[Homeroast] What ever happened to Idido Misty Valley?
John and Emma
jehorchik at gmail.com
Wed Apr 30 22:20:33 CDT 2014
Interesting. Thanks for the share Ricky. I too, like Seth, was introduced to
IMV as one of the first coffees I ordered from SM's and it was always one of
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Subject: Re: [Homeroast] What ever happened to Idido Misty Valley?
from SM link here
I include above a picture of cherry sorting just beginning on a set of
raised beds at the privately owned Aricha mill in Yirga Cheffe from my
visit last week. When this was owned by Abdullah Bagersh the top coffees
here were called Idido Misty Valley. They maintain some of the Bagersh
practices, in the most part because they are the same local workers who
learned by his standards. -Tom
On Wed, Apr 30, 2014 at 1:33 PM, Seth Grandeau <grandeau at gmail.com> wrote:
> This was one of the first homeroasted coffees I was introduced to and was
> the first one I bought. For a few years, I looked forward to reading
> each the new crop. Would it be blueberry? Would it be strawberry? The
> one thing I was sure of...I knew I would love it.
> But then it stopped showing up. I'm assuming it was lost in the whole
> Ethiopian Coffee Market re-organization, but I keep hoping that it will
> show up again one day. There will always be a special place in my heart
> (and my stash) for IMV.
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