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  • flynnaus
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    The best thing to add to the Colombian Geisha would be more Colombian Geisha. Buy another bag . At a pinch, you could add a 'mild' bean such as a Brazilian which won't compete with the Geisha as much.

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  • Javaphile
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    It's determined by the number of posts you have.


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  • Bob_Weis
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    Originally posted by Andy View Post
    The Costa Rica Miel at a pinch but I wouldn't be blending it if I didn't have to.

    In fact, I'm enjoying a 2 week old Colombian Geisha out of the Brazen right now, stunning coffee off the grinder and in the cup (still).
    Thanks Andy, and I do have some of the Costa Rica.
    Why am I a junior member?

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  • Andy
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    The Costa Rica Miel at a pinch but I wouldn't be blending it if I didn't have to.

    In fact, I'm enjoying a 2 week old Colombian Geisha out of the Brazen right now, stunning coffee off the grinder and in the cup (still).

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  • Bob_Weis
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    Bean to roast with leftover Columbia Geisha

    I have 50 grams left of the Columbia Geisha leftover and want to roast it together with a similar bean in a Kaffelogic roaster. Any advice CS?

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