bkamnetz at gmail.com
Sun Oct 10 16:38:06 CDT 2010
I drink one 6-tassa moka pot of coffee a day, so I order greens just
twice a year, usually an 8-pound sampler and then 4 or 5 additional
pounds. I ordered just last week, and of course can't remember what I
ordered, so I rushed to my Sweet Maria order confirmation email and
saw the following:
Ethiopia Dry Process Jimma -Nigusie Lemma - 5 lbs
I have never ordered more than 2 pounds of anything before, so this is
a novelty for me. But the experience with the Ethiopians I got in my
order last spring prompted me to go a little further with them. Sounds
like I lucked out!
On Sat, Oct 9, 2010 at 6:35 PM, miKe mcKoffee <mcKona at comcast.net> wrote:
> Shouldn't post this from a business perspective since we can't buy all we
> want at once financially speaking and have already purchased 400lb and could
> literally use a Ton or more additional and don't want it to run out too soon
> but my homeroaster roots has to make this post.
> I know it's been talked about already but if you're a fan of good, no
> excellent, no stellar, no phenomenal mind blowing dry processed Ethiopia
> coffees do NOT let this one pass you by. It just may be the best SO espresso
> of the year so far. And of course damn fine other brewing methods.
> Slave to the Bean miKe mcKoffee
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