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Topic: new coffees (44 msgs / 1165 lines)
1) From: gin
Horse is fabulous and I got my blueberry!
ginny

2) From: Les
How about a few reports on some of the new coffees.  I  had the new
Indian Plantation A -Jumboor Estate  last week.  It was so unique I
ordered a 5 pounder.  What I really liked was the chocolate finish
when it was totally cool.  Start with spice and move to chocolate,
what a coffee.  It was silky smooth all the way from start to finish. 
I plan on a cinammon roast for vac pot brewing and a city+ with this
coffee for espresso next time I roast.
Les

3) From: DEchelbarg
I am trying the Rwanda Gatare Grade at City Plus   This is a very pleasant 
cup of coffee fruity, some orange rind, that gets a bit deeper as it rests. =
 
This coffee is different than the Masaka Seven Lakes, which I still have. (l=
oved 
the 7 lakes, but at a bit darker roast level).   I think this one is a winne=
r. 
 
"Newer" coffees.  
Brazil Carmo Estate Peaberry Full City Plus was just wonderful, woody, 
earthy,  milk chocolate, lots of body – a body I can feel in my mout=
h like the P.R. 
Yauco.  
Brazil Org/FT Poco Fundo Full City.  Wow is this interesting. Fruity, and th=
e 
grounds have stunning aroma.  Reminded me of a tame Harar with a lot of 
chocolate. Almond characteristics.  Some sweetness. 
I have other new ones coming today, the Yemens, Tanzanian, etc. I'll be busy=
 
the next couple of days.
Dave E

4) From: Jim Worthy
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I had a similar experience with the Jumboor Estate. I roasted to FC and
got the early spice with bottom notes like Sulawesi. Excellent!
I also like the Rwandan Gatare. Reminds me of a central with floral
accents. Complex without being muddled. 
Jim W
I had a similar experience with the Jumboor Estate.  I roasted to FC and got the early spice with bottom notes like Sulawesi.  Excellent!
I also like the Rwandan Gatare.  Reminds me of a central with floral accents.  Complex without being muddled.  
Jim W

5) From: Jeff Oien
Les wrote:
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I'd like to hear comparisons between the Java Djampit (out)
and the Java Blawan if anyone has tried the latter yet.
JeffO

6) From: Brent Peterson
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This is an interesting coffee. I shared your
experience.  The aroma really is incredible.  I
usually agree with Tom's reviews, but I felt that he
underrated the Dry Fragrance (3.0) of the Poco Fundo.
On the other hand, I felt that the Body (4.0) was a
bit overrated.  I would judge it as more of a
medium-bodied coffee.
With respect to roasting, I found that the Poco Fundo
really shows itself better at a lighter roast (and I'm
someone who prefers most coffees at Full City+). City 
to City+ seemed about right.  When roasted to Full
City+, the Poco Fundo lost a fair amount of flavor and
body; when roasted to Vienna, the cup was flat and
boringly bitter.
-Brent 
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7) From: Frank Haist
Brent,
Interesting observations. I had roasted the Poco Fundo to FC+ and had 
the same impression about the body, but felt "what do I know?" Didn't go 
to the Vienna stage so can't comment there. So, I think I'll try the 
lighter roast. Thanks.
---Frank
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8) From: DEchelbarg
In a message dated 2/3/2005 1:51:53 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
brentpeterson01 writes:
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This is an interesting coffee. I shared your
experience.  The aroma really is incredible.  I
usually agree with Tom's reviews, but I felt that he
underrated the Dry Fragrance (3.0) of the Poco Fundo.
On the other hand, I felt that the Body (4.0) was a
bit overrated.  I would judge it as more of a
medium-bodied coffee.
With respect to roasting, I found that the Poco Fundo
really shows itself better at a lighter roast (and I'm
someone who prefers most coffees at Full City+). City 
to City+ seemed about right.  When roasted to Full
City+, the Poco Fundo lost a fair amount of flavor and
body; when roasted to Vienna, the cup was flat and
boringly bitter.
-Brent
Brent:  Thank you for your thoughts on this coffee.  I roasted it Full City, 
but next time I'll go a bit lighter.  Eager for another go at it, but I'm 
working on the new Yemen's tonight and eager to try the Tanzania AAA Songea.  
Dave E

