Rhythmic - Melodic Coffee Blending
434 Houston Street, Suite 235, Nashville, TN 37203
2817 21st Avenue South, Nashville, TN 37212
Call for available blends and prices: 615-298-4728
As the name implies, Scott's Solos blends are composed of a single-source bean. Using the term "blend" here may seem a bit puzzling, but consider this fact: There are over a thousand chemical components in a green coffee bean, but after picking, cleaning, shipping, roasting, and, finally, brewing, only a very special blend of those components ends up in your mouth. It is that mix of flavors that we refer to as the "blend".
Like regular Scott's Solos, our Scott's A Cappella Solos start with a single-origin bean, but these little chanteurs and chanteuses get treated to a very special roasting profile.
Regular roasting takes beans through two "crackings". The second cracking, common to most roasting profiles, gives beans a dark color, "roasty" flavor, and a slick, strong-flavored coating of coffee oils--rather loud accompaniments that usually (and sometimes intentionally) drown out the more subtle voices of the beans.
Our carefully profiled A Cappella Solos are roasted just short of the second cracking, and what a difference that makes. Without the second cracking A Cappello Solos come out of the roaster medium to medium-dark brown in color with no oil slick. Most importantly of all, without all the second cracking's musical "sauce", you'll be able to fully appreciate the exquisite voices these beans are ready to share.
Everything we said about Scott's Duets goes for these A Cappella Duets, except, of course, these are roasted using the A Cappella roasting profile (see A Cappella Solos above for a complete description of this unique roasting process).
Three is definitely not a crowd at Noteable Blends (in our coffee bags or in our Blending Room™). Sometimes you just crave the merriment of the more, and Scott's Ensembles deliver. Our trios, quartets, and more will bring a touch of the symphony to your taste buds.
Hmm, is that a bassoon I'm tasting, or a bass oboe?
Everything we said about Scott's Ensembles goes for these A Cappella Ensembles, except, of course, these are roasted using the A Cappella roasting profile (see A Cappella Solos above for a complete description of this unique roasting process).