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Topic: jacu bird coffee (45 msgs / 1005 lines)
1) From: Edward Bourgeois
Question, if a ripe cherry going through a bird or critter can
actually add  something to the taste why aren't ripe cherries stewed
or soaked in some spices or oils herbs extracts etc. to add unique
hints?

2) From: Floyd Lozano
i think the theory is that the animal in question is a very selective picker
of coffee cherry, selecting the right (most perfectly ripe) ones and doing
so unsalaried.  so rather than pay people to sort through the crap on the
tree, they sort through the crap on the ground ;)
i'm going to give it a whirl.  i um.  might use a different grinder though!
-f
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3) From: miKe mcKoffee
Because different coffees have different unique spice and herb and fruit
etc. tastes a' natural. Why intentionally alter or ruin what nature already
provides in a cacophony of flavors? Might as well just dump a bunch of
flavored syrups in your cup or oil down your roasts with flavored oils like
the "Big Boys" do to market to the mindless masses... 
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4) From: Edward Bourgeois
Mike   I don't like fake flavorings post process that the "big boys"
use either. I too like the unique natural hints each SO gives. My
point was more that if ripe cherries can be naturally  altered by the
digestive juices of a bird or critter to create a unique and desired
different  coffee why couldn't some kind of a process with natural
substances, done with care, produce some kind of a positive result?
Otherwise the Jacu or Lowak are kind of collected to not  allow to go
to waste.
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5) From: Coffeenut
Bird's digest food via a gizzard I believe, and they poop many times a day.
So, my guess is that the Jacu isn't adding any unique flavor to the coffee
via its brief period through the bird's digestive tract.  
So for those of you ordering this coffee (I'll get my pound too), do you
plan to share it with guests?  If so, do you plan to tell them before or
afterward about the "special processing" or not at all?
Gotta love a little "zest" in our coffee-loving endeavors!
Rick

6) From: miKe mcKoffee
I'd say the difference is the Jacu or Civet are part of a natural process
while "man" attempting to alter the raw product through replicating a Jacu
or Civet processing would not. Whether a Jacu or Civet processed coffee
cherry IS positive or superior is quite open to debate, but it exists in
nature and hence is there for the choosing. 
Don't get me wrong, I've nothing against experimenting with coffee in
various culinary ways but much prefer, nay demand, "starting" with a natural
product. For instance pulling a shot into cardamom seeds with a touch of
honey makes an interesting "Turkish Style" shot but I'd never even dream of
buying coffee that had been processed with cardamom at any stage be it
cherry or post roast.
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7) From: Brett Mason
And not only that, Mike, but a man might actually suffer real pain, tring to
process whole coffee cherries through his system.
But if you go there, do let us know how the cupping goes.  I can only
imagine this might be the epitome of home coffee roasting....
Brett
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8) From: raymanowen
"let us know how the cupping goes.  I can only imagine this might be the
epitome of home coffee roasting.... "
Yeah- if it gets that far.
One hears stories...  I think there are some that would swear the roasting
started upon consumption of the green coffee and progressed through the
alimentary ductwork.
Cheers -RayO, aka Opa!
Eschew DECAFFEINATED BEANS- How do they do that in the cherry? It's
Unnatural

9) From: Marc Tooley
That GOLD, Brett! Gold! Oh my god that was a good laugh. Thanks for 
that..
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10) From: Jeffrey Walls
Well, I ordered some of the Jacu Bird coffee http://sweetmarias.com/coffee=.southamr.brasil.html#Brazil_Jacu) and it's just now come in.  I only got t=
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ked out well?
 Jeff
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To: homeroast
Sent: Wednesday, October 15, 2008 4:10:44 PM
Subject: Re: [Homeroast] GC Roasting Help and thermometer question
"...565 degrees before first crack" That is about 43 F colder than dry i=
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(Solid CO2). It would take some industrial refrigeration and extreme
pressure for sure... -ro
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11) From: David Martin
I roasted my first 8oz of this the other day. I took it to around FC+,
stopping after the first few snaps of 2nd crack. It seems to have
responded well to this roast level. There's nothing particularly
unusual about it, but it's a very enjoyable cup.
