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Topic: Old Crop Maui Moka (2 msgs / 45 lines)
1) From: Ed Needham
What you bought was likely part of the beans that were stored locally in 
Maui in an un-conditioned warehouse (Let's say 'baking' rather than 
storing).http://www.homeroaster.com/P6041318.jpgThere was a bunch that was dumped into the mainland almost two years after 
the production stopped at that farm.  I had some of it and you are right. 
Past crop, brown, baggy and not nearly as chocolaty and sweet as the real 
thing, processed and stored properly.
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2) From: Andy Thomas
I don't think mine was from that lot. It may be past
its prime, but it still has some flavor and is not at
all baggy. I plan to roast the rest of mine and drink
it -- not toss it in the compost as I thought I would
before I tasted it.
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