BODY—Describes the “mouthfeel” of the coffee as it settles on your tongue, its tactile impression or weight
and consistency as perceived in the mouth; the coffee’s heaviness or viscosity (thickness), which contributes
to a sensation of the coffee’s richness, its flavor and aroma.
Extracted oils resulting from the brewing process also contribute to the body. French Presses and
espressos have more body due to the brewing method, while drip/filter machines remove desirable
flavor oils resulting in a coffee with a lighter body. A coffee’s body may be light or thin, medium, full
or very full (e.g., buttery or syrupy). A fuller-bodied gourmet coffee retains more flavor when diluted.
Sourdough, fresh eggs, side of choice
Rich espresso, creamy organic milks: coconut, almond and soy available
Fruit, flax granola, & yogurt
Fresh always free-range
Prepared in true New England fashion.
Organic mozzarella. Fresh local vegetables.
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