Our Tasting of Central American Coffees Continues

As you might have noticed on our Facebook post of May 18, we have been “cupping” or tasting different Central American coffees as the new crop becomes available.

This was the Kaffeeklatsch tasting crew at work. The day’s task was sampling two Mexican coffees. Sadly, neither one made the cut so we are back to the drawing board. However, we have more samples of Mexican coming soon and high hopes of pleasing our discerning Mexican customers. Over the past few days we have sampled a lovely Honduran coffee that we purchased and will have available soon. We tried a new Costa Rican coffee that didn’t compare to the Costa Rica La Minita that we have carried for years. Every day of sampling coffee is a new adventure, and Grant and Kathy are happy to now have the help of Jonathan, Katie and Joanna.

At The Kaffeeklatsch we “cup” or taste samples of each and every coffee before buying. Coffee cupping, or coffee tasting, is the practice of observing the tastes and aromas of brewed coffee. It is a professional practice but

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