I have been remiss at publishing this data in a timely manner.
As promised, for anyone interested the data is available here.
weighing bloody beans!
manual coffee brewing:
a pain in the tits
*EDIT* PLACES NOW FULL
For a little over 2 months participants in this study have been making and rating coffee beverages, measuring TDS and submitting data online. In that time a couple of hundred samples have been collected. Samples are still being submitted, albeit at a much slower rate than in the beginning.
Participation has until now been limited to individuals with access to a coffee refractometer. In a way this is what makes that study so beautiful, my job is merely to compile the data at the end. The collection is self-sufficient, the only exertion is on the part of the particpants. Read the rest of this entry »
Big thanks to Jessica McDonald from Square Mile on this.
I popped into the Square Mile Roastery a couple of weeks ago, and they had a clipboard with this sheet on it to record all their brews to enter into the research thing we’re doing. It’s a blindingly obvious (why didn’t I think of that) kind of thing, so very closely based on their design – here is a form for anyone else to use…