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Topic: Peaches! (5 msgs / 127 lines)
1) From: Bill Van Huis
*I'd like to branch out to other coffees besides just the Indonesian ones.
 Any suggestions?*
When I toured the Instelligentsia facility a few years ago, I asked the
guide the same question. She suggested Brazilians. I was drinking a lot of
Indonesian coffees at the time. You might also try some of the more
fuller-bodied Central American coffees.
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2) From: gin
I missed the peaches coffee thread, what is the coffee?
thanks in advance,
ginny
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3) From: Ken B
I absoutely love the Indonesean coffee's, but have also found I enjoy 
the El Salvador's I have had.  The ones I tried were Siberia and 
Matalapa, and bought 10 lbs of the Matalapa.  I learned my lesson when 
the Siberia ran out before I figured out I really liked it. ;-) As 
always, YMMV.
Best Regards,
Ken B
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4) From: John Despres
Ginny,
It started with Brett's post below - Subject: "Peaches?"
John
I roasted 1.5lb Rwanda Gkongoro to City, maybe City +, in my BBQ / Drum.
Pulled it, and cooled it on the back patio using my concrete heat-sink
technology.
After 10 minutes, put it into the Mason Jar, latched it, and started the
rest.
After one hour rest, I opened the jar to see if I could detect the mandarin
or the sweet-and-sour notes...
Nope.
But strong and clear was the smell of canned peaches.  Amazing.
Pulled a shot on the oscar, and sure enough...
Peaches.
Somebody let me know - did you note the peaches too?
Regards,
Brett
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5) From: Paul Helbert
After 10 minutes, put it into the Mason Jar, latched it, and started the
rest.
After one hour rest, I opened the jar to see if I could detect the mandarin
or the sweet-and-sour notes...
Nope.
But strong and clear was the smell of canned peaches.  Amazing.
Pulled a shot on the oscar, and sure enough...
Peaches.
Somebody let me know - did you note the peaches too?
Regards,
Brett
I had a jar lid lead to a similar experience. It was a little Dijon
mustard jar and it gave a mustard smell to the coffee stored in it.
Maybe boiling the lid would have helped. I'm sure my problem was the
rubber seal.
A new lid would remove all doubt.
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Paul Helbert
Prepackaged, roasted & ground coffee,,,
Some of the worst ideas since sliced bread.
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