Root Beer Coffee – Episode 73

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Overview

A Coffee Review of a Spanish Sol, a coffee that is being discontinued very soon.

Coffee & Description

Timothy’s Spanish Sol

A black licorice, mild sweetness and pleasing acidity with a root beer aftertaste.

Timothy’s Spanish Sol

7 out of 10

Aroma: 8
Acidity: 7
Body: 6
Flavor: 6
Aftertaste: 7

Question of the Day?

What is the rarest thing you have ever eaten or done?

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  1. Mike from Daily Shot Of Coffee

    I’m a little bit late here…been slammed with work on the day job side of things. But just wanted to say, it sounds like the kind of coffee that I would like.

    QOTD – Same as Melissa, the Kopi Luwak probably, however, I’ve had some other rare coffees this year, but the Kopi Luwak stands out.

  2. Neil

    @Melissa – Thanks for the info Melissa. I will have to try it because as coincidence would have it I live in Merrillville, IN. The sad thing is that I didn’t even realize Whiting had a Pierogi festival (and I love Pierogis).

  3. Jason Coffee

    @Indigo – Thanks for visiting and watching. I am so glad you enjoyed the post. It sounds like you have a pretty sensitive palette! I like your description of the taste nuances of snake. I hope my lips are easy to read over time and let me know if I can be more descriptive in my writing to help give you a better idea of what is going on in the video. Thanks again – Jason.

  4. Indigo

    Hi Jason,
    I came over from Blogged to check out your blog. Delighted to see you give a written
    preview as well as a video one of the coffee (Works for me being deaf). I’m pretty sure over time I’ll be able to learn the nuances of how you talk, hand movements etc. to read your lips well enough to follow. Some people are easier than others.

    As for a coffee with a Licorce aftertaste….it sounds interesting. I’m not sure I would appreciate it as much as I do licorce or rootbeer. Then again I like delicate, sweeter versions of coffee than heavier, stronger coffee.

    As for the strangest thing I’ve ever eaten – Water Mocassin snake and Rattle snake. And all the rumors about it tasting like chicken are only slightly true. It’s more like a cross between duck and fish with a more tender greasy meat.

    It’s been an enjoyable visit dear friend. (Hugs)Indigo

  5. Neil

    @Melissa – Melissa, where in the world does one find an all the root beer you can drink festival? I think I might be interested in such a festival; although I would want to quit before I overindulged and would want to swear off root beer indefinitely.

  6. Neil

    I love root beer, I love black licorice, and I love coffee. It sounds like this could have real potential if only I had a 1QuickCup brewer. It seems as if Timothy’s has some of the better coffees for the 1QuickCup.

    qotd? Probably the rarest/strangest thing that I have eaten is Kangaroo meat.

  7. Melissa

    A friend and I recently went to a festival that offered all-you-can-drink root beer. It was fun while it lasted, but we have now sworn off root beer indefinitely. Too much of a good thing, I guess.

    QOTD: I think the rarest thing I’ve ever tried is actually the Kopi Luwak I won here.

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