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 homeroast mailing listhttp://lists.sweetmarias.com/mailman/listinfo/homeroast
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
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".
<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN"> 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