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1) From: Byron - Sweet Maria's Coffee
Hello. Today's new arrivals are not all coffee. Alongside an El Salvador
Pacamara and a Yemen comes Cascara tea. **Yes, Cascara is tea but it's the
dried fruit from the coffee plant. Click on the links below or
herefor a summary of them
all.
-El Salvador La Montanita
Pacamara
-Yemen Mokha Harasi
-El Salvador Cascara Coffee
Tea
.
*Have you seen Tom's latest photos and videos from Sumatra? Check them out
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2) From: Byron - Sweet Maria's Coffee
Hi Everyone,
We will be closed for inventory tomorrow (Friday) and Monday but don't let
that stop you from checking out the new additions to our coffee line-up.
Click on the links below or here
for a summary of them all.
-Costa Rica Finca Bella
Vista
-El Salvador Finca La Montanita
Bourbon
-Kenya Kirinyaga Kiunyu
Peaberry
-Kenya Muranga Kangunu
Peaberry
-Espresso Workshop #21 -The Satpura
Fold
.
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3) From: Byron - Sweet Maria's Coffee
Hello Everyone,
We added three new coffees today. Please click on the links below for their
descriptions or here  for a
summary of them all.
Rwanda Jomba Vunga
Ecuador Organic Espindola Small
Producers
Colombia La Serrania EA
Decaf
Tune into our Ustream page tomorrow (Friday, Jan. 13th) at noon PST to
watch out first live, interactive webcast. Here's the link.
www.ustream.tv/channel/sweet-marias
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4) From: Byron - Sweet Maria's Coffee
Hello All,
Here's a heads up on two new Kenyas we just added.Click
herefor a summary of them
both or on the links below for individual
descriptions.
-Kenya Nyeri AA
Tegu
-Kenya Nyeri Ngunguru
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5) From: John Monteleone
Hey Byron
Have you guys tried to do anything to prevent the spam messages from going
out.  I'm getting concerned about clicking on any of your emails.  And I
want to!
Thanks
John
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6) From: Joseph Robertson
John,
I think it has more to do with sign up filtering. Help me with this Byron.
Hackers can always find there way into a system if they really want to.
Spammers like this last one usually have only one intent.( Usually ).
As an end user and a long time list member of this list. I still practice
basic web safety and don't click on any thing inside of an email Ever
unless I know who, what and were it is from. I also spent $ on a real
firewall / internet security program just in case I have one too many cups
of SM coffees in the am or one too many microbrew pints at night.
Safe roasting and even safer web surfing.
Joe
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Craft Coffee Roasting by Design
joe  
(360)521-3104
PO Box 451
Stevenson,Washington
98648 USA
"Security is mostly a superstition.
It does not exist in nature,
nor do the children of men
as a whole experience it."
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7) From: Rich
Reliance on a software firewall and AV program will eventually leave you 
very unhappy.
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8) From: Joseph Robertson
Rich,
would you mind elaborating on that point? Just curious because I'm not
unhappy yet and I have been using a strong system for years now.
I'm sure we can all use your incite and experience.
Joseph
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Sasquatch Coffee Roasters
Craft Coffee Roasting by Design
joe  
(360)521-3104
PO Box 451
Stevenson,Washington
98648 USA
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children of men as a whole experience it. Avoiding danger is no safer in
the long run than outright exposure. Life is either a daring adventure or
nothing.”
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9) From: Tom Ulmer
This may be inciting (pun intended), however, the real question here is how
do you know what you don't know? I suppose if your AV and firewall manage
omnipotence you will continue to be happy. To a criminal the best con is the
one you don't see coming.

10) From: Rich
Sure, just returned from an afternoon road trip so I missed your reply 
when it hit. AV programs are reactive and not predictive so until the AV 
software writer is provided with a copy of the virus or in some cases 
the trojan pattern it is an unknown and you are defenseless unless the 
rudimentary predictive routines catch it. Foe example do you think the 
Iranians were running their internal networks with out very good AV and 
firewall protection? See: stuxnet worm.
As to firewalls, the vast majority of users can not configure them 
properly as they just lack the expertise and the user manual is 
incomprehensible to them. Incoming attacks are blocked quite effectively 
wit NAT or double NAT routing which is easily to set up but outgoing 
still requires a good, correctly implemented software firewall or you 
lose your Outlook or Outlook Express address book.
And on top of that adding a software firewall and AV program increases 
processor overhead and consumes available RAM and processor cycles.
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11) From: Byron - Sweet Maria's Coffee
Hello Everyone,
Here's a little mid-week action for you. We are adding Colombian micro lots
and a very good decaf blend. Click on the links below or
herefor a summary of them
all. Enjoy the rest of your week.
-Colombia Finca Buenavista - Carlos
Imbachi
-Colombia Tolima - Einar Ortiz
Microlot
-Sweet Maria's Shanga Babor SWP Decaf
Blend
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12) From: Byron - Sweet Maria's Coffee
Hello everyone. We just added 5 new coffees to our selection.
Ethiopia Grade 1 Chelelektu Yirga
Cheffean
amazingly delicate cup with jasmine notes, honey, and vanilla. Kenya
Nyeri AA Teguwith
currant, bright cherry and hard candy sweetness, really benefits from
proper rest. Yemen Mokha
Sharasiwith
dark fruits and rustic chocolate, also needs at least 3 days rest.
Espresso
Workshop #23 - Sundae, Java
Sundaya
sweet and tangy shot that is also clean. Finally, Honduras
Carruchil FTO WP
Decaf
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13) From: Byron - Sweet Maria's Coffee
 Hello everyone,
We just added two new crop Guats and two Hawaii lots:  Guatemala Antigua
Hacienda Carmona
Pulcala
silky cup with effervescent quality, and grape-like sweetness.
