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Speaking of service, my '65 Rolex Datejust got some water in it this past Saturday, condensation formed on the crystal, and it stopped running yesterday. The good news is that I got it in for service before any rust started forming. The bad news is that they need to do a complete service at $500. I asked how water got past the screw down crown and they said the crystal is cracked near the bezel. The bummer is that I don't know if the crystal got cracked during the time it...
I brewed two cups of the Gesha today, one a pour over using the Kone and the other in the Aeropress. The best way to describe Gesha is "effervescent." Even though I way over-roasted, it still retains the same mouth feel as the best sparkling water. Unfortunately, the floral/fruit qualities were subdued due to my poor roast. Still good cups, just not outstanding as I have come to expect from Gesha.
Exactly what I think of the Submariner being worn by people who never get wet unless it rains or a Daytona/Speedmaster being worn by people whose mode of transport is of the public variety.
Apropos of nothing other than my incessant curiosity, I really like the Pita Barcelona dive watches as the ultimate alternative to a Submariner. 2000m and 5000m options.
The new + panel for my Behmor has started my learning curve again. I hammered a roast of Gesha this morning. I was targeting 15% weight loss (City-City+) and got 17% (Full City-Full City+). I would usually be fine with 17%, but Gesha is the one varietal that everyone says should not get anywhere near 2nd crack. I will find out in a couple of days how it impacts the flavor.
None more black (gray?).
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Yes, I can.Just because you have not experienced it does not mean it is impossible.
A good roaster can achieve that balance across a wide variety of subjective palates.
When both are present without either one dominating at the expense of the other.
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