9) From: Casey Jones
Poco Fundo was the first bean in quite some time to get an unsolicited
compliment from my wife.
P1 roasted 4 minutes past 1st crack without any outliers of 2nd. Rested
about 36 hours. 
Usually I don't order a bean twice since Tom is always stocking new ones
(I'm just too damn curious). But if it's still in stock come next order I'l=
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grab another bag.
-Casey
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10) From: Les
Tom is bringing on some really good stuff right now.  The current Tiny
Joy is worth buying  some coffee to get.  I really like what Tom says,
"As far as the numbers, I wish I could just erase them all."  He
explains the write-ups and that is what is most important.  I would
like to share a bit of my stash building "wisdom." and some of my
stupidity.  First off, I don't keep extensive notes.  I keep a record
of likes and dislikes.  I keep a record of "yes I will reorder next
year list."  I then have a list of  "optional" coffees.  Puerto Rico
Yauco Selecto falls into my optional list and Uganda Bugisu is in my
Must Have list, the third one.  I will often order a twenty pounder of
the Must Have so I don't run out.  What is stupid on my part is
getting too excited about a coffee.  I really liked the Pacmara
varital that came out and I ordered 5 pounders of each last year. 
This left me with an abundance of these coffees and now I am in stash
reduction, I am passing up some coffees that I would like to try, but
won't order at this time.  I am being a bit vague is my personal likes
as I share because that is the point of homeroasting, personal likes. 
I am a big fan of Panama coffee, so I did order a 5 pounder of the
Carmen Estate.  I will order some of the Costa Rica Peaberry "High
graded for Tom" if he gets it in again this year.  I won't pass up the
Bali if Tom gets it in again.  I feel bad when I read that some of you
run out of your favorites because you don't order enough.  For me, a
sampler is a two pounder.  A small order of something I really like is
a 5 pounder and coffee I want for the year is a 20 pounder.  I hope
this helps some of you as you think about ordering when the new
coffees come in.  Right now I am passing on some coffees I would like
to try because of stash reduction.
Les

11) From: miKe mcKoffee
How true, sometimes ya just gotta stash reduction or no. Even though stash 
only down to 152# from almost 250# this time last year and would be lower 
but already added 25# this year, another 13# ETA tomorrow. 1# Espresso 
Monkey Blend (playing with espresso much more so a touch base needed again 
and/or will be used for PNWGIII), 5# Sumatra Organic Gayo Mountain DP - 
Grade 1 (always have Sumatra, alternate roasted between Sum and all "other" 
Indos, and only 5# because already got 5# Lintong a few weeks ago and 
finally down to a last 1/2# vac'd greens roast batch of that marvelous 
Sumatra Classic 4365 from '03 - it was a 20#er "sample" buy fully trusting 
Tom's review plus 3.5# of Sumatra Gayo 04 left;-), 5# Panama Carmen Estate 
1700-1800 meters (no way gonna pass that one up) and 2# Ethiopian 
Yirgacheffe (MAO) just because I'm almost out of Yirg and Yirg is Yirg!
Hmmm, who know a single double ristretto after midnight would keep me going 
so well:-) Or maybe it was augmented by the heavenly aroma and fragrance of 
pulling those half dozen Kona doubles for the RWWCKM batch...
Kona Konnaisseur miKe mcKoffee
URL to Rosto mods, FrankenFormer etc.http://mdmint.home.comcast.net/coffee/Rosto_mod.htmFrom: "Les" 
Sent: Monday, May 09, 2005 11:01 PM
Tom is bringing on some really good stuff right now.  The current Tiny
Joy is worth buying  some coffee to get.  I really like what Tom says,
"As far as the numbers, I wish I could just erase them all."  He
explains the write-ups and that is what is most important.  I would
like to share a bit of my stash building "wisdom." and some of my
stupidity.  First off, I don't keep extensive notes.  I keep a record
of likes and dislikes.  I keep a record of "yes I will reorder next
year list."  I then have a list of  "optional" coffees.  Puerto Rico
Yauco Selecto falls into my optional list and Uganda Bugisu is in my
Must Have list, the third one.  I will often order a twenty pounder of
the Must Have so I don't run out.  What is stupid on my part is
getting too excited about a coffee.  I really liked the Pacmara
varital that came out and I ordered 5 pounders of each last year.
This left me with an abundance of these coffees and now I am in stash
reduction, I am passing up some coffees that I would like to try, but
won't order at this time.  I am being a bit vague is my personal likes
as I share because that is the point of homeroasting, personal likes.
I am a big fan of Panama coffee, so I did order a 5 pounder of the
Carmen Estate.  I will order some of the Costa Rica Peaberry "High
graded for Tom" if he gets it in again this year.  I won't pass up the
Bali if Tom gets it in again.  I feel bad when I read that some of you
run out of your favorites because you don't order enough.  For me, a
sampler is a two pounder.  A small order of something I really like is
a 5 pounder and coffee I want for the year is a 20 pounder.  I hope
this helps some of you as you think about ordering when the new
coffees come in.  Right now I am passing on some coffees I would like
to try because of stash reduction.
Les