Guatemala
Antigua Retana Red
Bourbonwith
fig, prune, muscovado sugar and molasses. These are both rather small
lots so we have to limit the offerings to allow everyone a chance to try
them. Hawaii Ka'anapali Dry Process Maui
Mokhaa
unique small, round-form 14 screen size bean with an interesting
profile:
honey, melted butter, and melted butter (NOT ideal for Behmor roasters).
And finally, Hawaii Kona - Kowali Farm
Typicais
light and silky with a brightness not often found in mild island
coffees, vanilla-laced honey lasts through the crystal clear flavors. Enjoy
these four great new arrivals.
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14) From: Byron - Sweet Maria's Coffee
Hello everyone, we are please to offer Ethiopia Goma Duromina
Cooperativewith
ripe berry and chocolate in a sweet, delicate cup. Aged
Sumatra Aceh '07
Cropis
a bit of an acquired taste with peppery notes, syrupy sweetness and
complex herbal notes. Espresso Workshop #24 - El
Competidora
chocolate laced blend with cherry brightness and creamy mouthfeel.
Bolivia
Beneficio Buenavista SWP
Decafa
very articulate, clean decaf with raw honey sweetness.
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15) From: Byron - Sweet Maria's Coffee
Hello everyone. Click here to check out the new El
Salvadorthat
we are happy to launch today. There are more Central American coffees
that we are eager to add next week but were able to get this one posted
before the weekend. Have a good one.
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16) From: kevin creason
Dang it! I just ordered this morning!
-Kevin
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what can't be done. ” -- Henry Ford  */
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17) From: Martin Maney
On Fri, Jun 22, 2012 at 07:12:07PM -0500, kevin creason wrote:
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Well then, thanks from everyone else - you know they don't post these
things until someone has just ordered!  :-)
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I had some of last year's Montanita, and it was great.  Good thing they
mentioned the others to be added in the near future, as I've been
waiting  and waiting for the new Centrals.  Broke down and
thawed & roasted some of the Siberia Pacamara last week, and it's not
even a Bourbon!
-- 
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18) From: Byron - Sweet Maria's Coffee
Greetings everyone. We just added 5 new coffees. Enjoy!
Costa Rica Helsar Caturra - Macho
Arcehas
cane sugar sweetness and raw cocoa in a lively, refreshing cup. Costa
Rica San Martin de Leon
Cortesis
silky with blackberry and malic brightness, you must keep this one
light
to truly enjoy. Guatemala Acatenango
Geshais
floral, as expected, with red cherry, kaffir lime and syrupy
sweetness. Brazil
Fazenda Recreio Yellow
Bourbonhas
a nectar-like body with rustic hints of tobacco, dark fruit and burnt
sugar. Ethiopia Jimma SWP Decaf
Blendis
yet another amazing custom decaf blend that has dark fruit and almond
milk notes.
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20) From: Byron - Sweet Maria's Coffee
Hello everyone. Here's the 2 new coffees we are adding. Expect more
offerings from Central America in the coming weeks. Also, thank you for
everyone who had shown support for keeping the Homeroast email list alive.
We will continue to host it and use it to announce new coffees right after
they are available for purchase. Take care. Have a great weekend.
*
Ethiopia Dry Process Saris
Abayais
heavily fruited with a blend of berries and spice, and healthy doses
of
chocolate. This coffee has a "weighty" body and silky mouthfeel.
Nicaragua Dipilto Cielo
Azulhas
an almond nuttiness to it, with butterscotch and honey.
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21) From: Seth Grandeau
Byron,
How would you compare the Saris Abaya to the other Ethiopian DPs, such
as Worka Sakaro?
-Seth
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22) From: John and Emma
Byron,
I sent out an email a couple of days ago and in it I mentioned." I don't
remember the last time I saw Harar Horse available? When is it usually
available?"
Can you answer this question for me?
John H.

23) From: Brian Kamnetz
John,
Though it will not help with specific information, an indication of
the answer to your question can be found on Tom's "Coffee Production
Timetable":http://www.sweetmarias.com/coffee.prod.timetable.phpTo summarize the Ethiopian coffees, they tend to ship between December
and June, with the best shipment period being Feb-June.
That being said, you no doubt noticed that a dry-processed Ethiopian
was posted just the other day, announced in the email you replied to.
Brian
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24) From: denis bordeleau
Dear John H.     I made some research in the very interesting Sweet=
 Maria's Coffee Archives department under 2008-2011 Ethiopia arrivals and f=
ound Ethiopia Harar Horse DP-Lot 17406 with a very interesting descriptio=
n and a cupping score of 89.0.  The date of arrival was March 2008.  It=
 looks like the last one up to now.  I hope that will help you remember i=
t but I certainly cannot presume anything about the usual availability, if =
there is any.  Unfortunately I did not have the chance to roast that bean=
 or to taste it either.    Best regards.       Denis
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 De : John and Emma 
À : "'A list to discuss home coffee roasting. There are rules for thisl=
ist, available athttp://www.sweetmarias.com/maillistinfo.html'" =
Envoyé le : samedi 28 juillet 2012 14h26
Objet : Re: [Homeroast] Sweet Maria's New Coffee Alert
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Byron,
I sent out an email a couple of days ago and in it I mentioned." I don't
remember the last time I saw Harar Horse available? When is it usually
available?"
Can you answer this question for me?
John H. =

25) From: John and Emma
Brian,
This is very useful thank you. Though I only buy through Sweet Maria's and
love to search through their website I seem to have never come across this
page before.
John H.

