On, NO! I received my latest SM order last week, and I just placed another
one. Is this coffee stuff addictive?
I've been reading all the messages about the great new coffees in (and
going out) of stock, and had to get some before they were all gone. This
time I ordered more Panama Finca La Berlina, some Quatemala Coban Tanchi,
the Nicaraguan Segovia, the Mama Cata, some Brazil Mogiana, a little more
of the CRLM, and some chicory. I finally noticed the chicory was back in
stock again, so I need to try the real stuff (see where I am).
The previous order was mainly for espresso, with a few extras thrown in. I
got more Monkey & Donkey for the Silvia. Some decafs to try out the new
water process (Columbian Santa Isabella WP and the Sulawesi Toraja
WP). Some Columbian CO2 processs decaf. More of the Brazilian Cooxupe
Prima Qualite (I love this at a light city roast, where I get a milk
chocolate taste). Finally, to round things out, some of the Papua New
Guinea Kimel Plantation.
Now, can I get a chance to enjoy all of these, or are you folks going to
continue to tantalize me with comments on the beans I don't have? Maybe
Tom is about finished getting all of the summer/fall crops, and we can
enjoy these beans until the winter crop comes in (fat chance, huh,
Tom?). And, no, my wife still won't let me have any more counter space or
cabinet space. I'm not sure where this shipment is going to go.
I don't post very often, but read almost every message. I started roasting
in August 2001 with a Home Innovations Precision and a selection of beans
from Sweet Maria's, which has remained my sole source.
Terry Stockdale -- homeroast -- Baton Rouge, LA
Website --http://www.dadstoy.netPreground commercial blend + Drip pot = Coffee?
Monkey + HIP + Rocky + Silvia = Espresso
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