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Topic: Misty Valley , very early impression (3 msgs / 53 lines)
1) From: PAUL RIFKIN
Interesting.  Did a first roast of the misty valley in
an iron pan over side burner of gas grill with heat
gun. The usual vegetal {hay} green smell picked up as
the bean yellows was different.  A really attractive
scent that was evanescent so I couldn't define it well
but much more pleasant than the usual. The cooled
beans have a very pleasant lightly fruited scent at
this point.  Holding off grind and brew till tomorrow
A. M.
Oh yes, one of the advantages of the method is that
staring at the gradually changing beans over time lets
me pick up rocks and I did find a small one in the
half pound I roasted.
                              Paul
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2) From: Eddie Dove
Paul,
This is an awesome coffee!  Save some for at least 3-4 days rest.  Amazing!
Eddie
On 10/18/06, PAUL RIFKIN  wrote:
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3) From: Sheila Quinn
I brewed just one cup of this coffee in a press pot this morning. It was 
just roasted last night, so it didn't have much of a rest. The smell of 
the beans was just too enticing - I couldn't help myself! Anyway, I was 
really impressed - this coffee is amazing! Even with a short rest, the 
flavors were really rich - a little hard for me to describe. I can only 
imagine how good it will be in a couple of days with more rest. I hope 
they aren't running short on this yet because I will definitely need more!!!
Sheila
PAUL RIFKIN wrote:
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