26) From: John and Emma
Thanks Denis,
It does bring back memories of this coffee. It was the best cup I have ever
had next to the ones I had in Costa Rica on the farms.
I keep a spreadsheet of all the coffees I have ordered over the years and
note country, bean name, process type, roast level and personal preference.
This helps me go back over the years and see what I have liked best and I
sometimes use it to help make orders. Maybe I should have added date
ordered.
When I started buying green beans from SM's I started by region and country
to get an idea of areas my wife and I preferred. This helped me learn that
though we prefer Costa Rican beans and Guatemala are supposed to be similar
we never found a Guatemalan bean we like. Then I bought based on process
type. Helping us learn whether we preferred one method over another. Over
the years I have found process type didn't make as big of a difference in
our preference then I had anticipated. I then bought based on cupping score.
Found that to us this really wasn't the best method on deciding what beans
to buy. Then I started buying based on brightness, flavour, body and finish.
More recently I have bought based on various random reasons.
Now I am in need of more beans and find it hard to decide what to buy.
John H. =

27) From: Brian Kamnetz
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29) From: John and Emma
I am in agreement with Brian. Even if I had bought a coffee I did not like I
only spent a week with a coffee "that is disappointing only in that it isn't
above average, though when ordering from Tom, average constitutes quite a
high bar."
Just placed my order. Ordered 17 different coffees, one pound of each except
the Brazil Fazenda Do Serato Lot 50 which I bought two pounds of.
I chose based on Tom's reviews.
John H. =

30) From: Brian Kamnetz
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31) From: Byron - Sweet Maria's Coffee
Hi Everyone,
Yes, the last time we offered that Harar was around 2008. It's hard to tell
when or if certain coffees will come in since there are so many factors
involved. You are doing the right thing by checking the archives for past
arrivals. In the future, please email our customer service department at
info for specifics on individual coffees and we will
continue to do our best to help you out. Thanks.
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32) From: Byron - Sweet Maria's Coffee
Hello everyone. We are happy to let you know that we just introduced four
new coffees to our list. Enjoy and have a great weekend.
-Guatemala Finca La Esmeralda Red
Bourbonhas
well integrated acidity, great balance and creamy body.
-Nicaragua Maracaturra - Finca El
Naranjalis
a unique, large bean varietal with black walnut roast tones and brisk
lemon tea accents.
-Ethiopia Nano Challa "Eid
Al-Adha"is
a complex cup with white honey, Dutch cocoa, and a weighty mouthfeel.
-Sumatra Onan Ganjang
Cultivarhas
cherry cola and sarsaparilla fading to cocoa bitterness; syrupy body
and dark fruits round out this excellent Sumatra lot.
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33) From: Byron - Sweet Maria's Coffee
Hello Everyone,
We hope all is well and that you enjoy these new coffees.
-Sumatra Lake Toba 19+
Screenis
a unique, large bean and foresty lot, tons of pine, dark herbs and
leather.
-Yemen Mokha Matariis
an intense cup with dark-fruited bittersweetness, allow 72 hours rest.
-Espresso Workshop #25 - Saludos de
Alecois
the first blend developed by the newest member of the Sweet Maria's
family, expect a creamy shot with ripe stone fruits and a wild honey
finish.
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34) From: Martin Maney
On Thu, Aug 09, 2012 at 05:34:55PM -0700, Byron - Sweet Maria's Coffee wrote:
Great, I was just worrying about the shortage, as I thought there was,
of Sumatra and Yemen choices.  (I didn't care so much for the Onan
Ganjang last time around - 2 years ago? - so I don't count that)
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Just took a look at it, and one odd thing I noticed.  It compares the
SO espresso experince to the Sharasi and Ismaili, but there's no
mention of the Harasi, which "...is a great coffee for Single Origin
(SO) espresso." it says.
I can't speak to that, as I don't espress my beans, but I did just have
the first taste of the Harasi and it makes a great cup in the CCD.  But
now I need to try another one, grumble grumble grumble.  :-/
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35) From: Byron - Sweet Maria's Coffee
Hello everyone. We just added a few coffees this afternoon. Enjoy.
Guatemala Huehuetenango Finca
Rosmais
a luminescent cup at City+ with sweet floral aromatics and apple cider
notes.
Kenya Karagoto Peaberryhas
Italian plum notes, red currant jam and honey in a lively and acidic
cup.
Kenya Nyeri Ngunguru
Peaberryhas
an intense and sustained brightness with a syrupy body.
Panama Esmeralda
Geshais
floral with super sweet stone fruit notes and jasmine accents in the
"afternose".
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36) From: Byron - Sweet Maria's Coffee
Hello everyone. Here's a few new coffees we added this afternoon. Have a
great weekend.
Panama Organic Duncan
Estatehas
creme caramel notes and crisp acidity.
Panama Volcancito Don
Kis
chocolatey with Granny Smith apple and freshly spun honey.
Colombia Vereda Agua
Blancais
bursting with fig notes and raw sugar sweetness...we are very excited
about these Colombia lots which just arrived in a container directly to our
warehouse!
Kenya Nyeri AB Gatomboyais
a beautiful cup, sweet and complex with stone fruit notes.
Africa Wazungu SWP Decaf
Blendyet
another in our series of our own lot that we've sent for
decaffeination
at Swiss, this one has dark brown sugar, papaya and concord grape with a
tea-like finish.
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37) From: Byron - Sweet Maria's Coffee
Hello Everyone,
Here's five new coffees we are excited to offer today.
Costa Rica Hernan Solis Villa
Sarchiwith
fresh cream, toasted sugar and loads of plum flavor.
Guatemala Puerte Verde
Bourbonis
a well structured cup with tartaric acidity and milk chocolate.
