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A coffee master's ground rules for flavor

By Emily Shartin
Globe Staff / April 24, 2005

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John Barry tastes coffee the way some people taste wine. He smells it, considers its body and acidity, and he can even recommend foods to pair it with. He can often tell in one sip whether a coffee has Latin American or Indonesian origins. (Full article: 521 words)

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