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Topic: Darker Green Coffee (5 msgs / 79 lines)
1) From: Steve Hay
Does anyone know what it means if a coffee is a shade darker than usual?
Like about the color of Jade if you've seen it.  It roasts up nicely I just
am not sure about how it will keep.
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Steven Hay
hay.steve -AT- gmail.com
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numbers whose description require maximum of 50 words: "(k+1) is a natural
number which requires more than 50 words to describe it."

2) From: Woody DeCasere
Where is the coffee from, different coffees can have different colors,
Sumatra is usually a darker green, monsoon or aged coffee's can be
yellowish, it may just be a varietal issue.
On 6/25/06, Steve Hay  wrote:
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3) From: Brett Mason
My understanding is that darker green merely menas a little more moisture
inside the bean...  Send em to me for safe keeping.  I PROMISE they won't be
wasted...
Brett
On 6/25/06, Steve Hay  wrote:
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Brett Mason
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4) From: Steve Hay
Woody,
It was a Sumatra and Kenya.  As long as its normal I won't be worried about
it, I guess.  Just more planty than usual.
steve
On 6/25/06, Brett Mason  wrote:
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Steven Hay
hay.steve -AT- gmail.com
Barry Paradox: Consider k to be the greatest element of the set of natural
numbers whose description require maximum of 50 words: "(k+1) is a natural
number which requires more than 50 words to describe it."

5) From: Ed Needham
There are several 'blue' Sumatras and yes, they are a darker blue-green. 
Sumatra Blue Lintong was one of my all time favorites a few years ago. 
Maybe it has resurfaced under another descriptor, but I have not seen it 
lately.
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