we do not ask the cup tasters to identify or judge coffees. We simply test their skills to discriminate between tastes in triangular tests. 8 triangles are set on the table. In each two cups are identical, one is different. With ability to smell, taste, memorise and concentrate the competitor will identify the odd cup in the triangles. The one with the most correct wins. With equal numbers the one with the shortest time win. The organizers sets up the triangles with selected coffees from all over world, and the spectators will be able to taste the coffees after the competition."

Oh, what fun this would be! Oh, wait -- we can all play this game at home, too. An intriguing method for us all to push our tastebuds and noses, indeed. Start with Guat-Guat-Sulawesi... difficulty increases with Rwanda-Rwanda-Tanzania... master class: Sidamo1-Sidamo1-Sidamo2

Anyone try something like this before?

DavidG
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John Despres
Every cup of coffee I brew.
But I don't blend, so I'm in the open intermediary division, I think.

And I'm not very good at it...:@

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