[Homeroast] Where is the Monsooned Malabar; AA

Joseph Robertson theotherjo at gmail.com
Tue Mar 16 17:01:50 CDT 2010


 Probably means you got to take your Sumatra beans back to the source and
let the locals store them with the other monsooned beans. =))
JR



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On Tue, Mar 16, 2010 at 2:41 PM, Rick Copple <rick at copple.us> wrote:

> Dennis Parham wrote:
>
>> Just something I was thinking about... and waiting for... Where is
>> the Monsooned Malabar AA ?
>>
>
> I was just telling someone a couple days ago about this coffee, and
> realized I hadn't seen it on the list for a while. It too is one of my favs.
>
> You can be sure, though, if it hasn't been on the list lately, its because
> there's not any good stuff to be found.
>
> The Aged Sumatran, however, is good. Not as wild as the last time I tried
> it a few years ago. Others who have tried drank some of my brew have enjoyed
> it. Good coffee.
>
> And far as do it yourself aging, I think the risk you run if you don't do
> it right is ending up with moldy, rotting coffee beans. I think you have to
> keep the environment "just right" (whatever that might be) to make it work.
>
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