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Topic: rediscovering decaf (5 msgs / 111 lines)
1) From: Kevin
There's not much technical meat to this post but I just had to say how much
I'm now enjoying Tom's decaf offerings.  I'm enjoying some Sidamo Decaf that
is very enjoyable roasted to FC and brewed in a Bialetti Moka pot. Nice body
and deep, smooth coffee flavor. I'm just starting to have success roasting
decafs and it's great to know coffee can be enjoyed late into the pm and
sleep can still be had.  Thanks again Tom!
think I can stop drinking water entirely and replace it with decaf coffee?
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My home coffee roasting blog:http://homecoffeeroastblog.blogspot.com/Kevin

2) From: Eddie Dove
I agree Kevin.  Those decafs are excellent ... including the froggy
one!  I took that one to work last week and everyone was oohing and
aahing over it ... then I told them it was decaf!  I love the
reactions I get ... even picked up a couple of customers.
Eddie
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3) From: L. Michael Fraley, MD
Hi Kevin,
I, too, enjoy the decafs.  They are a bit tricky.. but I too am 
learning to roast them.
Michael
On Apr 7, 2007, at 4:06 PM, Kevin wrote:
There's not much technical meat to this post but I just had to say how =
much I'm now enjoying Tom's decaf offerings.  I'm enjoying some Sidamo =
Decaf that is very enjoyable roasted to FC and brewed in a Bialetti 
Moka pot. Nice body and deep, smooth coffee flavor. I'm just starting 
to have success roasting decafs and it's great to know coffee can be 
enjoyed late into the pm and sleep can still be had.  Thanks again =
Tom!
think I can stop drinking water entirely and replace it with decaf 
coffee?
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My home coffee roasting blog:http://homecoffeeroastblog.blogspot.com/Kevin
L. Michael Fraley, MD=

4) From: Kevin
Eddie,
How do you distribute coffee at work?  Do you have your own brewer or is
there a break room and commercial machine that you use?  I was thinking of
roasting a few pounds, putting it in the company coffee machine, and seeing
if anyone noticed.
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5) From: Eddie Dove
Kevin,
I take two large Thermoses and on small thermos to work.  We've
started making kind of a deal out of it and even the Business Unit CIO
(to whom I report) calls it Eddie's Coffee Shop since the day he
walked in and saw "Today's Coffees:" on my white board.  The three
thermoses are on my desk and available to anyone and there are
Styrofoam cups in the cabinet.  People that like my coffee go get
others and bring them to try my coffee.
Thursday, I had a brief meeting, in my office, with the guy that was
already buying my coffee and two other that he brought with him that
have had my coffee before.  Of course we all had my coffee during the
meeting. When it was over I had two orders for coffee.
Happy Easter!
Eddie
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