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    Two requests Andy,

    Well overdue for some Ethiopian Limmu, stocks getting very low on this essential blender/ S.O. - and can you get more of the Longberry Harar that was offered earlier this year? Best Harar for several years and Ive only goy one bag left

    Fingers crossed....

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    Can I add Ethiopian Gambella Naturals to the list please

    KK

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    • #3
      Re: Ehiopian beans

      Originally posted by 1D3930303333091D39253B39560 link=1245842357/1#1 date=1245848020
      Can I add Ethiopian Gambella Naturals to the list please

      KK
      Im with KK, this is one of my favourites, only about 1kg left

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      • #4
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        Yep Any Ethiopian ... Gambella , Limmu , Longberry Harar , Got to love the Flavours.. ANY OTHER INTERESTING ETHIOPIANS ..??

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        • #5
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          Think Gambella... even more than you lot can get though in an hour of BeanBay.
          :

          There will also be a small amount of Harrar (limited to 1 bag per person for the 1st half hour)

          ...and Limmu (if it arrives in time, else it will be the next one)

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          • #6
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            /\/o/ Im not such a fan of the limmu unless its a nice limey one, but Hararr and Gambella.....in one go. Roar.

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            • #7
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              Originally posted by 06222B2B28281206223E20224D0 link=1245842357/1#1 date=1245848020
              Can I add Ethiopian Gambella Naturals to the list please
              Ditto ..... Ditto

              PLEASE

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              • #8
                Re: Ethiopian beans

                Decaf Limu?

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                • #9
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                  Limu moca is the go....mmmmmmmmmmm    Its much nicer than the organic limu.

                  And how about some more monsoon malabar? (not exactly Ethiopian I know..)

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                  • #10
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                    Im a HUGE fan of the Limu and Harrar.

                    Havnt tried the Gambella naturals yet but id like to.

                    I hear there are some west Ethiopian coffees in the current crops?

                    Any chance of some Ethiopian Elephant bean?

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                    • #11
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                      Oh and after purchasing the Sidamo Guji im hooked! Must have more!

                      I also tried the Gemadro last week at work, more like a Kenyan with its floral winey overtones and rich spiced backgrounds. Still prefer the Guji though

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                      • #12
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                        I reckon the Gambella Naturals are beautiful, but the Gambella Sundried seems to be even better.
                        More please.

                        Greg

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                        • #13
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                          Im one of those noobs who just cant seem to get the best out of the Gamballa

                          Actually i think ill revisit it again tomorrow :-?

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                            Originally posted by 59607E704A52150 link=1245842357/12#12 date=1274007411
                            Im one of those noobs who just cant seem to get the best out of the Gamballa

                            I find it a funny one to roast. The first crack lingers longer than normal so I just roast by temp and keep it steady. I pull it just into SC and leave it a week. A fantastic bean as a SO.

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                            • #15
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                              Mmmmmm these beans roast the BEST!

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