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Topic: Panama Bambito Estate (2 msgs / 79 lines)
1) From: Les
Do you want Kona richness at half the price?  Here is a sleeper
coffee!  The Bambito Estate is one of the more complex coffees I have
had this year.  It doesn't have the "piny" quality that I like in a
Kona, but it has that clean crispness with layers and layers of flavor
and complexity.  I am getting some nice clean citrus at the beginning
of the cup, followed by some currant, and then some chocolate.  It has
a slight maltiness that keeps the brightness in check but it doesn't
muddy the cup.  This is a nice clean crisp cup with wonderful
aftertaste.  This is a real bargain bean.
Les

2) From: Stephen Carey
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Count me in to order it.  I love the Panama Lerida Estate Peaberry, 
my second favorite so far (a Rwanda bean is still my favorite).  This 
bean sounds like it will take what I get from the above mentioned 
Peaberry and really build on the character and chocolate.
Thanks for the recommendation.  So many recommendations, so little 
time to drink it all, let alone roast it all.
At 10:57 AM 8/7/2007, you wrote:
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Count me in to order it.  I love the Panama Lerida
Estate Peaberry, my second favorite so far (a Rwanda bean is still my
favorite).  This bean sounds like it will take what I get from the
above mentioned Peaberry and really build on the character and
chocolate.
Thanks for the recommendation.  So many recommendations, so little
time to drink it all, let alone roast it all.
At 10:57 AM 8/7/2007, you wrote:
Do you want Kona richness at
half the price?  Here is a sleeper
coffee!  The Bambito Estate is one of the more complex coffees I
have
had this year.  It doesn't have the "piny" quality that I
like in a
Kona, but it has that clean crispness with layers and layers of
flavor
and complexity.  I am getting some nice clean citrus at the
beginning
of the cup, followed by some currant, and then some chocolate.  It
has
a slight maltiness that keeps the brightness in check but it doesn't
muddy the cup.  This is a nice clean crisp cup with wonderful
aftertaste.  This is a real bargain bean.
Les
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