There exists a rip in the fabric of time and space. The anomaly is centered around the coffee beans grown in the Hawaiian islands. Kona is the frontrunner of these. The Hawaiian islands are special to us American coffee imbibers because they are in the tropical belt that coffee plants prefer. And they happen to be the only U.S. state in that geographical belt.
Kona, being a precious commodity, is often blended with other coffees. Other things of note that are blended: House paint, Margaritas, and a peculiar blend of 14% wood pulp and 86% water.
Boiling water percolated over dehydrated grounds, mixed with the blissful shards of the Hawaiian islands. Flying fish... and possibly a dab of pykrete.
August 8, 2011
Or perhaps it was something that only could of been conceived in the Space Age. The relatively passive discovery of freeze-dried ice cream has led to us to the greater advance in the science of Iced Coffee. Who knows what strange boundaries are yet to be transgressed in the pursuit of coffee.
Bold and out of this earthy.