Nicaragua Maragogype Finca Los
Angeleshas
weighty body, honey, chocolate cake, and walnut notes.
Kenya Nyeri AB Gaturiria
"big" coffee with blackberry, concord grape juice, and sweet lemonade
tones.
Sumatra Lintong Dolok
Sanggulhas
great rustic sweetness, fruit and chocolate flavors and black tea
character. Enjoy this bounty of new offerings.
 We hope you are safe and healthy this holiday season. We are in full swing
here at the warehouse, pumping out almost twice our normal volume of orders
so please be patient if it takes us an extra day to ship your order
(especially if you order over a weekend).
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38) From: Byron - Sweet Maria's Coffee
Hello Everyone,
Here's a few new coffees we just posted. Enjoy!
Brazil Sertao Carmo de
Minasis
one of the cleaner and sweeter Brazils we've cupped lately with honey
sweetness, nut roast tones, and versatility in espresso blends or as SO.
Guatemala Huehuetenango Finca
Regalitohas
stewed peaches and balanced sweetness, also great for SO espresso.
Nicaragua Finca Santa Elena
Caturrais
clean and crisp with peach notes, succinct malty finish, and a juicy
mouthfeel.
Hawaii Kona Kowali Farm
Typicahas
a wonderful brightness that is sometimes lacking in mild Hawaiian
lots,
white grape notes, cane sugar, and a long lasting honeyed finish.
Kenya Nyeri Kagumo-ini
Peaberryis
vibrantly tangy, with sweet mandarin orange acidity, caramel sweetness
and a pleasant citrus zest finish.
Sulawesi Seletan
Peaberryhas
honey and caramel sweetness with apple, green grape and kumquat notes
at light roasts and bittersweet cocoa at darker levels.
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39) From: Byron - Sweet Maria's Coffee
Hello everyone,
Here's a few new coffees we hope you enjoy.
Colombia San Jose Luis Alberto
Ambitois
a very sweet and versatile drinking coffee.
Colombia Agua Blanca Johan
Pennahas
a big fruit profile and heavy sweetness.
Colombia Inza de
Caucais
candy-like with honey-like sweetness and
Sumatra Mandheling-Aceh
Triple-Pickis
chocolate-heavy and works well at darker roasts.
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40) From: Byron - Sweet Maria's Coffee
Hello Everyone,
We just posted four sweet new additions including a coffee tea that we have
found to be very sweet as well.
Guatemala Antigua Cafe
Pulcalis
supremely balanced with mandarin effervescence, silky body and elegant
acidity, our first stunner from Central America this year.
Peru Organic Lot
#86has
ripe red fruits, intense sweetness, and creamy hot chocolate finish.
Ethiopia Dry-Process Yirga Cheffe
Kongais
loaded with bing cherry, dried apricot, mango, and chocolate at darker
roasts.
Bolivia Sultana Coffee Cherry
Teais
the best coffee cherry tea we've ever sourced, tons of hibiscus,
tamarind, rose, and super sweet, the amount of time allowed for steeping
greatly alters the flavors.
Also, if you are going to be in the SF Bay Area this weekend, we are
presenting a coffee roasting demo at the Maker Faire at 3:30 on Sat. 5/18.
Come by early and spend the whole day there. The Maker Faire is the world's
largest science faire.http://makerfaire.com/makers/home-coffee-roasting-demo-by-sweet-marias-coffee/-- 
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41) From: Byron - Sweet Maria's Coffee
Hello Everyone,
We just added five new coffees, one of which is a returning Guatemala
Acatenango Gesha. We also added a new workshop blend.
Guatemala Acatenango
Geshais
out of this world this year, jasmine, honeysuckle, kaffir lime, and
syrupy body express the unique "Gesha" profile throughout the roast
spectrum.
Guatemala Huehuetenango Profesor
Gabinois
a nice bright cup with citrus aromatics, sweet Bartlett Pear, and
cocoa
powder finish, great SO espresso.
Colombia Pedergal Misael Hurtado
Micro-lothas
a vanilla caramel aspect, heavy mouthfeel with juicing orange,
tamarind, and nectarine notes.
Ethiopia Sidama Deri
Kochohais
floral with pineapple, plum, mango and red apple; weighty body makes
this another great SO espresso.
Espresso Workshop #28 Taller del
Talleris
loaded with chocolate, fudge, and tart berry acidity.
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42) From: Byron - Sweet Maria's Coffee
Hello Everyone.
We hope you are having a great week. We just posted 6 new coffees that we
hope you like. There's a lot of variety going on here so there's sure to be
at least a few of them that you will really enjoy.
  El Salvador Finca Matalapa
Bourbonwith
fresh caramel, complex notes of pear, apple, and mild citrus, good
"classic" SO espresso.
Guatemala Finca Candelaria - Lote
Cedrohas
clean sweetness, layered chocolate, and works well at darker roast
levels.
Guatemala Huehuetenango Finca
Rosmahas
luminescent acidity of green grape and black tea with a hint of lemon,
Rosma is such a unique cup and excels as SO espresso.
Colombia Huila Bruselasis
very juicy with great mouthfeel, honey and caramel sweetness balance
wonderfully with fruited aspects like nectarine and ripe plum.
Rwanda Nyamashekehas
a natural sugar sweetness, a hint of vanilla, and saturated black tea
finish.
Sumatra Onan Ganjang
Cultivaris
clean and syrupy with cherry cola sweetness, stone fruit nectar,
herbal
hints and Rolo candy-like caramel/chocolate hints.
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43) From: Byron - Sweet Maria's Coffee
Hello everyone. We just added four new coffees including a decaf. We hope
you like them.
Honduras Finca El Pimiento
Microlotis
a refined cup with brown sugar sweetness, almond milk quality, and
milk
chocolate tones.
