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Topic: Aged Indonesians Any Time Soon? (4 msgs / 59 lines)
1) From: Benjamin L. Alpers
When it comes time to roast up a batch of coffee these days, I look 
through my collection of green beans and all too often realize that I 
don't have what I most want: an aged Java or Sumatra.
Any sign of an aged Indonesian coffee on the horizon, Tom?
Best,
Ben Alpers
Norman, OK
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2) From: Jeffrey A. Bertoia
You're in luck Ben from Sweetmaria's greens pages:
    * 10/12: New arrivals: a late-crop Mexican Oaxaca -Fino Rojas turned
      out to be a great lot, so we bought! Also, a very fruity Colombian
      Organic Quindio from the Armenia district has arrived. And we have
      an Aged Sumatra coming but it is stuck on a yet-to-be-unloaded
      ship in San Francisco Bay...
Benjamin L. Alpers wrote:
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3) From: Jim Garlits
I have some Mexican Chiapas organic shade-grown ISMAM from Holland that is
just wonderful, its so easy to work with.  Another good one is my Indian
Pearl Mountain estate.  The one I had the most requests for?  Believe it or
not this bag of Nicaragua Jinotega/Matagalpa that is so fragrant in the
roaster, people outside were saying they could smell me roasting it four
blocks away at the library.
Jim G.

4) From: jim gundlach
On Friday, October 18, 2002, at 02:49 AM, Benjamin L. Alpers wrote:
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   ditto.
Jim Gundlach
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