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    Ethiopia Limu (wet processed) $7.50/kg*

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    Ethiopia Limu (wet processed) $7.50/kg*

    Less body than the Yirg but more chocolate! This Limu has been hand sorted to keep the quality high and the lingering aroma from this bean is huge. Your neighbours will know you are grinding it!

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    * plus total order weight freight options
    • 3kg Express Postpack $10
    • 5kg Fastway Courier $10 (++ to available areas)


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    ++ Check the Fastway locator for availability to your area. Select Geelong as the "local", put your postcode and 5kg as the weight. If you see the satchel option then you can use the Fastway courier service. You will need to supply a business address to ensure someone is there to accept the delivery. http://tinyurl.com/apl9f

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    Re: Ethiopia Limu (wet processed) $7.50/kg*

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    Re: Ethiopia Limu (wet processed) $7.50/kg*

    Im not sure whether I have to say it again here but- 2.5 kg please!
    Yumm :)

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    Re: Ethiopia Limu (wet processed) $7.50/kg*

    Nah rayzurhead, no need to post in the poll thread unless you have a public query or have found something interesting about the origin that you want to post.

    In fact if I make future polls "locked" it might save the confusion.


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    Re: Ethiopia Limu (wet processed) $7.50/kg*

    That depends on whos confusion you are trying to quell andy. When trying to find the one stand-out bean of the poll, its always nice when people leave extra tidbits of information. The temptation to order 2.5 of everything is far to high... :D

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    Re: Ethiopia Limu (wet processed) $7.50/kg*

    Limmu is always the go. Its a poor mans Yemeni Mokha.

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    Re: Ethiopia Limu (wet processed) $7.50/kg*

    Going out on a limb...
    I rate the Limmu as far superior to the YI.
    Cant wait to restock as its been going in all my blends..

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    Re: Ethiopia Limu (wet processed) $7.50/kg*

    I assume this is decaf?

    Im (well, my wife is) almost out of decaf beans.

    Ron

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    Re: Ethiopia Limu (wet processed) $7.50/kg*


    Yes D.A.G. (good TLA :) ) I know what being a kid in a lollyshop is like... so many beans, so little time to enjoy them all but I ALWAYS WANT MORE...MORE. :)

    Nunu & Longmatt.... yes, as far a "bang for buck" the Limu (and most of the great Ethiopian beans) are far better value than the Yemen Ismaili and a whole lot easier to get a good roast out of (with less rock to-boot!)

    Ron.... NOT DECAF. Dont be confused with "SWP" Swiss Water Processed which is decaf. With te Limu, the raw coffee beans have been washed in processing as opposed to sun dried. Most beans are wet processed, some beans from areas where water is very scarce are dry processed, sun dried or even dried on the tree.

    We do have a SWP decaf poll up this month... its the other Ethiopian poll.


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    Re: Ethiopia Limu (wet processed) $7.50/kg*

    Thanks Andy. Will put my hand up over on that poll.

    Ron

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    Re: Ethiopia Limu (wet processed) $7.50/kg*

    Quote Originally Posted by Andy Freeman link=1146145292/0#8 date=1146488436
    Yes D.A.G. (good TLA :) )
    Its nifty eh? Sums me up fairly well actually. ;D

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    Re: Ethiopia Limu (wet processed) $7.50/kg*

    Polls closed now.

    Invoices will be emailed-out in the next couple of days and when everyone has paid we will order/divide/address and then freight em out.

    If all goes well beans should start arriving to your addresses by the end of next week.



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