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Topic: Acronyms Deciphered (2 msgs / 147 lines)
1) From: Paul Jolly
Yes, I've got better things to do, but here
goes...(original post at bottom)
OPM = Oaxaca Pluma Miel
ISH CGE = Isle of St. Helena, Coffee Ground
Estate
SR, CA = Santa Rosa, California
R & D = research & development
CO2 d/c = carbon dioxide process decaf
FC = Full City
WBI = West Bend (poppery) original
DH's HS mod = Dick Hegg's heat switch
modification
PNG--you know
ESP = El Salvador Pipil
STTP = Sumatran? I'm still stumped
HG = high grown
YVP = Yama Vac Pot
BFP = Bodum French Press
SL70 = Solis SL70
PRYS--you know
KPM = Kona Purple Mountain
ALEB (should be LAEB) = Liquid Amber
MB =  Monkey Blend
CIEB--you know
DB = Donkey Blend
BPQ = Brazil Prima Qualita
CRLM--you ALL know
CMDLS = Colombia Mesa de los Santos
TzPb = Tanzanian Peaberry
HH = Harar Horse
That's it...two errors, not bad.  Enjoying more
Salvador Pipil & Ella Fitzgerald's Gershwin
Songbook--man, that woman could sing!
Cheers,
Paul
(original)
Ran out of ISH (CGE '02) the other day, but
subbed Charlie's OPM 50/50 with the Peru CO2 d/c
way into FC+ (on my WBI with the DH's HS mod). 
What a fine blend!  Reminds me of a PNG/ESP or
STTP mix, especially if the HG bean is stopped
after FC but before second.  Brewed a batch in my
YVP, another in the BFP, & a third was a crema on
the SL70 (14g 40sec 4.2oz).  Wow!  I'm tanked! 
Will order more PRYS once the KPM runs out, and
have to try the new ALEB to see if it beats Tom's
MB (must confess that I didn't like CIEB,
although the DB makes a find d/c shot).  I
wonder: does the BPQ make a good solo shot, or is
it better as background for a Central (like
Huehue or CRLM) (nah, something higher than a
CR...maybe CMDLS?)?  Perhaps pulling it with a
good African (TzPb...mmmm!...or the standard HH)
would be nice.
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2) From: John Abbott
I'm betting the STTM was supposed to be SITP   Sumatra Iskandar Triple
Pick!
On Sun, 2003-04-27 at 13:50, Paul Jolly wrote:
    Yes, I've got better things to do, but here
    goes...(original post at bottom)
    
    OPM = Oaxaca Pluma Miel
    ISH CGE = Isle of St. Helena, Coffee Ground
    Estate
    SR, CA = Santa Rosa, California
    R & D = research & development
    CO2 d/c = carbon dioxide process decaf
    FC = Full City
    WBI = West Bend (poppery) original
    DH's HS mod = Dick Hegg's heat switch
    modification
    PNG--you know
    ESP = El Salvador Pipil
    STTP = Sumatran? I'm still stumped
    HG = high grown
    YVP = Yama Vac Pot
    BFP = Bodum French Press
    SL70 = Solis SL70
    PRYS--you know
    KPM = Kona Purple Mountain
    ALEB (should be LAEB) = Liquid Amber
    MB =  Monkey Blend
    CIEB--you know
    DB = Donkey Blend
    BPQ = Brazil Prima Qualita
    CRLM--you ALL know
    CMDLS = Colombia Mesa de los Santos
    TzPb = Tanzanian Peaberry
    HH = Harar Horse
    
    That's it...two errors, not bad.  Enjoying more
    Salvador Pipil & Ella Fitzgerald's Gershwin
    Songbook--man, that woman could sing!
    
    Cheers,
    Paul
    
    (original)
    Ran out of ISH (CGE '02) the other day, but
    subbed Charlie's OPM 50/50 with the Peru CO2 d/c
    way into FC+ (on my WBI with the DH's HS mod). 
    What a fine blend!  Reminds me of a PNG/ESP or
    STTP mix, especially if the HG bean is stopped
    after FC but before second.  Brewed a batch in my
    YVP, another in the BFP, & a third was a crema on
    the SL70 (14g 40sec 4.2oz).  Wow!  I'm tanked! 
    Will order more PRYS once the KPM runs out, and
    have to try the new ALEB to see if it beats Tom's
    MB (must confess that I didn't like CIEB,
    although the DB makes a find d/c shot).  I
    wonder: does the BPQ make a good solo shot, or is
    it better as background for a Central (like
    Huehue or CRLM) (nah, something higher than a
    CR...maybe CMDLS?)?  Perhaps pulling it with a
    good African (TzPb...mmmm!...or the standard HH)
    would be nice.
    Do you Yahoo!?
    The New Yahoo! Search - Faster. Easier. Bingo.
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