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Topic: As Coffee Cools ... (6 msgs / 134 lines)
1) From: Eddie Dove
Josh reminded me with his "as coffee cools" ...
I was out of town (for work), exhausted, frustrated, etc., then at
~9:30 PM I receive a call from a customer of mine, 'Man this coffee
has been sitting in the cup, in my truck since this morning and it is
awesome!  I just had to call you ..."
NEVER discard a cooled cup of coffee without sippin'!
I wish everyone a fantastic weekend!
Vita non est vivere sed valere vita est
Roasting Blog and Profiles for the Gene Cafehttp://southcoastcoffeeroaster.blogspot.com/On 8/24/07, Robert Joslin  wrote:

2) From: Aaron
Eddie for a while I was taking two cups of coffee with me to work every 
morning.  the drink to work cup and the take in and drink AT work cup.
more often than not the to work cup was about half full and sitting in 
my car all day stewing in the cup holder.   Id get in at the end of the 
day, the at work cup is bone dry, the to work cup is sitting there, id 
say wtf, and grab it.... not bad, even after hours of sitting, still 
really good coffee compared to some of the other stuff we used to swill 
fishing, my thermos keeps it hot for a long long time,  many times we 
end up drinking coffee 12 - 14hours old,  still.. really good coffee..
just because its a few hours old doesn't mean it's bad.  Ok the snobs on 
the list will wrinkle their noses at this but the rest of us.... don't 
waste the coffee :)

3) From: Kevin
If the coffee is kept in an insulated thermos for a few hours, I would agree
with you Aaron.  I just can't handle it if it's been on the burner for a few
hours or sitting in an open cup on a desk (so it has cooled).  That I cannot
handle.  The cup will taste flat IMHO
My home coffee roasting blog:http://homecoffeeroastblog.blogspot.com/Kevin

4) From: Brian Kamnetz
On 8/24/07, Eddie Dove  wrote:
I agree, Eddie. In fact, I often let my coffee cool in the cup for an hour
or more before the first sit, and it is often 3 or 4 hours before the cup is
gone. It seems to become smoother, richer, sweeter, over that length of

5) From: raymanowen
In a simplex radio relay system, the person speaking has to say,
"over" at the end of his transmission, so that all the operators on
the link can switch from receiver power to transmitter plate power
after the antenna relay is switched. Transmitter plate power is the
last thing On, and first Off when switching.
So the phrase, "...id say wtf, and grab it...." would need to be
amended to, "...id
say wtfo, and grab it...."
I took all kinds of official abuse for assuming the role of the FCC
(VCC?) in naming the call letters of our bootleg radio station "WTFO"
at Thuy Hoa!
"What do you mean this damn transmitter was stolen in Saigon? I found
it here and some of my amateur radio friends back in the world sent
tubes out of their own tube stashes to help me get this boat anchor on
the air."
"It wasn't a transmitter when I first saw it, and now I built a high
powered signal generator to use for radio relay testing- check with
the Captain- Would you like a cold six pack of San Miguel?"-
San Miguel beat the Blazes out of Carling Black Label and attenuated
harassment episodes.
Cheers -RayO, aka Opa!
Your tax dollars at work- they were green and so was I. I stole nothing-
On 8/24/07, Aaron  wrote:
"When the theme hits the bass, I dance the Jig!" - -Virgil Fox at the
Mighty Wichita (ex- NYC Paramount) WurliTzer- 1976

6) From: Homeroaster
Ray, I hope you write a book sometime.  Your stories are so entertaining.
Ed Needham
"to absurdity and beyond!"http://www.homeroaster.com*********************

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