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Topic: Santa Adelaida (3 msgs / 43 lines)
1) From: Andrew Thomas
Has anyone tried Salvador Santa Adelaida? I got some in a sample pack from S-M and was pleasantly surprised, even though I don't think I would have picked it as a Central in a blind cupping. Has a more earthy/spicy taste like, almost like a DP African.
Andy
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2) From: TFisher511
I bought 5# of the Salvador Santa Adelaida soon after Tom added it to the 
coffee offerings. It was the repeated reference to sweetness of the cup that 
hooked me. I too like this coffee and it has gone over very well with friends 
I share coffee with at work.
I think it a winner and for $4.40 per pound you can't beat the price for a 
sweet, premium coffee.
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3) From: Mike McGinness
I DO wish y'all would quit singing it's praises. The El Salvador seems to be
a Central that's somehow not found it's way into my stash. (yet...;-)
MM;-)
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