-Dave
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12) From: Jeffrey Walls
Thanks, Dave.  I took mine to C+ but haven't tried it yet.  I actually mean=
t to go to FC but for some reason I hit the cool button before it was reall=
y "done".  I'll try FC next though, thanks!  Because my friends are complet=
ely disgusted by the idea of bird-excreted coffee, I posted some pics of th=
e roasting athttp://www.flickr.com/photos/yirgajeff/sets/72157608067073722/:-)
 Jeff
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From: David Martin 
To: homeroast
Sent: Thursday, October 16, 2008 10:42:37 AM
Subject: Re: [Homeroast] Jacu Bird Coffee
I roasted my first 8oz of this the other day. I took it to around FC+,
stopping after the first few snaps of 2nd crack. It seems to have
responded well to this roast level. There's nothing particularly
unusual about it, but it's a very enjoyable cup.
-Dave
On Wed, Oct 15, 2008 at 3:24 PM, Jeffrey Walls
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13) From: g paris
not me...
1000 bucks a cup, who cares??!!
gp
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14) From: Sandy Andina
Jacu Bird coffee is not the same as Kopi Luwak--it was about twelve  =
bucks a pound, IIRC, last time I bought it.
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15) From: miKe mcKoffee
I'll say it's "different" cost wise! I've only purchased Kopi once, 'bout 7
years ago. It wasn't through Tom, $150 LB unroasted...
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16) From: Jeffrey Walls
How was it?  How did it compare to Jacu?
 Jeff
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From: miKe mcKoffee 
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Sent: Thursday, October 16, 2008 3:00:14 PM
Subject: Re: [Homeroast] Jacu Bird Coffee
I'll say it's "different" cost wise! I've only purchased Kopi once, 'bout 7
years ago. It wasn't through Tom, $150 LB unroasted...
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17) From: Eric Faust
I must have missed the boat on the Jacu Bird Coffee. Does anyone have any
left. I am writing an article on animal processed coffees like the Kopi
Luwak and really need to get my hands on some of the Jacu Bird. Or Tom, will
you be offering the coffee again soon?
Thanks,
Eric
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18) From: Alchemist John
How much would help?
At 11:49 AM 2/12/2009, you wrote:
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19) From: Eric Faust
I guess I just need a pound or so. I am writing an article for a site that
is going to launch next week and have an animal processed coffee article
scheduled for a few months out. I just need about a pound or even a half a
pound to roast up, take pictures of, taste and talk about.
Thanks,
Eric
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20) From: Joseph Robertson
Eric,
Be sure an provide a link to that future site for us listers. Sounds like fun.
JoeR
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21) From: Eric Faust
Sure will, the site is going to be called The Heavy Table(will launch next
week). It is mostly a food and restaurant review site, but I bring in some
articles on Coffee. Which is why I am looking to get my hands on some of
Tom's Jacu Bird. If anyone has any please let me know. I have been able to
track down Monkey Parchment and Kopi Luwak. Just need the bird coffee. Also,
if anyone knows of any other animal processed coffees, let me know.
Eric Faust
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22) From: Joseph Robertson
Eric,
The roasting side of my business is Sasquatch Coffee Roasters. I have
a team of friends leaving cache's of my greens in the upper area's of
Skamania County Washington where there were sitings and tracks in the
early to late 70's. With bait like this how can they resist. One day I
hope to provide you with with a one of a kind bean. But as always we
will need a name for this.
<];^), extra similes on this note. Untill then Eric I will follow your
work on this topic.
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23) From: Steve Carlson
you can have mine.  I thought it was lousy.  Tell me where to send it, and
it's yours.
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24) From: Steve Carlson
BTW, I only have about 1/3 pound left, so let me know if that will work for
you.
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25) From: Eric Faust
Steve that is sweet! Thank you so much, it will help me round off the
article with three animal processed coffees and it will allow me to put a
plug in for Sweet Maria's. Thank you so much. Please send it to the address
below. I will keep you posted on the article.
Best Regards,
Eric Faust
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St. Paul, MN 55104
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26) From: Steve Carlson
It shall be done.  I'll probably get this in the mail tomorrow.  It was by
far the worst coffee I've got from SM's.  Can't wait to pass it on!
