ryan brown wrote:i wrote it.
Jeff Jassmond wrote:To this day, my favorite descriptor is still "chocolate bunny rabbits."
SL28ave wrote:The "bunny rabbit" part of it is superfluous and confusing. What if you're afraid of bunnies but like chocolate?
rob mcdonough wrote:I think it is indicative of the quality of the perceived chocolate character...
SL28ave wrote:rob mcdonough wrote:I think it is indicative of the quality of the perceived chocolate character...
Exactly, it indicates rather than makes obvious. In the meanwhile bunnies stir emotions.
SL28ave wrote: In the meanwhile bunnies stir emotions.
Aleco wrote:I wrote the chocolate bunny rabbits descriptor. Milk chocolate wouldn't have been enough to describe the sensation we were tasting. When I was a kid we used to get chocolate bunny rabbits from my grandmother on Easter. They had an extremely sweet, unpure chocolate flavor and were creamy in texture. I used chocolate bunny rabbits to not only imply flavor in this coffee but tactile sensation as well.
In our training we did an exercise where we had a table of generic foods... bananas, peanuts, grapes, and a lot more. The test was to write as many descriptors for each item without mentioning anything close to what the actual item was. It was really, really hard... However, if you want to be serious about tasting and describing coffees, I recommend taking the challenge.
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