Waiting for coffee Watching the day pass us by A Sunny Morning
It’s Getting Colder The Long days are shorter now The Black Coffee soothes
It may seem a little looney, however, my whole photowandrring routine started as a coffee run. Kids were out of school and I had a duty not to wake them up. It’s a simple goal. So instead of just staying in the house quietly I get up and walk, always seeking coffee. One of my favorite places to go for coffee is in DUMBO and that’s where I ended up on this fine day.
Well, it has been about three weeks, and the coffee bourbon has been poured, poured, tested, shared with some whiskey loving friends and tasted some more. It was a good experiment. The coffee bourbon came out a lot more mellow than it went in. The Jim Beam bourbon I used was harsh, unrefined. and this experiment made it a lot nicer to drink. The great thing is this will get better over time. Thre first batch will not be finished when the second is ready and I will have to bottles of coffee whiskey. Here is what I am going to do for the next batch and other notes.
- Make an Irish coffee with the current batch
- I will use a better bourbon/whiskey, not sure which one yet, I need to do some testing
- I am going to use a slightly finer grind of coffee, possible Ethiopian in origin for a better flavor.
- I will keep the ratio about the same.
- There is Caffein in the whiskey that goes straight to your head.
- Goes well with coffee (more…)
Because I always want to try something new and I am interested in the unknown, I decided to do an experiment. One day while, on the web I ran into an interesting topic, coffee whiskey. I thought why not have a laugh and try it. My bride thought I was insane so I knew it was a good idea. So I bought some meh whiskey and some good coffee and decided to give it a go.
I have had single origin coffee from many places in the world, but none from China. While in New York one day I stopped at McNultys Coffee and while looking…
Its been a while since I had Kohana Coffee. I have been trying a variety of different coffees, lately, however Kohana is one of the roasters alway on the top of my list. I always end up sipping on their coffee at some point. I have recently been sipping on their ‘ready to drink’ selection and the kind folks ,there, sent me a sample of their Brazil Santa Rita. I had never tried it before so my curiosity was peaked.