12) From: zigzagmolly
My preference would be to put in an order a week, but I try to keep
shipping costs down by being patient and combining my purchases.  I
just keep my fingers crossed my suppliers don't run out before I get
my next order in.
My style of buying is similar to Les'.  I have some origins I've found
I really like.  I really like Peru Norte, so just bought 10 lbs.  From
cupping reviews and descriptions I thought I'd like Panama, so
purchased 5 lbs of Panama decaf.  I loved it and now I want more, so
will buy another 10 lbs. I guess once I find figure out what the
cupping terms mean to my palette, I will be better able to purchase
larger quantites with a better chance for success.
I just dread having a large quantity of a bean I really don't care
for.  I am glad I only bought 1 lb of the Kenyan, cause I really don't
like it.  I might try it again later, but am focusing on anything
described as chocolate, nut or caramel.  These seem to be the kinds I
like and want on a regular basis.  This won't stop me from
experiementing though.  It actually allows me to experiment more
freely cause I KNOW I have coffee I love available for the next pot.
Now I'm pondering on whether to purchase a Krups Moka Brew.  I think
it might be right up my alley.  Sort of an inbetween drip and espresso
for less than $100.  Of course, then I will need to retry all my
coffees with the new method.  I can't wait.
Take care,
Nancy

13) From: tom
The Sulawesi Toraja reminds me of a Butternut candy bar.

14) From: Peter Schmidt
Nancy....
A suggestion for you, and a recommendation.....
To use up your Kenya, try blending it with the Peru; 60% Peru, 40% Kenya.  I
call it the Per-Ken blend, i.e. what's perkin'.   hehehe
And the Moka Brew....  go for it, I love mine.  I have it dialed in and it's
a wonderful, intense cup.  My only wish would be for a screen rather than
the paper filter.
A little OT, and forgive me if you've answered this and I missed it, but can
you share with us the reason behind the 'zigzagmolly?'
peter

15) From: H Hurd
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It made me think of caramel corn.
Holly
enjoyed a 2 day rested Sumatra Classic earlier

16) From: Gregg Talton
As we ready to move I've reduced my stash from fifty two pounds to ...
four!  I hope to have enough to last until we get to NC in August and
then start a HUGE stash building campaign.  I did order a few pounds
of the Panama 1700-1800 today and a pound of Horse - so that takes me
to seven pounds. The remainder or my stash is Mexican Oaxaca.
Gregg
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17) From: Les
If you don't want to be tempted, don't go to the SM site!  Repeat don't go!
I just love Tom's delete button in his order menu.  If he didn't have it
there I am sure he would make more money.  I ordered my "wish list" and
there were 7 coffees on there and I was well into 3 figures.  Then I though=
t
about my stash.  I re-read a some of reviews.  I realized I had a good
supply of many similar coffees that need to be roasted and hit that good-ol=
d
delete button.  I then read the review of the Sumarta Blue Batak Peaberry
three times.  Hey, this coffee has Tom almost speechless!  There are a
couple of  key phrases: "I think this is a first time for SweetMarias" and
most important, "We snapped up the entire lot of this ugly little green
bean."  I am so proud of myself!  I got rid of everything!  I started over
and I went with a 5 pounder of Sumatra Blue Batak Peaberry and the new Timo=
r
Organic Maubesse as I have never had a Timor and wanted to try a new coffee
region.  Wow only a 7 pound order for me.  So, who beat me to the Blue Bata=
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and please share your experiences.
Les
aka Dr. Crema

