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Topic: Australian Greens on their way (4 msgs / 90 lines)
1) From: Mike McGinness
We meant a couple from Australia on Tuesday's Kona Council sponsored farm & mill tour. They run a
coffee roastery/cafe. They don't have greens on their website but are going to send me a couple
pounds Australian greens when they get back "down under". Way cool, another continent to try coffee
from!
Will let you know how it is...
MM;-)
Home Roasting in Vancouver, WA USA
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2) From:
Used to be a member on the list from down under.  I can't remember her name
at this moment, but probably as soon as I send this I'll remember it!:)  I
do remember she signs "Bean Wild".  She lives in Hong Kong now, and I
recieved a LB. of Aussie beans from her by way of Hong Kong!  A couple of
ladies , who are friends of hers, own a plantation in Australia.  The coffee
was very good, I wanted to order more, but the owners were concerned about
the import laws, of which I know nothing.  I have always meant to pursue it
further, but don't really know where to start.  US Customs perhaps?
Scott

3) From: TFisher511
You must be talking about Mandy Willison. She really seemed to enjoy her fresh roasted coffee! I do hope we hear from her again someday.
Terry F
In a message dated 11/17/01 11:04:55 PM Eastern Standard Time, sjensen writes:
Used to be a member on the list from down under.  I can't remember her name
at this moment, but probably as soon as I send this I'll remember it!:)  I
do remember she signs "Bean Wild".

4) From:
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Yes!  That s the name I was searching for! Her 
husband flies for Cathay Pacific, so they are currently stationed in Hong 
Kong.  I used to have her Email, but lost it when I upgraded my PC.  
Last I talked with her she had just gotten a Syd and Jerry's 
roaster.
Scott


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