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Topic: ISH AWOL (4 msgs / 72 lines)
1) From: jim jordan
Back towards the end of June, I found myself with way
too much disposable income so I bought a pound each of
ISH Napolean, Coffee Ground and Blue something(?) from
the Island.  Well here it is 3 months later and all I
have so far is a credit card receipt.  I know about
the labor problems and the slow mail ship and going to
England and such.  But does any one have a guess on
when the coffee might actually arrive here in Kansas
City?  I know it takes a bit.  Is 3 months normal?? 
Is 6 months normal?  Does it take 9 months like human
infants?
I have been reduced to drinking lots of 50/50 Kenya
Karani and Java Jampit.  Life could be worse.
Cheers  Jim J
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2) From: John
Jim - know that feeling. Mine took 4 months to the day!
On Fri, 2002-09-20 at 23:45, jim jordan wrote:
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3) From: Les & Becky
Well Jim,  I would suggest consulting the Wizard of OZ as you do like in
Kansas City (west side of the river) .  Or maybe you live on the East side
of the river and want a "Show Me."  Either way, I would suggest you click
your heals and hope for the best!   My first order took a little over
3 months and the second a little under six months!  By the way, it is
Blueman's Estate and it is excellent.
Les
Roasting and protecting my stash of ISH in S. Oregon

4) From: Mike McGinness
From: "Les & Becky" 
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Mine took about 4 months also. And I think Les will agree, Blueman's Estate
is excellent but Napolean Estate #1 of the four! (Had some just
tonight...extreme yummm.) It's worth the wait. (easy to say with some of
each still in my stash...:-(
MM;-)
Variable Variac Rockin' Rosto Roasting in Vancouver, WA USA
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