Today I have brewed up and I'm drinking some Whittwords, I think that's the spelling, of Chelsea coffee ground for espresso, I brew it up and drink it in a big mug instead of the regular wee shot cup thing.
I'm a coffee philistine really but I'd love to be totally bourgousie about it and know all about different blends and strengths and ways of brewing.
I admit I am still bitter about Gevalia discontinuing Cafe Glockenspiel blend of coffee (named for the cafe in Salzburg) and that was years ago. Why do the products I prefer get discontinued? wah wah.
Speaking of bitterness, does anyone read Cooks Illustrated or has anyone tried out this Hourglass Cold Brew Coffee System they reviewed? It supposedly makes coffee with less acid and caffeine and less bitterness. Not that I am unsatisfied with my system, but I'm slightly intrigued by this.
Currently brewing: Guatemala Antigua by Starbucks.
Yes, I know. But it was a gift and I do love Latin American coffees.