[Homeroast] I Do have one question about the Ged Sumatran......
theotherjo at gmail.com
Tue Mar 16 20:51:15 CDT 2010
I think by this last post of yours I have an idea of what I'm about to ask
but could you clarify for me.
How would you explain the difference between aged green coffees and baggy
stale green coffees.
Thank you Tom,
On Tue, Mar 16, 2010 at 5:49 PM, Tom & Maria - Sweet Maria's Coffee <
sweetmarias at sweetmarias.com> wrote:
> While the beans are definitely WAY small they are tiny little HALF Spheres,
>> and I thought for a bean to be a peaberry that it had to be spherical
>> more or less)
> It's definitely not 100% peaberry. It's a lot of Blue Batak and it is the
> first time we have been able to get this as an aged coffee, held actually in
> stainless steel bins too! Good aged coffee has to be held in bulk and
> rotated periodically to equilize moisture. They don't keep it in jute bags,
> or if they do they open them, bulk it, rotate it, rebag it, etc.
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