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Topic: Tale of Two DPs (3 msgs / 124 lines)
1) From: sci
Tale 1: Koratie DP; C; IR2; AP, FP. Uneven roast and lot's of quakers, but
hey it's DP.  All that's been said is quite true (as usual). P-H-E-N-O-M,
exotic, candy-like fruitiness. It's like a tuttie fruity Jolly Rodger. I
mean really, I could barely tell I was drinking coffee, and I don't mean
that in a bad way.  Dry aroma hints at what's to come in the cup; even
roasting aromas smell fruity: breath deep the gathering bloom...watch lights
fade from every room. I'll be roasting the Koratie WP tonight and cupping
first thing Fri. AM next to the DP.  Can't wait. But this DP is Blue-Ray
HDTV!
IMV move over, you just lost the DP Gold Medal.
I might roast some IMV and put in the cupping ring to box it out with Kora.
I have 5 or 6 DP's in my stash, but now they have lost their luster, and
they are not slouches.
Tale 2: Don Pepe DP; C+; IR2; FP. This DP sings remarkable fruit notes, but
tangier, like a sweet-tart guava. It doesn't have the candy-like quality of
the Koratie DP, but more of a twang, quite pleasant. This bean is going fast
if it isn't already gone, but it is quite unique and worth the trouble. It
has more chaff than anything I've ever seen. It had so much chaff that it
literally choked my IR2, and I had to remove the collector to cool the
beans. So if you have a roaster that collects chaff, you might want to roast
somewhere you can remove it and let it blow out.
Thanks again Sweet Maria's for scoring true world-class coffee.
Ivan
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2) From: sci
Oops! I meant Jolly Rancher, not Roger, ha. [Bloody pirates have
hornswoggled me of my wits!]
++++++++++++
Tale 1: Koratie DP; C; IR2; AP, FP. Uneven roast and lot's of quakers, but
hey it's DP.  All that's been said is quite true (as usual). P-H-E-N-O-M,
exotic, candy-like fruitiness. It's like a tuttie fruity Jolly Rodger. I
mean really, I could barely tell I was drinking coffee, and I don't mean
that in a bad way.  Dry aroma hints at what's to come in the cup; even
roasting aromas smell fruity: breath deep the gathering bloom...watch lights
fade from every room. I'll be roasting the Koratie WP tonight and cupping
first thing Fri. AM next to the DP.  Can't wait. But this DP is Blue-Ray
HDTV!
IMV move over, you just lost the DP Gold Medal.
I might roast some IMV and put in the cupping ring to box it out with Kora.
I have 5 or 6 DP's in my stash, but now they have lost their luster, and
they are not slouches.
Tale 2: Don Pepe DP; C+; IR2; FP. This DP sings remarkable fruit notes, but
tangier, like a sweet-tart guava. It doesn't have the candy-like quality of
the Koratie DP, but more of a twang, quite pleasant. This bean is going fast
if it isn't already gone, but it is quite unique and worth the trouble. It
has more chaff than anything I've ever seen. It had so much chaff that it
literally choked my IR2, and I had to remove the collector to cool the
beans. So if you have a roaster that collects chaff, you might want to roast
somewhere you can remove it and let it blow out.
Thanks again Sweet Maria's for scoring true world-class coffee.
Ivan
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3) From: Martin Dobbins
Too much Jack Sparrow?
--- On Thu, 7/31/08, sci  wrote
Oops! I meant Jolly Rancher, not Roger, ha. [Bloody pirates have
hornswoggled me of my wits!]
++++++++++++
Tale 1: Koratie DP; C; IR2; AP, FP. Uneven roast and lot's of quakers, but
hey it's DP.  All that's been said is quite true (as usual).
P-H-E-N-O-M,
exotic, candy-like fruitiness. It's like a tuttie fruity Jolly Rodger. I
mean really, I could barely tell I was drinking coffee, and I don't mean
that in a bad way.  Dry aroma hints at what's to come in the cup; even
roasting aromas smell fruity: breath deep the gathering bloom...watch lights
fade from every room. I'll be roasting the Koratie WP tonight and cupping
first thing Fri. AM next to the DP.  Can't wait. But this DP is Blue-Ray
HDTV!
IMV move over, you just lost the DP Gold Medal.
I might roast some IMV and put in the cupping ring to box it out with Kora.
I have 5 or 6 DP's in my stash, but now they have lost their luster, and
they are not slouches.
Tale 2: Don Pepe DP; C+; IR2; FP. This DP sings remarkable fruit notes, but
tangier, like a sweet-tart guava. It doesn't have the candy-like quality of
the Koratie DP, but more of a twang, quite pleasant. This bean is going fast
if it isn't already gone, but it is quite unique and worth the trouble. It
has more chaff than anything I've ever seen. It had so much chaff that it
literally choked my IR2, and I had to remove the collector to cool the
beans. So if you have a roaster that collects chaff, you might want to roast
somewhere you can remove it and let it blow out.
Thanks again Sweet Maria's for scoring true world-class coffee.
Ivan
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