Occasionally when you visit Roasters, you’ll see a pot of coffee with a Big Question Mark on it. That usually means one of two or three things: I’m playing with the roast of a familiar or a new bean, I’m playing with a new blend, or I don’t really know the beans that are in the blend, their ratio, but they taste good and I’m sharing the unknown with you. I have found in the past that when I’m working on the ideal roast, it’s helpful to have customer input. Sometimes your palates tell me things I’ve missed. However, when I identify the bean’s origin, it’s part of our desire to categorize that tells us things that may or may not be true of the particular coffee we’re tasting. I really appreciate the fact that you are willing to taste and tell. I enjoy having you as part of the search for awesomeness in coffee. Keep up the good work.