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    Tanzanian Uru

    Gene Cafe Coffee Roaster $850 - Free Beans Free Freight
    Went through my "starter pack" and found some Tanzanian Uru.

    OMG - how good is this bean????

    Come on Andy - source some more of this absolute beauty!!!!

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    Awesome treat! That bean is one of my favourites, works brilliantly as the African in a blend with low to medium acid beans,
    like a Mocha /Indo/South American blend. It can bring an amazing chocolate and ripe, sweet red fruit quality to your coffee.
    Blew a few winemakers away with that one! 8-)

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    Ignorance may be bliss- I haven't even started to blend yet!

    Too many great singles to explore - yum!!!

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    Yeah been enjoying this lately. I only drink it as a SO. I reckon it has rotated through my Behmor at leat twice in the last 6 weeks! Holding about 1.5kg stash ATM

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    Mmmmmmm.... 1.5 kilos........

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    Easily one of the top 10 beans we have ever sourced.

    They are picking in TZ now and the good news is we have put our name down on some very special lots.
    Early next year landing is my best guess but I'll let everyone know more when the ship is booked.

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    Re: Tanzanian Uru

    Woohoo! Cannot wait! Easily my favourite bean ever

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    Shhhhhhh Andy! The back seat will want to put in advance orders ;-)
    And just for the record, it didn't all get blended, I had plenty to go around. A nice 15 kg bucket full, or was it more?............ 8-)

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    Ooooohhh
    Bring it on! This was my favourite bean ever!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JAYDEE View Post
    Mmmmmmm.... 1.5 kilos........
    I still have some but not a lot



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