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Topic: Can't believe they are still there. (4 msgs / 54 lines)
1) From: DeCambre.Peter
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until 12/02/2002.
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2) From: Scot Murphy
On Jul 4, 2006, at 7:38 PM, David Echelbarger wrote:
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I have the same feeling about the India Matadakad. I was so happy to  
see it still there, I ordered another 20 pounds. I'll be so unhappy  
when it is finally gone.
Scot "so none of y'all can have any, okay?" Murphy

3) From: Scott Miller
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David Echelbarger wrote:
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David,
I have not tried the FTO Yirg yet, but plan to roast some tomorrow.
Now the DP Yirg is one of the most enjoyable I have tasted in a couple 
years. A darker roast with this has a chocolate finish that I really 
like & less of the fruit that a City+ roast has. I stopped the roast as 
the chaff and smoke indicated 2nd crack was near (a couple early 2nd 
cracks were heard as I dumped the beans).
For my Independence day coffee I had the last roast of '05 Panama Carmen 
Estate in the morning; Guat Finca Agua Tibia after dinner.
cheers,
Scott

4) From: Tara Kollas
I second Scott on the Indian Matadakad.  I love it.  And to seem totally
juvenile about it, it produces almost no chaff.  I love my hottop, but the
chaff collector stinks, imo.


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