Old Beans?/オールドビーンズ?

Japanese Food
In Japan, the term “old beans” refers to green coffee beans aged for years. There are not a few coffee shops in Japan that serve coffee brewed with old beans, such as Cafe de l’Ambre in Ginza, Tokyo, run by Ichiro Sekiguchi. For those who don’t know about this famous coffee shop, here are some links:
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Here are some Mocha coffee beans that I have left indoors at room temperature for nine years. Rather than throwing them away right away, I decided to give it a try.
Roasted for 15 min.
Probably due to my poor roasting skill, they were rather unevenly roasted (although I kept shaking my milk can roaster constantly).
Anyway, I brewed some right away.
Not bad at at all. In fact, it was quite good!
Glad that I didn’t throw them away.

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