Brazil Carmo de Minas Dry-Process
Peaberryhas
a surprisingly light body for a natural, gen ma cha tea quality, and
bittering baker's chocolate notes.
Yemen Mokha Ismailihas
loads of dried fruit such as tamarind, strawberry, apricot and banana
along with spice hints and cacao.
Brazil Mogiana WP
Decafhas
demerara sugar, toasted sesame, and milk chocolate in a surprisingly
sweet cup.
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44) From: Michael Baladi
Byron,
Has Sweet Maria's ever considered adding user reviews to the listed coffees on your website?
I think it would be neat not only to see how everyone else views different beans, but also for the archival of past coffees to be able to see how people rated them.
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45) From: Sheila Quinn
I like that idea! :)
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46) From: John Nanci
And on the other side, I totally don't like that idea.  I trust Tom's 
review and tasting notes so I can compare what he says to what I 
taste and have found over the years it is very consistent and 
predictable.  I'm not sure at all what I would get out of 10 
different people's tasting notes and reviews.  I don't know their 
tastes, roast ability, etc.  In this case, I would not find that more 
is better.  Just more noise.
But of course, if they were there, I would not have to read 
them.  Just seems a bit of work except for entertainment value.
And besides, isn't that want the list and forum are for?
John
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47) From: Michael Baladi
The forums could be used in that sense. I just thought it would be neat to see if, when my tastes differ from Tom's, they are at all in sync with other people out there. Everyone experiences things differently. The reviews could be the same as the cupping scores. Initially hidden, then you can choose to view them.
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48) From: Barry Luterman
John took the words right out of my mouth.Except I would say isn't
that what the list....
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49) From: Michael Baladi
The lists and forums aren't as convenient and readily linked to a year/particular bean as the archival on the main site though...... it was just a thought.
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John took the words right out of my mouth.Except I would say isn't
that what the list....
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50) From: John Nanci
I'll just toss his out as a fellow site owner.  If the system isn't 
set up for customer reviews (and there does not appear to be any 
indication that SM's is) there is no good way to implement it.  It 
would have to be input by SM, and that kind of burden would be 
crazy.  And if not that, I assume they would need/want to review the 
reviews.  Again, more burden for a very busy company.  A lot of work 
for 'neat'.
I know I could not even begin to do that for the beans on my site.
My $0.02.
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51) From: J3R
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It is actually pretty easy, there are both free and paid solutions that 
can be plugged into any website very easily. Any good webmaster can make 
this happen for you.
As a bonus most of them do some level of social media integration, which 
is free marketing.
That being said, Tom's curated reviews are one of the main reasons I 
believe SM to be such a great coffee site, and I don't think user 
reviews would add much on the main buying pages.
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52) From: John Nanci
I mean this in all seriousness.  I'd love to see a free or even paid 
solution that would go into ANY website AND integrate into what is 
already there.  That 2nd part is key.  I've found the expectations of 
users and how easy it is to add something to a site and the reality 
are very different.   Also, a 'good web master' is not 
inexpensive.  You get what you pay for.  The free ones may cost 
nothing up front, but if you can't implement them yourself, they 
suddenly are not free.  I've run into this time and again.  Sure, 
it's free, but I don't have the time to bring myself up to speed, and 
to put it into place, is no longer free, usually to the tune of at 
least a couple K.
YMMV.
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53) From: J3R
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A good webmaster is what you need to run a professional and successful 
website. Sure, they are not cheap, neither are lawyers, plumbers or auto 
mechanics. You can do all those things yourself as well, YMMV. If 
someone is trying to charge you thousands of dollars to install a 
plugin, then you need to look elsewhere for help. A webmaster is also a 
business expense, so assuming one has a successful business, this is 
simply a smart investment, especially if it will bring in more business 
or streamline a process.
In response to your question, if you want to add discussion capabilities 
to ANY site there is facebook, disqus and many others that take a few 
lines of code to insert. If you run on PHP for instance there are a ton 
here http://www.hotscripts.com/category/scripts/php/scripts-programs/reviews-ratings/.
Yes, they are mostly free.
John I see you already use both wordpress and shopify, so it should be 
trivial to set this up on your site. There are dozens of plugins for 
both platforms both free and paid.
I'd be happy to help you off-list, or anyone who has quick webmaster 
questions. It is what I do.
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54) From: Edward Bourgeois
To add this to the SM site, I agree with John N. would add too much noise
and be confusing to most. It takes quite a bit of time and focus to just
learn to be at one with the present and might I add superb descriptions.
The SM forum is set up well enough as is to do this. And this now
underutilized list is certainly workable enough to accomplish what is
suggested. We have done this here successfully in the past.
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55) From: Michael Baladi
I guess part of my thinking, and now correct me if I'm wrong...... The descriptions from Tom are great, but I swear I've read before that he does not want the cupping scores to correlate into "buy this or buy that." The coffees with the highest cup scores don't necessarily reflect the best brewed coffees correct?
That was the impression I got. Not to mention, coffee gets used in a variety of ways. I thought it would be neat to see right on the site how people are liking particular coffees brewed with particular brew methods, yadda yadda. I know several people that order from Sweet Marias and I'm the only one out of them on this list or the forums. Direct visibility on the site would add to the user base a lot. 
Anyways, it was just a though, at least it sparked conversation.
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To add this to the SM site, I agree with John N. would add too much noise
and be confusing to most. It takes quite a bit of time and focus to just
learn to be at one with the present and might I add superb descriptions.
The SM forum is set up well enough as is to do this. And this now
underutilized list is certainly workable enough to accomplish what is
suggested. We have done this here successfully in the past.
