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Topic: Monsooned malabar at Village roast? (2 msgs / 49 lines)
1) From: Paul Jolly
Thought that might get y'all's attention.  Back
when I was in college, the local roasters (Santa
Cruz Coffee) carried Malabar and roasted it
extremely light---probably just into first crack.
 I had many cups of it---my girlfriend at the
time worked there & it was her favorite
cup---then I left S.C. and didn't see the bean
again until I started home roasting.  
The flavors of that cup were buttery and mild,
almost like strong tea with heavy coffee
overtones.  Has anyone tried roasting this really
light?
paul
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2) From: Timothy A Reed
On Fri, 31 May 2002 14:52:19 -0700 (PDT) Paul Jolly
 writes:
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I'm (likely) going to be in Santa Cruz next weekend.  I may stop in and
see if they still have it and/or do it that way.
-Tim
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