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Last year, Jason Gonzalez of Burlington’s Onyx Tonics Specialty Coffee offered a one-time coffee tasting, with a idea of pity information about a differences between beans from opposite tools of a world. The category was a hit, and this year, he’s charity a whole series. The sessions will start on a second Tuesday of any month.
On Tuesday, Feb 13, during 5:30 p.m., a array kicks off with an hourlong scrutiny directed during introducing tasters to a several coffee flourishing regions. Between sips, Gonzalez will share information about a flavors one competence design to find in a assorted coffees, though also about how some beans mangle all a rules.
How will it work? “We’re going to decoction 6 or 8 coffees,” he explained. “We’ll speak about any one, and we’ll all ambience together.” It will be, he noted, a lot like a booze tasting. Beans will come from Vivid Coffee Roasters in Winooski, Brio Coffeeworks in Burlington, and George Howell Coffee in Massachusetts.
Although a monthly classes will be “lightly progressive,” he said, we don’t need to make a commitment. If we do come to all of them, he suggested, “it would be a good approach to swell [in knowledge] and ambience a lot of coffee.”
As Gonzalez points out, it’s tough to review season when we don’t ambience things side by side. And few people buy mixed cups of coffee during once in sequence to get some-more savvy. “Trying them one during a time, it’s tough to get your conduct around it,” he said.