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56) From: Byron - Sweet Maria's Coffee
Hello everyone. We will definitely take this into consideration. We really
like to offer ways for the home roasting community to share thoughts and
ideas so customer coffee reviews could be a good thing. In the meantime, as
mentioned by John Nanci, the forum is a great place to post coffee reviews.
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57) From: Rich
One of the purposes of this mailing list is/was the dissemination of 
user opinions on a specific coffee. Used to work quite well.
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58) From: Mike Koenig
Way back when this list was busy, I used to take a look at coffees that
were getting some "Buzz" from the list members.  Maybe that's moved to the
forums, I don't know, I haven't had much time to look over there, but it is
something I miss.
One advantage to this list is that you tend to get to know people, how they
roast, and what their preferences are so that you can take their comments
in context.
--mike
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59) From: Seth Grandeau
The cupping scores are a standard, if I recall correctly.  Basically,
they're geared toward fruity floral coffees (think Kenyans, Ethiopians, and
Geshas(to mix regions and cultivar)).  Since I enjoy those flavor profiles,
within those types of coffees, higher scores usually mean more enjoyment,
for me.  And I'll generally try anything that comes in, from those regions,
that are in the 90s.  I'll also try very high 80s, if the description
sounds good to me (again, within those coffee regions/types).
But for other coffees that I like, such as Indonesians or Brasil Yellow
Bourbons, the score is a less perfect measure.  I'll look at the score for
mouthfeel, which is important to me, but otherwise, I'll go by the tasting
notes only.
And, some of my favorite past coffees have been ones that someone on this
list recommended, even if score was only mid-80s.  Though that
recommendation usually only comes out after the recommender has purchased a
huge stash for themselves. :)
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60) From: Brian Kamnetz
I came to the conclusion that I like Ethiopians consistently, and other
than that I like to randomly explore. I use only a pound every other week,
so therefore buy so infrequently that by the time I am ready to order,
coffees that have received rave reviews from list members are gone. So what
I do is order an 8-pound sampler, and fill in with whatever Ethiopians are
in stock, which varies greatly with the season, and add a few based on
Tom's reviews, to bring the total order up to 16-18 pounds.
Of course, it is understandable that people who use more greens, and
quickly enough to order when reviews are current, would appreciate the
views of other consumers of Sweet Maria's greens. Even though they tended
to not be relevant to my purchases, back when this list had much more
traffic I too greatly enjoyed discussion of the various greens, just for
the sake of idle curiosity.
Brian
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61) From: Sheila Quinn
I rarely visit the forums. I would rather read what people are saying about
a particular bean either here or on the SM site. I don't care for forums
too much.
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62) From: Brian Kamnetz
I'm with you, Sheila. I miss the old days on the list and keep hoping....
Brian
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63) From: gin powell
sheila,
your on a forum, your point?
most buyers of SM coffee make their points and comments about that coffee
on multiple forums.
I do not think SM is the place for this type of activity.
they sell the coffee.
comments about quality, cup do not belong here, period.
ginny
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64) From: gin powell
Michael Balad
sorry MB but I disagree with your thoughts of members offering comments
about coffee here. that is not what this forum/list is about.
take is someplace else and be happy...
ginny
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65) From: miKe mcKoffee
Ginny over the years we've had our spats and I gotta say you're out to lunch
on this post. Talking about the coffees Tom sells IS exactly what this list
used to be about. Extensively. In minute details. A decade ago forty to
fifty posts per day or more talking about roast profiles in very specific
details, brewing details etc. in reference to SM coffees. The List sponsored
by SM is exactly the place to discuss SM coffees. That's why it's here.
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66) From: Martin Maney
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Speaking of a decade ago, would you say there was less churn in the
offerings list back then?  I think there are more offerings, and more
of them smaller, short-lived lots, than I saw back in 2010 when I
started following the action.  Not necessarily more offerings on the
list at the same time - that still varies, though perhaps not so
strongly as in the days when grainpro was new and not yet trusted.
Of course others may reply, miKe's post just made these thoughts jell
so I could form the question.
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67) From: Sheila Quinn
Ginny, this is an email list. What I mean by a forum is a separate website
with categories....like the one SM has separately from here. It's only an
idea we're talking about, they don't have to do it. Obviously.
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68) From: Sheila Quinn
We used to have a lot more posts here in this list from people about the
various beans, that's what we were talking about.
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69) From: David Rossell
Everything I know about roasting, I've learned from this list, but I
think I've appreciated at least as much folks talking about what
they're roasting, what's in their cup one morning or another.  I'm
more lurker than contributor (I hesitate to contribute very much
because I'm using a Behmor and roast pretty unscientifically), but
feel like this list community is valuable both to the hobby and to
Sweet Marias.
David
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70) From: Seth Grandeau
It was the passion that listmembers had for IMV that led me to try it and
it's still my favorite coffee of all time, even though it's been a few
years since it has been available.
I just took a peak at the forums on SweetMarias.  There seems to by a lot
of activity there and it's neatly organized into categories.  Then it hit
me.  The reason I like the mail list format is that it feels like a bunch
of friends getting together and chatting.  There are several discussions
going on at once; People talk over each other; New conversations pop up
right in front of you.  A forum's organization is exactly what I don't
like, because it doesn't encourage this type of interactions.  The forums
have 23 categories that you can post under.  The list has 1.  For coffee
discussions, I choose 1.
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71) From: Karl
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Nicely put!
Though I've mostly been a lurker on the list, I have learned a tremendous
amount from all the wild and crazy conversations here.  Including topics
which I never would have clicked on in a "forum".
For me, the list really established the feeling of a Sweet Maria's
community, complete with imperfections and occasional beauty.