18) From: Chuck the Coffee-Geek
You're not Dr Crema, you're Dr Evil!  I wonder if Harvey can get this 
order to me faster than my UPS order from the weekend...
-Chuck
So much for my stash reduction.
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19) From: Rick Copple
Les wrote:
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Don't I know it. It is almost a crime to go there right now with a 
limited amount of money to spend. I needed some filters and ended up 
with only three pounds...yes just three pounds of coffee! All Guats. 
Decided I would give each one a try and figure out which ones I want 
more of.
So I won't be able to give you a review of the Sumatra BB, or any of the 
others. With limited money, a lot of people are going to be getting a 
pound of fresh roast for Christmas this year! That is one thing I have 
plenty of. :-)
However, I will dutily review the Guats once I get them in, just so you 
can drool over those too. ;-)
-- 
Rick Copple
Marble Falls, TX

20) From: Lynn Kerby
On 12/5/05, Rick Copple  wrote:
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Its also a crime to go there now without limits on how much money you
want to spend!  So many great offerings to choose from....
I'm promising myself I won't buy anything else but COE's and maybe
some of the upcoming Kona offerings until my stash drops down into the
low 100# range again.  However, the past couple of months has resulted
in an embarrasingly large stash of absolutely fabulous coffee.  The
stash will nearly double in size tomorrow when I drop in to the little
warehouse in Oakland.
I have no willpower!
Lynn Kerby
San Martin, CA

21) From: an iconoclast
On 12/7/05, Lynn Kerby  wrote:
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Magic hour is tomorrow night.  I have been working 50 hrs a week for
the past 6 weeks,  cept for Tday.  My next check is deposited tomorrow
night.  I have put many test bags of beans in my cart and then just
left the SM site.  I say I have pretty much decided what I'm going to
buy, but my friend "rationalization" will be sure to visit while I'm
there.
I seem to have leveled off around 60 lbs.  I buy when the stash gets
near that level.  I actually had one of the derm clinicians follow her
nose to our break room at work while I was making coffee in my SG 1
cup.  She said, "I heard you roast your own beans."  I said, "Do you
have a grinder?"  She said, "Yes".  I said "Caf or decaf?".  She said
"Either".  I said, "I'll bring you some."  She said, "How much do you
charge?"  I said, "Nothing".  She said, "How about I give you an
accupuncture treatment?"  I said, "Now, that's something I might
consider."
Trade accupuncture for beans!
I may have found a cure for my RSI in my wrists from roasting so much coffe=
e!
And the more I roast and give away, the more beans I can buy....
I even have a new nurse who doesn't drink coffee, drinking coffee. 
I've given her a half pound of decaf and she is loving it.  I open my
Vacuvin container with my ground coffee inside and the whole room
sighs.  The aroma draws them in and the taste cinches it.
Sometime, one of these days, I'm going to lure someone into roasting.
Anyone ever had accupuncture?  Does it hurt?
Take care,
Ann

22) From: Scot Murphy
On |Dec 7, at 11:33 PM|Dec 7, an iconoclast wrote:
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I was going to, but I didn't see the point.
Scot "rimshot" Murphy
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"Wherever the standard of freedom and Independence has been or shall  
be unfurled, there will her heart, her  benedictions and her prayers  
be. But she [America] goes not abroad in search of monsters to destroy."
             --John Quincy Adams

