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Topic: New, wild arrival - Check it Out! (5 msgs / 289 lines)
1) From: Bill Morgan
http://www.sweetmarias.com/coffee.asia.india.html#anohki_liberica"It's a challenging coffee to evaluate, to score (it's too funky and
off-kilter to gain high numercial scores), but I feel compelled to offer it.
It's a rare coffee available only in small amounts, and a totally unique
experience (not a subtle one at that), and you won't forget this coffee ...
for better or worse!"
I can't wait!
Bill

2) From: Homeroaster
Sounds more like a fruity, funky Belgian Lambic beer than a coffee.
Might be worth a try.
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Ed Needham
"to absurdity and beyond!"http://www.homeroaster.com*********************

3) From: Les
Bill my order is in!  The other two India coffees are outstanding too.
 So I now have two of my favorite espresso bases coming as well as
something wild and new!  This should be fun.  For you new folks, this
is a rare treat!  Don't be intimidated, if you are open to the
enjoyment of coffee on the edges don't be afraid to order this one.
We are all on a level playing field.  In 26 years of homeroasting this
will be my first liberica cultivator too!   Hey Tom, did you try a
ristretto?  You know I will!  I love a good coffee from India.
I still have some of Monsooned Malabar.  Plain Mike got me hooked
adding some of this to a number of my espresso blends.  The tree dried
should make an awesome espresso base.
Les
On 9/20/07, Bill Morgan  wrote:
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4) From: Sandy Andina
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This sounds like an even funkier & fun coffee than Monsooned Malabar  
or Aged Sumatra!
On Sep 20, 2007, at 11:24 PM, Les wrote:
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This sounds like an even funkier & fun coffee than Monsooned Malabar =
or Aged Sumatra!
On Sep 20, 2007, at 11:24 PM, Les =
wrote:
Bill my order is in!  The other two India coffees = are outstanding too. So I now have two of my = favorite espresso bases coming as well as  = This should be fun.  = For you new folks, thisis a rare = treat!  Don't be = intimidated, if you are open to theenjoyment of = coffee on the edges don't be afraid to order this one.We are all on a level playing field.  In 26 years of homeroasting = thiswill be my first liberica = cultivator too!   Hey = Tom, did you try aristretto?  You know I will!  I love a good coffee from = India.I still have some of Monsooned = Malabar.  Plain Mike got = me hookedadding some of this to a number = of my espresso blends.  = The tree driedshould make an awesome = espresso base. Les On 9/20/07, Bill Morgan <bilmor> wrote: = "It's a = challenging coffee to evaluate, to score (it's too funky andoff-kilter to gain high numercial scores), but I = feel compelled to offer it.It's a rare = coffee available only in small amounts, and a totally uniqueexperience (not a subtle one at that), and you won't = forget this coffee ...for better or = worse!" I can't wait! Bill homeroast mailing listhttp://li=sts.sweetmarias.com/mailman/listinfo/homeroastTo change your personal list settings (digest = options, vacations, unsvbscribes) go to http://=sweetmarias.com/maillistinfo.html#personalsettings = Sandywww.sass-music.com
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5) From: Stephen Carey
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This is exactly why Tom discussed stash sizes, I just can't afford it 
now.  Not with getting my stash up to a decent size, the roaster and 
the grinder, plus life stuff.
But, I can say that I have 18 countries represented, so that is not 
bad.  I am making notes to what to try next time they come 
around.  And maybe I will get lucky and be able to order it after we 
do bills today.  I did order t-shirts, so that is something.
At 12:52 AM 9/21/2007, you wrote:
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This is exactly why Tom discussed stash sizes, I just can't
afford it now.  Not with getting my stash up to a decent size, the
roaster and the grinder, plus life stuff.
But, I can say that I have 18 countries represented, so that is not
bad.  I am making notes to what to try next time they come
around.  And maybe I will get lucky and be able to order it after we
do bills today.  I did order t-shirts, so that is
something.
At 12:52 AM 9/21/2007, you wrote:
This sounds like an even funkier
& fun coffee than Monsooned Malabar or Aged Sumatra!
On Sep 20, 2007, at 11:24 PM, Les wrote:
Bill my order is in!  The
other two India coffees are outstanding too.
 So I now have two of my favorite espresso bases coming as well
as
something wild and new!  This should be fun.  For you new
folks, this
is a rare treat!  Don't be intimidated, if you are open to the
enjoyment of coffee on the edges don't be afraid to order this one.
We are all on a level playing field.  In 26 years of homeroasting
this
will be my first liberica cultivator too!   Hey Tom, did you
try a
ristretto?  You know I will!  I love a good coffee from
India.
I still have some of Monsooned Malabar.  Plain Mike got me
hooked
adding some of this to a number of my espresso blends.  The tree
dried
should make an awesome espresso base.
Les
On 9/20/07, Bill Morgan
<bilmor>
wrote:
http://www.sweetmarias.com/coffee.asia.india.html#anohki_liberica"It's a challenging coffee to evaluate, to score (it's too funky
and
off-kilter to gain high numercial scores), but I feel compelled to offer
it.
It's a rare coffee available only in small amounts, and a totally
unique
experience (not a subtle one at that), and you won't forget this coffee
...
for better or worse!"
I can't wait!
Bill
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