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Topic: Java Government Estate Djampit (5 msgs / 93 lines)
1) From: Eddie Dove
This is one of my favorite coffees.
Last Saturday I roasted it to Full City+ for some others and had just
enough left over for one pot of drip, so I put it in the mason jar and
let it rest with the intent of brewing it to bring to work today, a
Friday treat.
I just sat down at my desk a little while ago, poured some into a cup
and indulged ...
WOW!  ROOT BEER EXPLOSION!  ith some really nice, lingering, chocolate
bittersweets and somewhat of a floral / herbal fragrance.
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Vita non est vivere sed valere vita est
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2) From: Eddie Dove
This is one of my favorite coffees.
Last Saturday I roasted it to Full City+ for some others and had just
enough left over for one pot of drip, so I put it in the mason jar and
let it rest with the intent of brewing it to bring to work today, a
Friday treat.
I just sat down at my desk a while ago, poured some into a cup and indulged ...
WOW!  ROOT BEER EXPLOSION!  I have gotten hints of root beer before,
but this is really something else!  Without over analyzing, there is
also some really nice, lingering, chocolate bittersweets and somewhat
of a floral / herbal fragrance ... NICE!
Back to enjoying what's in the cup ...
Have a great Friday and weekend, everyone!
Eddie
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Vita non est vivere sed valere vita est
Roasting Blog and Profiles for the Gene Cafehttp://southcoastcoffeeroaster.blogspot.com/

3) From: Les
The Djampit is one of my favorites too.  Blend it 50-50 with a good DP
Brazil for espresso and you will swoon!
Les
On 7/27/07, Eddie Dove  wrote:
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4) From: john nanavati
i donated my last half pound of that to a church fund raiser last week. very
sad.
On 7/27/07, Les  wrote:
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John Nanavati, DHI, CIT
Plainfield, New Jersey

5) From: Jeff Oien
Eddie Dove wrote:
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When I first tasted this (previous crop) I thought, "Weird". It was so 
different from anything else I'd tasted. Not because it's wild like a 
Kenya or Yemen but just different. It's not even like any other Indo 
although it closest similarity would be Timor I suppose. The oiliest 
feel of any bean I've had. I love it with Yemen for a (somewhat) true 
Mokha/Java blend.
JeffO


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