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Topic: Recommend me an SO espresso? (6 msgs / 100 lines)
1) From: b cook
Wanting to try something new from SM's in an SO espresso but nothing is
jumping out at me.  Currently I have some Yemen Moka Sana'ani and Idido
Misty Valley (which I love!).  I like Monkey Blend but I'm wanting to try
out some new SOs.  I've tried Daterra Yellow Bourbon and I'll probably get
some more of that if no one has any enthusiastic recommendations but I want
to try something new.
So...recommend me something good in an SO espresso.
brad

2) From: Eddie Dove
Brad,
Check out the India Mysore Nuggets Extra Bold review.  Your might like
to give that a try along with some of the new Costa Ricans.
Just a thought ...
Eddie
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3) From: stereoplegic
ooh! ooh! pick me! Ethiopia FTO DP Sidamo! amazing this bean costs so 
little. i like it better than the IMV, personally (although the crema on 
this evening's IMV shot was un-freakin-believable).
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4) From: Brett Mason
Where are you doing the speech?  I am curious about the venue, as I
understand your home kind of meanders around the sphere....
Brett
On 4/14/07, True, Dennis W. FC1 (CVN69)  wrote:
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5) From: b cook
Interesting.  Will DiCaprio's next roll be the lead in "Blood Bean"?   ;)
brad
On 4/14/07, True, Dennis W. FC1 (CVN69)  wrote:
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6) From: True, Dennis W. FC1 (CVN69)
FYI did you all know that Baba Budan started the coffee industry in
Mysore by smuggling out 7 beans from Yemen (in fear of his life had he
been caught his crime was punishable by death) 
The decendents from those orignal plants are still growing there
today...
I'm doing a speech on the history of coffee and found that tidbit in my
research.
Kinda neat (I'll tell ya the history of coffee is a very conflict driven
and there is quite a bit of bloodshed in the story too)
Dennis


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