We’re bringing you another fascinating tidbit of knowledge from our chat last week with our good friend Luke, founder of &Bloss Roastery and an international coffee sensory trainer, roaster, and passionate coffee lover.
(In case you missed the last video with Luke where we talk about how to get the most from our coffee’s flavor, check it out by clicking here)
We dove into the topic of how to improve our sense of taste.
Coffee is one of the most diverse drinks in the world. With countless preparation and brew methods, and having over 2000 flavor descriptors (while wine has approximately 800), there’s a reason coffee is called the ‘drink of 1000 flavors’.
You might think that you need to be a professional sensory expert to tap into your coffee’s full potential. But that’s definitely not the case!
Luke’s advice? You’ll have to watch our video to find out!
You’ll be surprised at how simple it is to train your taste buds and palate to pick up on the beautifully diverse flavors in your coffee.