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Topic: Can you recommend some greens for me? (4 msgs / 91 lines)
1) From: Phil Palmintere
I’m seeking some recommendations on some coffee to order from SM.   My st=
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is getting low, and its near time to order some new greens.  Normally, I
prefer Central American and several African coffees.   I roast with a Gene
Café, and make use both an inexpensive espresso maker and a vacuum pot.
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Any thoughts & recommendations?
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TIA
Phil
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2) From: Barry Luterman
Lately I have been enjoying ******Brazil Cerrado Fazenda No-Name-O,It is an
inexpensive no frills good honest cup of coffee. You know you are drinking
a good coffee with a long aftertaste. No fruity overtones or
undertones.Very rewarding brew.
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3) From: Martin Maney
On Fri, Feb 17, 2012 at 12:40:36PM -0700, Phil Palmintere wrote:
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I recently got bags of both the ElSal Finca La Montanita Bourbon and
the Guat Huehue Finca Rosma, and they're both wonderful.  I've only had
time for one roast of each (I'm cursed with too many excellent choices,
heh), and am looking forward to getting to know both of them better in
the near future.  The ElSal Majahual is another fine choice, though for
some reason I haven't had any of this year's lot.  Probably has
something to do with 35 lb of greens still on hand...
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4) From: g paris p
try a sampler from Tom and Maria, the women's co op is great. I will have
to look up the name.
g
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