23) From: Jared Andersson
Les, even though I have met you in person I continue to believe that you ar=
e
just an Internet spon created by Tom to make me buy ubsurd amounts of
coffee.  Stop now before my family and friends do an intervention.  At this
moment I can't decide if it is more important to continue this email or to
go order some .............................
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24) From: Alchemist John
I did.  In arrived yesterday.  I ordered it before the review was 
even up.  But it will have to wait - that new Java Prince is first up 
to the roaster.
At 21:51 12/7/2005, you wrote:
  So, who beat me to the Blue Batak and please share your experiences.
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John Nanci
AlChemist at large
Zen Roasting , Blending & Espresso pulling by Gestalthttp://www.chocolatealchemy.com/

25) From: Tom & Maria - Sweet Maria's Coffee
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  ... well, we have that in common. It's a battle zone over here at 
Sweet Maria's, and after the "coffee bomb" i have not been able to 
read the list; I have been helping pack and fill orders all day and 
beyond. Anyway, I am really glad to see the new additions are being 
enjoyed and there are some espresso experiments going on - BTW the 
Sumatra Volkopi I roasted to 435 degrees (C+) on Monday in the probat 
was a GREAT espresso, and I liekd it much better than the Classic 
Italian I roasted to 462 degrees (light Vienna) . Coffee keeps you on 
your toes, and things that you don't think will work do ... trying 
out things with espresso adds another layer to it. Sorry I havent 
been jumping in on the threads. It's cold in the warehouse and 
everyone here is just trying to keep the orders rolling, and keep the 
emails answered promptly.
As a heads up: new crop Yemeni coffees started coming and early 
samples from many sources were not as good as the Sanani we have. 
Don't know whatys up, and hope some breakout sample arrives. Ismaili 
is coming, at least a sample, which is late crop from the last 
harvest. Ismaili isn't an early crop coffee anyway. East African 
(Zimb, Tanz, Uganda Etc) are still about 3-5 weeks out from first 
arrivals. Rwanda is just-arrived new crop.
Tom
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                   "Great coffee comes from tiny roasters"
            Sweet Maria's Home Coffee Roasting  -  Tom & Maria
                      http://www.sweetmarias.com                Thompson Owen george_at_sweetmarias.com
     Sweet Maria's Coffee - 1115 21st Street, Oakland, CA 94607 - USA
             phone/fax: 888 876 5917 - tom_at_sweetmarias.com

26) From: B. Scott Harroff
I hate it when tom uses the word GREAT.  There went another two pounds onto
the order list (resisted the urge to not order 5lbs of an untried bean).

27) From: Matthew Price
On 12/8/05, Tom & Maria - Sweet Maria's Coffee
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WOO-HOO - I was hoping the Africans would start coming in.
Tom, should we really expect anything to come out of Zimbabwe?  Do you
have any sense of what is happening coffee wise there?  It seems like
coffee thrives on instability, sort of like oil.
Matthew

28) From: an iconoclast
On 12/7/05, Scot Murphy  wrote:
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Scott,
I read every word and laugh....or think.
Take care,
Ann

29) From: an iconoclast
On 12/7/05, Scot Murphy  wrote:
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Scott,
I read every word and laugh....or think. Please continue.
Thanks,
Ann

30) From: Scot Murphy
On |Dec 8, at 10:12 PM|Dec 8, an iconoclast wrote:
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That's most kind of you to say. Er, you married? ;)
Scot "never pass an opportunity" Murphy
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"...absolute faith in one's own virtue is not a commitment to  
virtuous behavior but a commitment to one's own will. It's a license  
to commit atrocities."
                             --Mick LaSalle

31) From:
Lynn- Willpower doesn't do it. Gotta have Won'tpower. Or, in my case
Don'tpower.
This business of "...how much money you want to spend!" gets a stare from m=
y
Celtic Critic that says "Do that, and you'll be like the original Harvey-
invisible. Wanna be Dead?"
So all this mention of Harvey makes me shudder. (We really had a big white
Lapin named Harvey.) And you just "drop in" to a little warehouse in
Oakland, huh? Could I get my daughter to buzz over from the St. Francis?
"Next time, Pop-"  And there you have it. Guess I'll have to call in a few
of my markers so I can be tempted before Tom's stock is low on the "must
haves."
Cheers -RayO, aka Opa!
Lookin' leads to Likin'...Temptations tickled. Here come her cousins, the
Celtic Marauders!
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32) From: an iconoclast
On 12/9/05, Scot Murphy  wrote:
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Happily married for 31 years this April!  But I don't feel old.
Ann