+1 on the Ethiopian Koratie DP, that was a delicious coffee!
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72) From: Sheila Quinn
Ditto on that -- I like this mail list format much better. And ditto on 
the coffee, Karl! I don't think I've ever been unhappy with any bean 
from SMs. But Ethiopian DPs are awesome! I've really liked what I've 
gotten lately, including the Eth Koratie DP.
The reason I like the mail list format is that it feels like a bunch
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Nicely put!
Though I've mostly been a lurker on the list, I have learned a tremendous
amount from all the wild and crazy conversations here.  Including topics
which I never would have clicked on in a "forum".
For me, the list really established the feeling of a Sweet Maria's
community, complete with imperfections and occasional beauty.
+1 on the Ethiopian Koratie DP, that was a delicious coffee!
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73) From: Byron - Sweet Maria's Coffee
Hello Everyone,
We recently added 3 new coffees to our list. We hope you enjoy them.
Guatemala Antigua Finca
Retanawith
browning sugars, malic acidity, and cocoa all the way through.
Guatemala Huehuetenango Valentin
Perezis
another lot from our Proyecto
Xinabajuland
has toasted almond, praline candy, orange rind, Asian pear and golden
apple.
Rwanda Kanzu SWP
Decafhas
fruit tea qualities, brown sugar sweetness, and chocolate syrup taste.
Thank you to those that have been a part of the recent rebirth of the
Homeroast List. Although we don't always have time to chime in, we do read
every email and are really happy the homeroast community is active in
sharing their thoughts, opinions and ideas.
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74) From: Byron - Sweet Maria's Coffee
Hello Everybody,
We just added three new lots. Enjoy!
Guatemala Acatenango Finca El
Carmenwith
a clean cane sugar sweetness, raisin, apple and Asian pear.
Colombia Huila Bruselasis
a different lot than the one we had listed recently and is juicy with
great mouthfeel, rich chocolate notes, dried apple, and powdery cocoa
finish.
China Organic ManZhangTianis
a first for Sweet Maria's, a basic cup that has definite sweetness,
green herbs, toasted sesame, and medium body. We thought it would be
interesting for you to taste a coffee from this part of the world.
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75) From: Brian Kamnetz
The Chinese coffee, and description of the farm, are very interesting. I
last ordered in November and am about to order again, and am interested in
trying it out.
Brian
On Thu, Jul 18, 2013 at 8:07 PM, Byron - Sweet Maria's Coffee <
byron> wrote:
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76) From: Byron - Sweet Maria's Coffee
Hello Everyone,
Here's three new, fruited coffees.
Guatemala Huehuetenango Baudilio Castillo
Micro-Lotis
fantastic with balanced sweetness, acidity and good body.
Brazil Carmo de Minas - Fazenda
Kaquendhas
delicate orange hints at light roasts, with butter cookie, praline and
dark fruits like plum and fig.
Kenya Kirinyaga Kii
Peaberrywith
amazing floral qualities along with citrus notes of ruby red
grapefruit and orange juice.
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77) From: Byron - Sweet Maria's Coffee
Hello Everyone,
We are adding two more coffees today along with another XL Sampler. This
time the XL Sampler gives you a selection of Indonesian coffees.
Panama Organic Duncan
Estateis
very sweet with sugar cane juice clarity, honey and caramel sauce.
Honduras Dolores
Merendonalso
has upfront sweetness, with fruited aspects of fresh pear, apple and
apricot.
XL Indonesia Sampleris
a great way to experience the different cup profiles Indonesia has to
offer. Each sampler consists of four different lots from Sumatra, Sulawesi,
Java, and Papua New Guinea. The variety is amazing from traditional
wet-hulled lots, to dry-hulled and washed coffees, Indonesia has so much to
offer and we hope you give the sampler a try.
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78) From: Byron - Sweet Maria's Coffee
Hello Everyone,
Happy Friday! Here's a few new coffees we recently added:
Guatemala Antigua Cafe
Pulcalis
sweet and silky with delicate acidity, mandarin, red currant, and
blackberry.
Guatemala Huehuetenango Finca
Regalitois
wonderfully fruited with date, raisin, peach, nectarine and a crisp
finish.
Ethiopia Chelelektu Yirga
Cheffehas
amazing sweetness and body, honeyed citrus notes of orange juice and
lemonade, tropical fruits emerge at slightly darker roasts.
Ethiopia Zonegediyowith
lively acidity, lemon essence, sweet citrus, and a floral finish.
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79) From: Byron - Sweet Maria's Coffee
Hello Everyone,
We just added a few new coffees today.
 Nicaragua Finca Buenos Aires
Maracaturra,
a 'big bean' varietal with a nice taste of fudge and slab apricot.
Nicaragua Acopio
Suyatalis
a solid coffee with green nut and unrefined sugars.
Guatemala Huehuetenango - Finca
Rosma,
with brooding sweetness and a boquet of dark fruits.
Sumatra Lintong - Opung
BR.
Expect lots of developed sugar flavors, chocolate raisin, and smoky
chipotle/chocolate.
Also...take advantage of lower prices on our
Rwandaofferings
and on Burundi
Kirimiro Teka.
No, this isn't because of lagging cup quality, but rather, because we
simply over bought this year. The super low price on the very balanced Rwanda
Nyamashekemakes
this an affordable coffee to share with family, office, friends, etc.
We took the time to re-cup all of these coffees the other day and they all
taste great.
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80) From: Martin Maney
On Thu, Aug 08, 2013 at 06:53:21PM -0700, Byron - Sweet Maria's Coffee wrote:
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I was just wondering if we were going to see any Nics this year.  For
reasons that are now vague to me, I roasted a full pound of Dipilto
Cielo Azul that I'd stashed in vac/frozen about a year ago, and at a
week post roast it's still going very nicely.  It really is a great
everyday coffee.
