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Topic: Mokha Java Latino (3 msgs / 96 lines)
1) From: Lee XOC
< [mailto:homeroast-admin]On Behalf Of Mike
< McGinness
< Sent: Tuesday, September 17, 2002 7:02 PM
<
< The morning eVac, about 12hr rest sitting in Maestro
< hopper, was a lousy
< test. I got up a bit latter than normal so it'd been
< sitting in the thermal
< (glass internals) for about a half hour. Not bad though
< considering. This
< evening I made an after work Cafe' Crema Americano, about
< 23hr rest. Good
< cup but a bit on the heavy low end side for my usual taste,
< right in line
< with Debi's preferences though. I tend towards overall
< brighter cups as a
< rule. (Kona, Centrals etc.) Unfortunately Debi had some
< running around after
< work and got home a late, she declined a cup when she got
< home... tomorrow's
< another day and more coffee to be tasted!
It does have a very solid bottom end ... if you like 'em bright and
airy dial in less Mokha and mas Rios.  :)
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Lee
San Diego,
California
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2) From: Mike McGinness
From: "Lee XOC" 
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You missed one of my evening post's tag lines. I made a 48hr vac rested
double ristretto shot after work. Fantastic. Excellent rich balanced smooth
shot with great thick dark crema. As a 'cup of coffee' strength drink Debi
loves it, me it's just ok. She leans towards 'low end' coffees, like
Monsooned Malabar straight up as coffee, not a blend anchor. I don't dislike
them just have to be in the right mood. Now a fine Kona or ISH hits my mood
'bout anytime! But this blend is indeed an excellent espresso blend...
MM;-)
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3) From: Lee XOC
< [mailto:homeroast-admin]On Behalf Of Mike
< McGinness
< Sent: Thursday, September 19, 2002 12:09 AM
<
< From: "Lee XOC" 
< > It does have a very solid bottom end ... if you like 'em
< bright and
< > airy dial in less Mokha and mas Rios.  :)
<
< You missed one of my evening post's tag lines. I made a
< 48hr vac rested
< double ristretto shot after work. Fantastic. Excellent rich
< balanced smooth
< shot with great thick dark crema. As a 'cup of coffee'
< strength drink Debi
< loves it, me it's just ok. She leans towards 'low end' coffees, like
< Monsooned Malabar straight up as coffee, not a blend
< anchor. I don't dislike
< them just have to be in the right mood. Now a fine Kona or
< ISH hits my mood
< 'bout anytime! But this blend is indeed an excellent
< espresso blend...
Glad to hear it!  I was happy to find a good use for the Sulawesi
which didn't quite do it for me by itself.
Wow ... MM straight.  I tried it and ...well ... it was *different*
alright.  Not something I could consume regularly.
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Lee
San Diego,
California
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