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Topic: Brazil FTO DP Poco Fundo (10 msgs / 149 lines)
1) From: Eddie Dove
Is anyone else enjoying this exquisite elixir?
Full-bodied with a nicely oiled mouthfeel and a very present
intensity, but not overbearing.  There is some light fruitiness to
balance the cup and if you really like chocolaty coffees, this has
lots of chocolate.
Eddie
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2) From: Floyd Lozano
Loved it.  It tasted like you describe which makes me happy because that
means I roasted it right ;)
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3) From: Lisa J. Carton, LICSW
yes, i am liking the Poco Fundo.or rather i should say, I am liking the smell and my partner is loving the taste becasue i can't drink non-decafs.............wait did i say like? I LOVE the smell of this one----totally chocolate covered cherries!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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From: Floyd Lozano 
To: homeroast
Sent: Friday, May 11, 2007 11:49:49 AM
Subject: Re: +Brazil FTO DP Poco Fundo
Loved it.  It tasted like you describe which makes me happy because that means I roasted it right ;)
On 5/11/07, Eddie Dove  wrote: 
Is anyone else enjoying this exquisite elixir?
Full-bodied with a nicely oiled mouthfeel and a very present 
intensity, but not overbearing.  There is some light fruitiness to
balance the cup and if you really like chocolaty coffees, this has
lots of chocolate.Take the Internet to Go: Yahoo!Go puts the Internet in your pocket: mail, news, photos & more. http://mobile.yahoo.com/go?referNXIC

4) From: Jeff Oien
Eddie Dove wrote:
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Have you had the Formosa? How would you compare it? I haven't had the 
Poco Fundo but have had the Formosa. They seem to have some similarities 
but I was wondering what you or others think about any differences.
Sorry I didn't answer your question.
JeffO

5) From: Eddie Dove
Jeff,
I have some of the Formosa, but have not roasted it yet.  I will roast
it this weekend with all of the other coffees I need to roast.
Eddie
On 5/11/07, Jeff Oien  wrote:
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6) From:
see, listen to you older sister.
great cup, cafe crema, even espresso...
g
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7) From: raymanowen
Triple play:
"...i can't drink non-decafs............"  ["I can drink caffeinated" X
(not, non, de)]
I get dizzy negotiating the negatives. It's like digital- stack negatives
and all you get is 1-0-1-0-1... not more and more negative.
Cheers -RayO, aka Opa!
I can't burn non-unleaded-

8) From: Lisa J. Carton, LICSW
that is funny---i am so used to drinking decaf i didn't even SEE the triple negatives there......
here: i can't drink CAFFEINE!!!!!!!!!!!!!  which i s a real DRAG with all the great coffees available that are NOT available decaff'd.....................
yeah.  THAT's the ticket...
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From: "raymanowen" 
To: homeroast
Sent: Saturday, May 12, 2007 9:54:30 AM
Subject: Re: +Brazil FTO DP Poco Fundo
Triple play:
"...i can't drink non-decafs............"  ["I can drink caffeinated" X (not, non, de)]
I get dizzy negotiating the negatives. It's like digital- stack negatives and all you get is 1-0-1-0-1... not more and more negative. 
Cheers -RayO, aka Opa!
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9) From: raymanowen
"...i am so used to drinking decaf i didn't even SEE the triple
negatives..."
There's a message in there -ro
Cup tough - -Tom

10) From: Dan Kellgren
I didn't the Poco Fundo, but I did get the Brazil Fazenda Brauna.  WOW!  The
brown sugar depth in the cup is out of this world!
Dan K
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