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    BeanBay Green Bean Release - Jan 2016

    BeanBay Green Bean Release - Jan 2016

    Available in BeanBay now:

    Burundi Kinyangurube


    Burundi Kinyangurube is a well processed bean from a land-locked African country that often has a lot of trouble getting their coffees to market. Located on about the same latitude as Kilimanjaro you can see the similarities in coffee style.
    Small beans but fairly evenly graded which makes them easy to roast and control. Crisp white wine zing in the lighter roasts and rich warmer flavours as it gets darker. Another excellent Burundi find.


    Ethiopia Sidamo Ardi Naturals


    These sun dried Sidamo Ardi Naturals smell amazing as a green bean and that adds to the excitement of roasting them. Roasted to CS7 or CS8 they explode with red berry flavours and smell like you just tore a blueberry muffin open. Take them a little darker into CS9 and the body leaps up and the cocoa aromatics start.
    Another stunning East African coffee.


    ROBUSTA Mexico Union Juarez


    Mexico Union Juarez is clean and well processed ROBUSTA coffee, small evenly graded beans but like many robusta beans it has a range of colours in the green bean. It's Perfect in small percentages (10%-20%) to make your coffee blend stand-up in even the tallest milk drinks.
    For best results, roast this Robusta separate and longer than you would an Arabica as it develops in the roaster at a different rate.


    Rwanda Nyungwe A


    Rwanda Nyungwe A is a high altitude coffee grown in high rainfall area. Good sized beans, super clean washing and very well sorted. Really easy to roast this and it's a true cocoa bomb roasted to early CS10 on a long slow profile. Big bold coffee flavours pull this through tall milk drinks with ease. Excellent as a single origin, equally useful in a blend to fatten-up a soft coffee.


    Of course there are plenty of other great coffees in BeanBay too, so you are sure to find something you love!




    ...the required fine print...
    (with the exception of the 1kg Maui and the 2kg Elephant Monsoon) All BeanBay green beans are packed in 2.5kg zippered cotton bags, perfect for storage for up to 3 years when kept in a cool, dark and dry position. We ship paid orders out from the Snobbery Monday to Thursday and BeanBay will show the available shipping options to your area. Larger orders are typically cheaper to freight per kilogram so we suggest ordering all your requirements at once. We also strongly recommend that you ship to an attended address (eg: work or grandma's house) to avoid delivery delays.








    Enjoy!

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    Please update green beans section , I cannot find Mexican beans inside.

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    Quote Originally Posted by summercrema View Post
    Please update green beans section , I cannot find Mexican beans inside.
    You mean these ones which have been in beanbay all weekend?
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    Quote Originally Posted by summercrema View Post
    Please update green beans section , I cannot find Mexican beans inside.
    The beans are listed alphabetical in BeanBay... but being a ROBUSTA the R goes in with M
    (if that makes sense)

    You can also click on the title in the first post above.

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    Sorry, Iam aftering the Mexican El Triunfo .

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    Quote Originally Posted by summercrema View Post
    Sorry, Iam aftering the Mexican El Triunfo .
    I would say that bean is sold out. If it isn't listed, it isn't available.
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    Quote Originally Posted by summercrema View Post
    Sorry, Iam aftering the Mexican El Triunfo .
    The sales page isn't a wish list

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    So sad to see Ethiopian Geisha sold out . I need more Andy !!! . It's #1

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    Sorry, Iam aftering the Mexican El Triunfo .
    End of harvest is close so samples should arrive soon, add 2 months odd and we will have more if it's as good as previous.

    So sad to see Ethiopian Geisha sold out
    I agree, we should be landing more of the Geisha mid-year... but as always, until I can touch it... it doesn't exist!

    I think you will enjoy the Ethiopia Geyusu Select and the Ethiopia Sidamo Ardi Naturals both are fruity Ethiopian stunner's with the Ardi leaning more towards the previous Geisha and the Geyusu more like a mega Harrar.

    We buy great coffee from all over the world, bang it into BeanBay and if you love it, buy it while its there as this stuff really does grow on trees and seasons pickings are finite.

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