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Topic: Great PNG (11 msgs / 262 lines)
1) From: John Abbott
Thanks Ed!!  I'm enjoying the LAST of the great PNG that you sent.  We
received it yesterday and it went directly into the Solis. Pulled a Cafe
Crema and it was good, then pulled a 2 ounce shot and it was marvelous. It
possesses a narcotic effect in the after taste - my mouth just kept yelling
for another one.  So I'm sitting here trying to sip (as opposed to swilling)
the last 2 ounce shot.  Great ending to yesterday and a great beginning for
today - but now I've got to get some of my own PNG roasted - more.. must..
have... more!
John - Deep Southern Texas where it feels like Minnesota this morning!
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2) From: Chuck Koby
I must concur.  I fininshed Ed's PNG the other day.  Miss it already :-).
Chuck
 John Abbott  wrote:Thanks Ed!! I'm enjoying the LAST of the great PNG that you sent. We
received it yesterday and it went directly into the Solis. Pulled a Cafe
Crema and it was good, then pulled a 2 ounce shot and it was marvelous. It
possesses a narcotic effect in the after taste - my mouth just kept yelling
for another one. So I'm sitting here trying to sip (as opposed to swilling)
the last 2 ounce shot. Great ending to yesterday and a great beginning for
today - but now I've got to get some of my own PNG roasted - more.. must..
have... more!
John - Deep Southern Texas where it feels like Minnesota this morning!
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Donde hay paz, esa Dios Y donde esta Dios, no falta nada!
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3) From: ginny powell
where can i get this fab coffee?
thanks in advance,
ginny

4) From: John Abbott
Ginny,
Tom sells it, but Ed posted it as a "Traditions" offer and I managed to
score.  I'll be posting my traditions offer later today - but it won't be
PNG :0)

5) From: AlChemist John
Sometime around 07:08 2/25/2003, Chuck Koby typed:
<Snip>
And here I thought you guys were discussing the Great Pacific Northwest 
Gathering. :-)
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John Nanci 
AlChemist at large
Roasting and Blending by Gestalt
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6) From: John Abbott
Ginny, I'll give it a try.  Some time back one of the list members offered
some used coffee equipment to the list on a first claimed basis. Those who
got their posts in time were rewarded with the equipment.  Then one of them
said "in keeping with the tradition..." and offered some cups, and then
somebody else who won the cups offered some coffee - and on it goes. So Ed
being a really cool guy offered some of his Papua New Guinea -Purosa Estate
(PNG) that he had roasted - and I scored!  So now in keeping with the
tradition, I will be posting my "traditions" this afternoon to keep the
tradition alive.  It may be this La Berlina that doesn't taste as good right
behind the PNG.
John - wishing this Yankee weather would go home!

7) From: ginny powell
John:
as a new person here can you explain the "traditions offer"?
tks,
gin
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8) From: ginny powell
John:
What a guy, thanks for the input. I will have to see what I can add to the
traditions!
gin
by the way, where a
re you!

9) From: Ed Needham
That long, lingering aftertaste is so elusive.  I get it more frequently with
drum roasts than I've ever gotten with air roasts.  I'd really like to try a
Hottop roast sometime.
As an aside.  I've seen the Hottop on Ebay for $499 (Buy it Now).  It says it
is a co-op price and won't be ordered until there is enough to make the
required quantity, but $499 is about as cheap as I've seen the Hottop.
Thanks for the compliment on the roast.  PNG is definitely one of my
favorites.
Ed Needham
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10) From: Ed Needham
Chuck got a whole jar, but had to work for it by demonstrating his Zach and
Dani's roaster, and giving me that roast.  Really good roast.  My wife even
commented on it the next morning.
Ed Needham
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11) From: Ed Needham
It's Papua New Guinea Kinjibi.  Sweetmaria's has the peaberry version of it.
I bet that is really good.  I generally like peaberry coffee.
The coffee was drum roasted on my 5 pound BBQ grill roaster.  I think the
drum roast brings out some of the long, lingering aftertaste qualities in the
PNG.  I'm all out, or I'd send you some.  Roasted the last of a 6 1/2 pound
stash when Chuck Koby came over.
Ed Needham
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