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Topic: Now that's a bold cup of Joe! (4 msgs / 76 lines)
1) From: miKe mcKoffee
I was finishing up making up a bunch of little pre-ground vac bags for 
Debi's work 4-cupper. Always keep a nice variety in the freezer for her. 
Next on the agenda was preppin' a little whole 5# King to toss on the 
Traeger. After smellin' all them different coffees being ground up for Debi 
(JBM, Kona, PNG, Kenya & Malabar) had me a hankerin' for a cup meself. 
Thinkin' be needin' to keep on me toes with the knife work I was fixin' to 
do on the Salmon so went for the gusto. Tossed a 50/50 mix of Kenya Karani & 
Monsooned Malabar in Rocky for a couple double Americanos, one for Debi too 
of course. Man, you want a deep bold cup with some berry wine tones that'll 
fit the bill! Quite enjoyed the Kenyan Zombie brew while playin' with the 
Chinook. But think I'll be a bit more civilized after dinner with some 
Wood's;-)
Kona Konnaisseur miKe mcKoffee
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2) From: Les
Mike,
That sounds like an interesting blend!  I usually don't go over 25% on
the Monsooned Malabar.  Right now I am out of it.  I have been doing a
50/50 India Parchment and Highland African Decaf all day.  It really
has a nice smoothness with a long lingering aftertaste of the
Parchment.  I hope Tom can get more of that stuff next year.  It has a
nice high notes with a spicy twist, no funk.  I work late again on
Monday, so I need to roast again tonight.  I still have some Monkey
Blend to use up, so I think I will do a batch of Monkey.
Les
On Sat, 26 Mar 2005 18:01:07 -0800, miKe mcKoffee  wrote:
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3) From: Edward Spiegel
At 9:00 PM -0800 3/26/05, Les wrote:
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That is one tasty decaf. It is one of my favorite blends period. Last year's Sumatra Decaf was also super.
--E

4) From: miKe mcKoffee


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