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I'm Dylan Edwards, and I'm a coffee expert. It is actually horribly terrible music. With these two coffees, the difference is starkly obvious. Coffee A has a really dark, glossy surface; it even smells somewhat pungent just holding it. On the other hand, coffee B is cinnamon in color; it sort of has a silver skin intact in each of the beans, so it's definitely a light roast. It's not necessarily a direct indication of a price difference; it is a personal preference. Some people just really enjoy dark roasted coffee versus a light roasted coffee. However, a dark roasted coffee generally is going to mask a lot of the flavors in the coffee itself, kind of like a heavy sauce. It's gonna sort of just cover up all the sweetness and all the inherent characteristics of the coffee and really impart a carboni sort of smoky flavor. With a light roast, the subtleties of the coffee, the flaws, the good attributes, and the bad ones really do shine through. With a light roast, you're looking at more often than not a higher quality coffee. And with a dark roast, it's a little bit hard to say what the quality might be. We will, of course, brew them and taste them and then see from there. So, the first thing I'm doing is just rinsing these filters. The reason behind that is a lot of paper filters will actually impart a bit of a papery flavor in your cups. You want to really wash out some of that flavor just scared it before you bring your coffee. So, you've got to really clean the coffee. We have our filters rinsed; we're gonna grind our coffee. The first thing I always do is smell them. Part of that is heat masks flavor. You...