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Topic: Sulawesi Wet-Process Toarco Peaberry (5 msgs / 166 lines)
1) From: miKe mcKoffee
Can't believe it's still available on SM site. We got 120# via Tom's Coffee
Shrubs site and just did the LAST production roast yesterday and can't get
more, Shrubs allocation sold out weeks ago. (Could buy 20's via SM site but
not at $0.80/LB more.)
Phenomenal coffee. While quite atypical for Sulawesi it's a superb cup. This
is not a Sulawesi you want to roast dark. You "could", but IMO that would
kill what makes it so special. I take it City ~429f, start of 1st ~12:45 end
of roast ~16:30. Killer about any brewing method especially espresso. From
our bag label:
Juicy raspberry, almond, pineapple and sweet cucumber round out this
intense, wine-like coffee. The oily large body finishes delicately sweet and
clean. Toarco is a washing station in the Toraja region of Sulawesi. Most
Sulawesi is wet-hulled, this atypical wet process lets the coffee's natural
character fully sing.
Get yours before I change my mind and bite the financial bullet buying up
what Tom has left offered on SM site regardless the cost....
(I did set aside 2LB for future personal roasting:-)
Slave to the Bean  miKe mcKoffee
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2) From: Frank Parth
miKe,
I'm taken' your word for this and ordered 5#.  Since I already have 25 pounds or so in my stack it may be awhile before 
I get to this, but I'm looking forward to it.
Frank
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3) From: Bryan Wray
To put it into perspective:
This morning I worked at the roastery.  My first 10 customers all got Sul=
awesi based beverages (3 straight shots, 2 americanos, 2 capps, 1 macc, 2 p=
our overs) and 4 of them purchased whole bean bags as well.
One person said I ruined their day when I told them we did our last roast y=
esterday.
We had a moment of silence before we dropped the beans in the drum.
Really...
-bry
Bryan Wray
Nor'West Coffee
360.831.1480
Bryan
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--- On Tue, 7/20/10, Frank Parth  wrote:
From: Frank Parth 
Subject: Re: [Homeroast] Sulawesi Wet-Process Toarco Peaberry
To: "A list to discuss home coffee roasting. There are rules for this list,=
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Date: Tuesday, July 20, 2010, 9:24 AM
miKe,
I'm taken' your word for this and ordered 5#.  Since I already have 25 po=
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I get to this, but I'm looking forward to it.
Frank
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4) From: Ryan M. Ward
"While quite atypical for Sulawesi it's a superb cup. This is not a Sulawesi you want to roast dark."
Try roasting "normal" Sulawesi Sub-Full City Roast. I am telling you the roasters have it totally wrong! Sulawesi is better roasted a little lighter than is traditional. I think roasting dark destroys some flavor hints that really distinguish Sulawesi and make it beautiful.
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5) From: Justin Schwarz
fantastic coffee, I would buy more but I need to focus on that guatemala JBM that will probably be gone oh too soon.  I have about 2 pounds of guat JBM from last years offering and it's one of my favorites roasted to a C+  as straight shots.
Thanks again Tom & Maria
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