Maybe I'll choose another lot to thaw and roast tomorrow...
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81) From: Byron - Sweet Maria's Coffee
Hello Everyone,
We just added six new coffees to our list. Enjoy!
Costa Rica Tarrazu - Montanas Del
Diamanteis
a solid cup with toasted nut, sugar and milk chocolate.
Panama Esmeralda
Geshais
back with the expected floral qualities alongside ripe melon, passion
fruit, and subtle coriander hints.
Congo Kivu Bukavu-Beniis
a very different cup more akin to a Lintong coffee with rustic
earthiness, undeniable sweetness compliments ripe peach, and banana
flavors.
Kenya Nyeri Gatomboya
ABis
packed with blackberry, pineapple, orange, kumquat, and grapefruit;
all
of these fruit flavors are sweet, not winey or sour.
Kenya Nyeri Ndaro-ini
ABis
very juicy with a wonderful graham cracker sweetness, concord grape,
and
apple flavors.
Sumatra Aceh Mandhelingwith
layered chocolate roast taste, fruited sweetness and thick body.
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82) From: Byron - Sweet Maria's Coffee
Hello Everyone,
We just added four new lots including a new coffee from our Xinabajul
project. Enjoy!
Guatemala Proyecto Xinabajul - Lucky
Gutierrezis
sweet like a butterscotch cookie with grape-like acidity.
Nicaragua Dipilto - Finca El
Recuerdohas
surprisingly vibrant acidity and baker's chocolate finish.
Kenya Nyeri Tambaya
AAis
complex with pink grapefruit, pomello, and black tea flavors.
Yemen Hajja Micro-Lotis
a lot we've never had before, and has wonderful sweetness paired with
fruited notes and spices.
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83) From: Byron - Sweet Maria's Coffee
Hello everyone, welcome to the weekend. Here's four new coffees that we
hope you enjoy. They are all very sweet and fruited.
Guatemala Proyecto Xinabajul - Agua
Dulceis
intensely sweet with buttery caramel, peach, apricot and rhubarb that
really make this lot stand out from the rest.
Guatemala Volcan de Fuego
Geshais
a single bag of this famed varietal and exhibits some of the floral
characteristics of our earlier lot, but this one can take a bit more roast
and is still packed with raw sugar sweetness and tropical fruit notes--very
limited offering.
Ethiopia Dry-Process Yirga Cheffe
Kongais
fantastic with dried strawberry, chocolate, floral hints, ripe, sweet
fruits ranging from grapefruit, pomello, pear, blueberry and more.
Yemen Mokha Harasihas
brown sugar, white peach, nectarine, dark chocolate, syrupy body, and
brazil nut.
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84) From: Byron - Sweet Maria's Coffee
Hello everyone. We just added three great new coffees to our list. We home
you enjoy them.
Guatemala Antigua Finca
Cabrejohas
pristine clarity, Bosc pear, black currant, silky mouthfeel, and
praline candy finish.
Peru FTO Cecovasais
a simple, but pleasing, cup with brown sugar sweetness, milky body,
raisin, and a black tea note.
Ethiopia Kaffa Michiti
Coophas
a complex character with floral notes, dried peach, Earl Grey, creamy
body, fresh ginger, and cinnamon stick.
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85) From: Byron - Sweet Maria's Coffee
Hello Everyone,
Here's some great coffee we just added to our list. Have a great weekend.
Guatemala Huehuetenango El
Turbantehas
raisin, plum, green nut, and citrus rind in a very approachable cup.
XL South/Central America
Sampleris
another great value, for the price of one 20 lbs. bag you get four
different 5 lbs. bags from 3 different regions, each sampler will include 2
Guatemala coffees along with 2 additional lots selected from El Salvador,
Honduras, Nicaragua, or Peru. As with all the XL samplers we will select
the coffees, so no special requests, but rest assured we will select four
outstanding lots that represent the balanced and sweet lots Central and
South America have to offer.
We are also really enjoying these Swiss Water Process decafs created from
our own single-origin lots. By sending fresh arrivals, that we've carefully
sourced, we can ensure an outstanding cup for all those caffeine sensitive
folks out there. Hope you enjoy them as much as we do!
Ethiopia Busa Bechane SWP
Decafhas
clean caramel, vanilla, apple juice, fresh peaches, and silky
mouthfeel.
Guatemala Finca Camelias SWP
Decafhas
dried apple, brown rice syrup sweetness, and is a good basic, daily
drinking decaf.
Sumatra Toba Batak Peaberry SWP
Decafis
earthy-sweet with Chai spice, papaya, jack fruit, chocolate and great
Indonesia cup character.
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86) From: Byron - Sweet Maria's Coffee
Hello Everyone,
We just added five new coffees to our list. We hope you enjoy them as you
get ready for Thanksgiving.
Costa Rica Tarrazu - Jardines de
Luijimhas
juicy peach nectar, toasted caramel, and sweet cocoa.
Guatemala Patzun - Finca Santa
Anitahas
refreshing acidity, nectarine, apricot, and a honeyed finish with
bittering cacao nib notes.
Guatemala Proyecto Xinabajul - Francisco
Mendezis
juicy with ripe green grape, stewed pears and Hershey's syrup
sweetness.
Ethiopia Dry-Process Chelelektu Yirga
Cheffeis
supremely sweet with strawberry, raisin, cherry juice, lychee, papaya
and is remarkably clean with floral hints, this is one of the top Dry
Processed lots we've cupped in a long while.
Kenya Nyeri Karindundu
AAhas
grapefruit juice acidity, focused flavors of black tea and caramel.
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