I hesitate to do this because the last time I did this it was La Berlina and when I went to reorder Tom was OUT! It's common knowledge that I love Central American coffee. I have tried in the past to corner the market on CRLM and Guat Hueheu. I've just reconfirmed my preference! I am enjoying an absolutely incredible cup of Jose Salaverria, Itzalco "El Salvedor 100% Bourbon" 1) Frangrance is good, about what I'd expect of a Costa Rican. But the flavor - the DEPTH of flavor is a 9 or 10. The after taste is so smooth and so satisfying that it almost moves into a wine quality. 2) It turns out that this is one of the least expensive beans Tom & Maria carry $4.40 a pound in singles and $3.38 in bulk. 3) It stands up to a light roast or a dark roast. The full city makes a respectable espresso.. but its strength is in a brewed cup. We were so impressed with the Americano it produced this morning that we brewed a Cona full of it and shared with friends - who raved about the cup! So go put your order in - Mine is already in :O)
John, You're killing me! My "shopping list" for my next coffee order keeps getting longer and longer and longer... maybe I'd better hurry up and order before I need to take out a 2nd mortgage. Dave Lowe
On Tue, 2003-07-01 at 12:07, Lowe, David wrote: > John, > > You're killing me! My "shopping list" for my next coffee order keeps getting longer and longer and longer... maybe I'd better hurry up and order before I need to take out a 2nd mortgage. > > Dave Lowe > Instead of the links that nobody seems to read at the bottom of the posts, Tom should post a warning label. Caution: continued reading of this list can be detrimental to your budget. But then I'm not sure that would have deterred me from my ordering frenzies.
<Snip> Yeah.. but then Tom is gonna need a disclaimer on his cupping reviews too .. Not to mention the what's new section .... About time I ordered again .. --John
On Tuesday, July 1, 2003, at 04:56 PM, miKe mcKoffee wrote: <Snip> Mike, You forgot that natural dehydration of your stash has probably taken at least two more pounds off. Jim Gundlach
The problem may be solved, but I'm not so sure about the sanity question. (I, on the other hand, make no claim to sanity. :-) Dave Lowe
It's your delusion, you can make the rules! (And change them as needed :-) Dave Lowe
Just do it Mike.:O)
1) No! Coffee that has not arrived never counts. 2) No again? I detect absolutely no illusion of sanity whatsoever. What would lead a sane person to post or respond to a post like the one below? TerryF My KBM & Antigua -La Flor del Café should arrive Monday.
snip from Mike's post on sanity: I mean, if I ordered now, before Big Brown <Snip> --------------------------------------------------------- Going over will not matter Mike, if you go over 200 lbs. you can send me the overage and this will restore you to the sanity level:O) GO AHEAD AND ORDER Ron rnkyle Home Roasting in SC
<Snip> Ohhh Gawd .. I think I actually followed that ... and the answer is ... YES !!! you can order before the order arrives.. --John -- John Coffey email: john Network Access Services, Inc. voice: (360) 733-9279 P.O. Box 1948 fax: (360) 676-0345 Bellingham, WA 98227 WWW: http://www.nas.com/
It seems that if some of your coffee is over two years old it's probably past it's "use by" date. If you'd like you can ship some to me and I'll test it to see if it's still good. JR PS... watch out when trying to light multiple fuses at the same time... they burn pretty fast... Gee was that a year ago already?
<Snip> <Snip> Don't do it Mike! Think of the shipping costs! Surely there must be someone closer who's willing to help, maybe someone a few minutes down the road even... :-) John Kangas Home roasting in Vancouver, Wa. The new MSN 8: smart spam protection and 2 months FREE* http://join.msn.com/?page=features/junkmail
" Question, does an order already ordered that hasn't arrived yet count towards the stash count if placing a new order before the already ordered order arrives? " Ask your accountant. If your accountant is also your wife, duck immediately after you ask. -Chuck Unmarried and unaccountable
Sometime around 14:56 7/1/2003, miKe mcKoffee typed: <Snip> The patient is always the last to know, but we love him anyway.LOL <Snip> -- John Nanci AlChemist at large Zen Roasting and Blending by Gestalthttp://www.dreamsandbones.net/blog/
Sometime around 14:56 7/1/2003, miKe mcKoffee typed: <Snip> You know Mike, 200# seems like such an arbitrary number. Opps, I exceeded 100#, ok, 150# etc. We usually roast in gram quantities, all the big roasters are kg units, you "need" to keep with the system. I believe your new limit is 100 kg. Nice rational number, easy to remember number. Sure, the math will be a touch more complicated (since SM sells in #) but I am sure you are up to the task. -- John Nanci AlChemist at large Zen Roasting and Blending by Gestalthttp://www.dreamsandbones.net/blog/