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    Andy, any chance of adding the Hawaiian Kona & Jamaican Blue Mountain to the Brown section? would love to try these

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    Re: Hawaiian Kona & Jamaican Blue Mountain - Roasted

    Originally posted by 777E602524140 link=1271307271/0#0 date=1271307271
    Andy, any chance of adding the Hawaiian Kona & Jamaican Blue Mountain to the Brown section? would love to try these  
    Best to email Andy when you need to communicate with him.


    However I think youll find hes not keen on that unless you want to buy the entire roast. Its an awful lot of moneys worth to potentially go stale or otherwise.

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      Re: Hawaiian Kona & Jamaican Blue Mountain - Roasted

      Originally posted by 69607E3B3A0A0 link=1271307271/0#0 date=1271307271
      Andy, any chance of adding the Hawaiian Kona & Jamaican Blue Mountain to the Brown section? would love to try these
      Sorry no.  

      Minimum batch for the roaster is 2.5kg of green which will yield 2kg of roasted... add bags, labour etc and you are looking at $150/kg for the JBM with a minimum 2kg order.



      You would be better off roasting your own!

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        Re: Hawaiian Kona & Jamaican Blue Mountain - Roasted

        (snap... I need to type faster)

        Originally posted by 76475049484F44495F260 link=1271307271/1#1 date=1271311475
        Best to email Andy when you need to communicate with him.
        YES. Good call, it was just luck I noticed this post.

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          Re: Hawaiian Kona & Jamaican Blue Mountain - Roasted

          I have bought Jamaican Blue Mountain from Perfect Cup for $200 per kg, and enjoy it. The wikipedia states it has a "mild flavour and is bitterless".

          So... are there other brands of coffees that are bitterless ?

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            Re: Hawaiian Kona & Jamaican Blue Mountain - Roasted

            Originally posted by 16010C051209010E600 link=1271307271/4#4 date=1319524080
            are there other brands of coffees that are bitterless
            Yes, Brazilian coffees are generally sweeter than other  types.
            Most coffees are not bitter. Water temperature, method of preparation and freshness of the roast are factors. Also, and perhaps most important, is to grind the coffee just before you brew it with a good quality grinder.

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              Re: Hawaiian Kona & Jamaican Blue Mountain - Roasted

              Originally posted by 6C7B767F68737B741A0 link=1271307271/4#4 date=1319524080
              I have bought Jamaican Blue Mountain from Perfect Cup for $200 per kg, and enjoy it. The wikipedia states it has a "mild flavour and is bitterless".

              So... are there other brands of coffees that are bitterless ?
              For $200 a kilo, youd wanna hope like hell those are the best beans in the world!

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                Re: Hawaiian Kona & Jamaican Blue Mountain - Roasted

                Originally posted by 7E69646D7A616966080 link=1271307271/4#4 date=1319524080
                I have bought Jamaican Blue Mountain from Perfect Cup for $200 per kg, and enjoy it. The wikipedia states it has a "mild flavour and is bitterless".

                So... are there other brands of coffees that are bitterless ?
                Yes - plenty.
                I have some Peru that I will sell you for just $100 per kilo.

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                  Re: Hawaiian Kona & Jamaican Blue Mountain - Roasted

                  ...with freight to Russia?

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                    Re: Hawaiian Kona & Jamaican Blue Mountain - Roasted

                    Originally posted by 303A2F3838372325560 link=1271307271/5#5 date=1319525482
                    Yes, Brazilian coffees are generally sweeter than other  types.
                    Are you talking about Latinamerican coffees in general, or about Brazilian coffee in particular ? I tried Brazilian, Dominican, Nicaraguan, Colombian, Guatemalan, and Cuban coffees. Once I was able to buy a sample of Guatemalan coffee which had a smooth prolonged taste like JBM had, but I was never able again to buy it.

                    Originally posted by 30372234392F09676F6F6F560 link=1271307271/7#7 date=1319529383
                    I have some Peru that I will sell you for just $100 per kilo.
                    Maybe you tell me the full name of your Peruvian coffee, and I will buy a sample of it from a local shop ? Like "Peruvian Chanchamayo" etc ?

                    Originally posted by 1738322F560 link=1271307271/8#8 date=1319539862
                    ...with freight to Russia?
                    Hm, howd you know that ? Currently, I live in Adelaide.


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                      Re: Hawaiian Kona & Jamaican Blue Mountain - Roasted

                      Originally posted by 35222F26312A222D430 link=1271307271/9#9 date=1319545384
                      or about Brazilian coffee in particular
                      Yes, Brazilian coffees are generally sweeter than those from other regions.

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                      • #12
                        Re: Hawaiian Kona & Jamaican Blue Mountain - Roasted

                        Originally posted by 3B2C21283F242C234D0 link=1271307271/9#9 date=1319545384
                        fatboy wrote Yesterday at 6:56pm:I have some Peru that I will sell you for just $100 per kilo. Maybe you tell me the full name of your Peruvian coffee, and I will buy a sample of it from a local shop ? Like "Peruvian Chanchamayo" etc ?Andy Freeman wrote Yesterday at 9:51pm:...with freight to Russia? Hm, howd you know that ? Currently, I live in Adelaide.
                        Me thinks that Andy & Fatboy are just being playful Valerian.

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