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    Ethiopian beans

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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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    Re: Ehiopian beans

    Can I add Ethiopian Gambella Naturals to the list please

    KK

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    Re: Ehiopian beans

    Quote 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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    Re: Ethiopian beans

    Yep Any Ethiopian ... Gambella , Limmu , Longberry Harar , Got to love the Flavours.. ANY OTHER INTERESTING ETHIOPIANS ..?? :)

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    Re: Ethiopian beans


    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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    Re: Ethiopian beans

    /\/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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    Re: Ethiopian beans

    Quote 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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    Re: Ethiopian beans

    Decaf Limu?

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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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    Re: Ethiopian beans

    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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    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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    Re: Ethiopian beans

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

    Greg

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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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    Re: Ethiopian beans

    Quote 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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    Re: Ethiopian beans

    Mmmmmm these beans roast the BEST! :D

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    Re: Ethiopian beans

    Behmor Brazen - $249 - Free Freight
    this week my local is doing an ethiopian Bagersh.
    its magical.
    the shot was smooth and creamy however, its true flavours came through in milk style drinks, with full fruityness and a definite cocoa lingering in the palate.
    quite sweet, brilliant S.O that id happily buy a whole bunch of beans and try to re-create the experience. :D



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