I Logged All the Coffee Beans I Tried Last Year and It Changed My Life

From foodandwine.com

Like most Americans, I drink a lot of coffee—somewhere in the neighborhood of the three cups average U.S. coffee drinkers down each day. Unlike most Americans, however, I work from home, meaning I am solely responsible for the purchasing and preparation of every single one of those cups. When I was younger, I gravitated towards darker roasts—“Italian” always seemed to work—and was happy with flavors like chocolate and caramel. But about a decade ago, a friend turned me on to third-wave roasters and single origin coffees, and, now, the tasting notes I seek are grapefruit, blueberry, and, my absolute favorite, tomato.

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