33) From: Les
I went to the "tempter's" site to enjoy the travelogues again and Bam
there were two new coffee's from India.  Coffee from India is one of
my favorites.  However the stash has grown too much to think about it
right now.  I have been saving some of my India coffees, so I just
moved them up on the roasting schedule.  If you have not tried them
yet, you need to give them a shot!  The India Parchment last year was
one of my favorite coffees with a very unique flavor.
Les

34) From: mIke mcKoffee
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I usually prefer roasting the seed (bean) rather than the parchment
myself;-)
miKe

35) From: Les
Mike,
I don't name them I just roast and drink them.
Les
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36) From: Les
I went to the "tempters" list and wow there are too many good ones to
pass up!  The Bolivia CoE 1st Place Lot - Calama Marca is in!  One
pound limit.  I couldn't pass up having the Cup of Excellence winner. 
Tom worked hard to get it for us.  I will roast my last India coffee
this weekend, so I have more of that coming!  I love the older
cultivators so I ordered some of the  Bolivia Organic Peaberry De
Montana and  Colombia Organic -Reserva Don Telmo.   You don't want to
snooze or you might miss out on the Cup of Excellence offering. 
Thanks for getting us even more great coffee Tom and Maria!   My order
is in so I am safe!
Les

37) From: Yakster
Colombia Peaberry Los Caracoles del Sur looks good, anyone try it out yet?
Any other new or current coffees at SM that anyone's wild about (and yet
feels compelled to share with the group).
Thanks.
-Chris
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38) From: ricky carter
I just ordered some of the colombian, should be here next week.
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39) From: mary deem
I would also appreciate a review of new coffees at SW's..including the
Colombia Peaberry Los Caracoles del Sur!
Thanks,
Mary
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40) From: Edward Bourgeois
I ordered some of the Colombia yesterday. Am interested in trying it
as a SO espresso.
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41) From: Jeffrey Kelly
Just roasted El Salvador El Amate two days ago to a FC...tired it this
AM...great.

42) From: John and Emma
I need to order soon. What are people enjoying these days?
I order once every 4 to 6 months. I like to buy a large variety so I usually
buy 1 lb of different beans. I am partial to Costa Rica and have never
enjoyed any of the Guatemala coffee I have bought. Ethiopia Harar Horse DP -
Lot 17406, Brazil Organic Nossa Senhora de Fatima  and Brazil Fazenda Vista
Alegre Natural Dry were probably three of my all time favourites.
Any suggestions? One of the joys I have in our journey is trying new coffees
all the time.
I don't remember the last time I saw Harar Horse available? When is it
usually available?
John H.
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43) From: Andy Thomas
One of my favorites lately is Rwanda Jomba Vunga. I usually brew in the Che=
mex, but it makes a lovely sweet and complex espresso.http://www.sweetmarias.com/coffee.africa.rwanda.php?source=side#3340 From: John and Emma 
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I need to order soon. What are people enjoying these days?
I order once every 4 to 6 months. I like to buy a large variety so I usually
buy 1 lb of different beans. I am partial to Costa Rica and have never
enjoyed any of the Guatemala coffee I have bought. Ethiopia Harar Horse DP -
Lot 17406, Brazil Organic Nossa Senhora de Fatima  and Brazil Fazenda Vis=
ta
Alegre Natural Dry were probably three of my all time favourites.
Any suggestions? One of the joys I have in our journey is trying new coffees
all the time.
I don't remember the last time I saw Harar Horse available? When is it
usually available?
John H. =
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44) From: John and Emma
Thanks Andy. I will add this to my list.
I use a Vac Pot and a Baby Gaggia.
John H.


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