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Topic: "Good Bourbon Character" (3 msgs / 56 lines)
1) From: Jeff Oien
Could somebody please describe what this means? Thanks.
JeffO

2) From: Tom Ulmer
I am a fan of 100% Bourbon varietals. Stay away from good yellow bourbons,
but please email with supply particulars. 
Let's say that you have a fondness for mandarin oranges. There are
characteristics of that orange that appeal to you whether you're in
Louisiana buying Satsumas or Tangerines in southern California.

3) From: John Abbott
The best varieties of coffee had, for a long time, been those which
came from Arabia, known as moka or Yemen coffee, as well as coffee
from the Bourbon (or Réunion) Island and Martinique. The names have
been preserved in the trade to distinguish three types of coffee,
although the designation in no way implies origin.  Bourbons are grown
at altitude and carry a distinct sweetness.  Central and South
Americans have successfully transplanted a grown these beans.
I have a preference for Guatemalan 100% bourbon because is stands up
well as a drip, vacuum or espresso.
On 6/18/05, Jeff Oien  wrote:
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