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Topic: TimTim Blangili or Blue Batak Peaberry (4 msgs / 84 lines)
1) From: mIke mcKoffee
Wanted to roast one of the new to me Sumatras this evening. (Already been
roasting the Volkopi, plus Gayo Mtn & Lintong in my Indonesian rotation
Sumatra slot) Took one look at the Blue Batak and decided to roast the
TimTim Blangili, didn't want to think about a profile for those cute little
Sumatra Peaberries that late in the evening! Oh not really that big a deal,
but had to decide which to roast first some how;-)
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2) From: Les
Good choice Mike.  Once you have the Blue Batak you will be spoiled! 
I have over indulged in my 5 pounder to the point I am glad I have
more coming.  By going with the Tim Tim you wouldn't be spoiled by the
Blue Batak!  (too bad you can't see my tongue in check as I write
this).  I am so spoiled right now I can hardly stand it.  I have
Timor, Nicaragua La Esperanza, and an espresso blend up right now! 
All are wonderful.  Kona and Aussie Mt. Top and a Kenya will be
roasted  this weekend.  I am hoping my new order will be in before the
Wed. roast session.
Les
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3) From: Chuck the Coffee-Geek
You know, I have done 4 roasts of the Blue Batak so far and its been 
different every time!  Its all really good, but really tempermental on 
duplicating a roast.  My Alpinrost varies a lot from roast to roast and 
the result is fun, interesting and frustrating all at the same time. 
The Aussie Mt Top is just a crisp, light and refreshing coffee.  I enjoy 
it a lot and like a Yirg or a Kona, this is one I rarely put cream or 
sugar in.
You talked me into the Tim Tim over Christmas and I should be receiving 
it next week.  You almost talked me into some of that Harrar, but this 
time I resisted.  Or rather my chaff filled wallet resisted. You shill 
you...
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4) From: Rick Copple
Les wrote:
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Ohhh, good think I just ordered some of both! Sounds like I may very 
easily be enticed to order a bigger supply of the Blue Batak. Looking 
forward to it!
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Rick Copple
Marble Falls, TXhttp://blog.copple.us/?sectionid=5


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