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    Noting that funds from faircrack donations have gone to invest in pulpers for the villagers there, is there any way of enjoying or tasting the fruits of their and our success?

    Interesting videos on Youtube showing where our donations have gone to.

    Would be great if we could.

    Gary at G

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    Re: Tanzania

    Originally posted by 7E6469687A6C747E7E0D0 link=1300343130/0#0 date=1300343130
    Noting that funds from faircrack donations have gone to invest in pulpers for the villagers there, is there any way of enjoying  or tasting the fruits of their and our success?

    Interesting videos on Youtube showing where our donations have gone to.

    Would be great if we could. 

    Gary at G
    We were lucky enough to get the opportunity to buy some of this lovely coffee a while ago, so you never know your luck....

    Mal.

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    • #3
      Found some info that gives some insight into the history of growing coffee in Tanzania.
      Thought CSers may find it interesting...
      https://dailycoffeenews.com/2018/05/...atory-reality/

      Mal.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Dimal View Post
        We were lucky enough to get the opportunity to buy some of this lovely coffee a while ago, so you never know your luck....

        Mal.
        Can you remember which variety that was Mal? There is a Tanzania Killimanjaro A (Green Bean) on Beanbay at the moment -
        CoffeeSnobs - BeanBay - Green Coffee - Tanzania Kilimanjaro A

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        • #5
          G'day mate...

          I was referring to the CS Fair Crack project that Andy kicked off, way back when.
          Managed to grab some beans from the first lot to come over to us. A really lovely coffee...

          One of the reports that Andy filed back in 2013...
          https://coffeesnobs.com.au/faircrack...limanjaro.html

          Mal.

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