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Topic: another Tradition for Christmas offering*** and the winners are! (5 msgs / 102 lines)
1) From: Edward Bourgeois
thanks for all your entries and kind words!!!
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The Winner of 1lb each of 2006 Misty Valley green lots 1 & 2
*****Mike Holland****** CA
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The Winners of (2)  1/4lb bags of  2006 Misty Valley lot 1.  2
different roasts but both are lightly roasted
with one being a little lighter than the other.
1. Joe Screnock     IL.
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2. Bryan Wray        MI
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3. Treshell Jones    WY.
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4. John Bonventre   NY
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5. Jerry Procopio    VA.
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I will hook-up the dog sled tomorrow(had a blizzard today here in MA.)
and send off the gifts.
Thanks again for another great year of coffee wisdom and I wish Happy
Holidays to all on the Sweet Marias list

2) From: Eddie Dove
Great going, Ed and congratulations everyone!
Eddie
-- 
Vita non est vivere sed valere vita est
Roasting Blog and Profiles for the Gene Cafehttp://southcoastcoffeeroaster.blogspot.com/On Dec 16, 2007 9:12 PM, Edward Bourgeois  wrote:
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3) From: Bryan Wray
Well that's what I get for not checking the list for 2 days... not only did I have 163 emails to go through, I had one really really important one!  Thanks so much for this offering Ed... I have greatly missed last years IMV, and can't wait to get some of it back.  Thanks again for this great offering!!
-Bry
 
Bryan Wray
NaDean's Coffee Place/
Dino's Coffee Lounge
Kalamazoo, MI
"It is my hope that people realize that coffee is more than just a caffeine delivery service, it can be a culinary art"- Chris Owens.
       
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4) From: Edward Bourgeois
Jerry and All. I had spent the morning plowing and shoveling from the
Blizzard and just pulled out the roaster and did up 2- 2lb batches. I
have been roasting mostly centrals for the past few months with my new
homebuilt and had not done a challenging light roast Ethiopian dry
processed with it. I did a slightly different profile for each without
coming close to 2nd. One appeared a little lighter. Normally I would
do a sample roast or two to find the sweet spot but it was a long busy
day. I hope it is at least somewhat drinkable but didn't keep any back
to see how it came out after rest. I find generally they do need at
least 6 or more days to even out.
Best regards,
Ed
On Dec 16, 2007 10:12 PM, Edward Bourgeois  wrote:
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5) From: michael holland
Jerry and All. I had spent the morning plowing and shoveling from the
Blizzard and just pulled out the roaster and did up 2- 2lb batches. I
have been roasting mostly centrals for the past few months with my new
homebuilt and had not done a challenging light roast Ethiopian dry
processed with it. I did a slightly different profile for each without
coming close to 2nd. One appeared a little lighter. Normally I would
do a sample roast or two to find the sweet spot but it was a long busy
day. I hope it is at least somewhat drinkable but didn't keep any back
to see how it came out after rest. I find generally they do need at
least 6 or more days to even out.
Best regards,
Ed
Ed,
Thanks for the update. Don't kill yourself getting the goodies out. This is
supposed to be fun.
Happy Holidays.
-- 
Michael Holland
Los Angeles City Archives
President, Cellarmasters


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