In the history of the old west, in Wyoming, people rarely talk about the importance of a simple invention – the Hitching Post. When a someone wanted to go in for a shave, buy supplies, or have a drink, what did the do with the horse they rode in on? 3 simple poles were the answer. Wrap the reins around the cross post and your horse would stay put. The powerful horse we measure now use to measure the power of a cars engine would not move if it was hitched to the Hitching Post!
Blended with Nigragua and Brazil Peaberry beans, roasted dark. This blend has an uptick in caffiene - a sure fire eye opener! Flavors to be expected are dark chocolate, sweetness of dried fruit, caramel, granola and nuttiness. This blend was so much fun to create and one that has become a staple in our grinder.
Light - Roasted to our lightest level. Usually before first cracks end. Called a Half City Roast.
Medium/Light - Roasted to first crack. Called a City Roast.
Medium - Roasted after first cracks before well before second crack. Called a City+ Roast.
Medium/Dark - Roasted to the start of second cracks.
Dark - Roasted from the start of second cracks to 15 seconds into second cracks.
Very Dark - Roasted beyond 15 seconds into second cracks.