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Topic: Nicaragua C of E Coop 22 de Sept. (4 msgs / 75 lines)
1) From: Les & Becky
WOW! what a cup.  Becky said it was really really good.  No bitterness to it
at all.  Becky said it was like a Kona in that it was smooth with no bite to
it.  Becky said it was so yummy that you could just gulp it down rather than
sip it because of the smoothness.  It is a very nice complex cup.  It was so
good we made two pots of it for breakfast rather than our just one!  I took
my roast to just before second crack.  In my opinion it isn't a Kona.  It is
a great coffee in its own right.  It just doesn't have that Piney taste of a
Kona.  However it does remind me a lot of the Wood's Estate.  Yes Mike!  it
is that complex and smooth of a cup.  It had a great balance as it cooled,
and it had some hints of the Kenya Mika too.  I would have to rate this
coffee as a must try for all Island Coffee lovers even though it doesn't
come from an island.
Les

2) From: Rick Farris
Les, you almost had me until you got to the part about:
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All the problems we face in the United States today can be traced to an
 unenlightened immigration policy on the part of the American Indian.
 -- Pat Paulsen
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3) From: Dan Bollinger
Kinda figured you'd like that cup!  :)   It really is a different cup,
something worth experiencing. I recommend everyone get a pound in their next
order. And I don't make recomendations often.
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4) From: Les & Becky
Rick,
Not the wildness, just the complexity!
Les


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