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Topic: Columbia CoE 12 El Descano (7 msgs / 96 lines)
1) From: Les
I just roasted up a batch of the El Descano.  It was different than
other beans.  It took about a minute longer to get to first crack.
First crack lasted an extra 30 seconds.  I intuitively added a minute
to my roast shooting for a nice full city (RK Drum).  I nailed the
roast right where I wanted it.  The cooling beans were smelling
outstanding!  The Carmel was very intense.  I think this is going to
be a special one!  Speaking of specials.  The Blue Batak is in!  Talk
about timing, my last pound  of last years will be roasted this week
if I stay on schedule.  I wish I could do that every time.  For you
newbies, this is one you don't want to pass up.  It is the coffee I
used for this pour-nography picture.  www.thortamper.com/crema.html
Eddie it is time to get a hold of Harvey again. :>)  The Western shill
is informing the Southern Shill.
Les

2) From: Les
Sorry,  Wrong link!  I'll find the right one.
Les
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3) From: Sheila Quinn
Nice truck! So does the engine produce crema instead of exhaust? ;)
Sheila
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4) From: Les
No, but it will burn rubber going into second with more intensity than my RK
drum produces smoke going into second crack!  The right link is
www.thortamper.com/liquidsilk.html
Les
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5) From: Eddie Dove
Les,
Harvey stopped by Saturday morning ... both of the Columbia CoEs are in the
stash!  He's gonna get tired though ... Blue Batak ...
Eddie
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My Home Coffee Roasting Blog and Profiles for the Gene Cafehttp://themeyers.org/HomeRoast/On 2/4/07, Les  wrote:">http://southcoastcoffeeroaster.blogspot.com/Sweet Maria's List - Searchable Archiveshttp://themeyers.org/HomeRoast/On 2/4/07, Les  wrote:
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6) From: Brett Mason
Nicely done, Doctor!
Looked at that, and caught a glimpse of Alfred...
On 2/4/07, Les  wrote:
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Cheers,
Bretthttp://homeroast.freeservers.com

7) From: Les
I couldn't resist on about 10 hours rest.  This El Descano is simply
stunning.  It began with a hint of molasses  followed by sweet Carmel
and some of the nicest plum - raisin and that  impeccable smoothness
and complexity that a Columbia is noted for.
Tom, I really think the extra care in packaging and sending these
beans shines through.  Thanks  This is coffee that Juan Valdez only
dreams about!
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