Coffees with more mucilage appear darker because of the higher sugar content drying on the parchment. In the cup, black honey coffees will typically have bigger body and sweetness and less intense acidity than washed or gold honey processed coffees.
Ive had a lot of DP that had a yellowish color. Washed coffees always look the color of mint green. The only black coffees Ive had were conventional process decaf. SWP decafs retain a green (albeit darker green, more brownish) color. Good info though. Goes to show the variance that can occur in coffees before roasting and blending.
Ruins, transformed into a home in Taiwan; Designed by Casagranda Laboratory, Photographed by Adda Zei
by Bernard Capulong on Friday, Feb 28, 2014
It’s 2014. Most of the pocket knives shown on the site are modern folders, so today’s review should be a refreshing and interesting departure from the norm. The kind folks at Great Eastern Cutlery have sent me their River Boat Gambler “melon tester” pocketknife for this review. It’s not your granddad’s pocketknife, but it very well could be!
- “I hate mornings”— (via watersigning)
- Turn Ons:
- Intimacy. Hold my waist. Stroke my neck. Kiss my forehead. Hold my hand.
- Maturity. Patience is amazing. A prize will come to you...