When to use LYLAC [3]

When to use LYLAC [3]

Think of using LYLAC [3] in your coffee as the equivalent of enhancing a dish with a drizzle of high-quality olive oil and a sprinkling of fresh herbs. It's that little something that elevates and refines the taste experience to a whole new level.

Signs that your coffee could use a touch of LYLAC [3]:

  • Your coffee lacks a certain smoothness or roundness that can be achieved with LYLAC [3].
  • The floral and citrus notes of your coffee aren't intense enough, and a dash of LYLAC [3] can help amplify these flavours.
  • The aftertaste of your coffee is too harsh or dry, and you're looking for a way to soften it.

But, what happens when you unintentionally add too much LYLAC [3] to your coffee?

  • Excessive LYLAC [3] can cause your coffee to become unpleasantly bitter.
  • An overuse of LYLAC [3] can also introduce a saltiness that might overpower the natural flavours of the coffee.

What types of coffee are best suited for LYLAC [3]?

  • Honey processed coffees: This unique method of processing coffee gives it a sweet, syrupy taste which LYLAC [3] complements perfectly.
  • Coffees originating from Ethiopia, Panama, and Central America: These regions are known for producing coffees with distinctive flavour profiles that pair excellently with LYLAC [3].
  • Coffees with distinct floral notes: Varieties such as Geisha, Sidra, Chiroso, and Pink Bourbon are renowned for their strong floral notes. These make them a great match for LYLAC [3], which can enhance and balance these flavours.
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