[BTW, I'm humming right now on the Guatemala Antigua peaberries that I
recently got.  WOW! -- what a cup.  Never tasted so much chocolate in a cup
of coffee.  I'm planning to blend it next time with a fruity Ethiopian,
which should be dynamite.]
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27) From: David Martin
No disrespect intended at all to Steve, but I just wanted to express
an alternate opinion about the Jacu Bird. I thought it was quite good.
I didn't detect anything particularly unusual or offensive about the
flavor - just tasted like a good, sweet South American coffee. It was
too expensive for me to justify buying again, but I did enjoy it.
Again, no disrespect to Steve, I just thought that since you're going
to be writing about it, it would be a shame to have your opinion
biased by a single two-thumbs-down data point.
-Dave
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28) From: Jeff Kilpatrick
Ditto.
Same from my mom.  Actually, she'd probably rave about it more.
-jeff'
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29) From: Eric Faust
Thanks for the input. The article that I am writing is going to talk about
three animal processed coffees that different people roast in Minnesota.Jim
Cone (Coffee and Tea Ltd.) - Kopi Luwak
Miguel Meza (Paradise Roasters) - Monkey Parchment
A homeroast friend in Duluth - Jacu Bird
I just want to let people know about animal processed coffees. Let me know
if you know of any others. Thanks.
Eric Faust
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30) From: Steve Carlson
Eric -- the Jacu Bird is in flight.  You should have it shortly.  Please let
us know how you like it.  I'm sure many of us will be tuned in to your
review.
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31) From: Joseph Robertson
Eric,
At some point will you offer up photos of the creatures who father
this coffee for us. Or discovered it and made it possible for some of
us to enjoy it.
Regards,
JoeR
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32) From: Joseph Robertson
It would be fun if pictures of the animals was part of your Web article.
JoeR
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33) From: Eric Faust
Sounds great Steve,  thank you so much for sending the coffee. I am looking
forward to it.
Best Regards,
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34) From: g paris
check outhttp://homeroasters.org/php/news.phpone of the guys shouted about his roasting "the bird."
ginny
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35) From: Steve Carlson
Eddie Dove is a riot.  He gets around.  He's one of the bright lights of the
homeroast blogosphere.  He sent me a bunch of his GeneCare roast profiles,
which worked great.
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36) From: Hap Maguire
Steve
Any chance you could share those Gene Cafe roast profiles please? And/or
does anybody else have some to share? Thanks.
Hap Maguire
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37) From: g paris
you can get eddies gene cafe profiles here:http://homeroasters.org/php/news.phpginny
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38) From: Steve Carlson
Beat me to it!  Have fun with the profiles.  I must confess I've gotten lazy
and generally run most beans straight up to 482, let them hang out there for
a minute or two, and drop them down to the 460's until I feel that they're
done. I go a little cooler for Ethiopians and Kenyans, and I'll go longer
for Indonesians.  I've been getting great roasts, more or less "using the
force."  I love, love, love GeneCafe.
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39) From: Steve Carlson
Did the Jacu Bird land?
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40) From: Eric Faust
Steve,The jacu bird has migrated to Minnesota. I am looking forward to doing
a big taste test with it along side the Monkey Parchment and Kopi Luwak. It
will be interesting. The article is still a ways out, but I am beginning to
bring together the elements. You will all know when it is published.
Anybody know of any other animal processed coffees?
Eric Faust
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41) From: Steve Carlson
Eric, you better keep that Jacu Bird warm.  He's used to California.  And I
don't think he's got many feathers left.
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42) From: Eric Faust
Oh I have her in a warm place, have no fear. I just have to keep the Kopi
Luwak and Monkey Parchment from ganging up on her and starting a fight. It
is like a couple of beta fish.
Thanks again,
Eric Faust
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43) From: raymanowen
We had Harvey and other house rabbits, their litter box looked like it had
coffee beans...  ro
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You mean those AREN"T coffee beans? No wonder my roasts are a big "grassy".=
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45) From: Jim Couch
can make somone a good deal on some Snipe processed beans.........
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