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    Indian Tiger Mountain Grade A $7/kg*

    Gene Cafe Coffee Roaster $850 - Free Beans Free Freight
    Indian Tiger Mountain Grade A Plantation coffee

    Its been a long time since we have done the Tiger Mountain and as it appears in most of the CSrs blends we have included it the polls this month.



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    * plus freight options
    • 3kg Express Postpack $9.50
    • 5kg Fastway Courier $8.80 (++ only to available areas)
    • For larger shipping amounts please contact us.

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    The required "fine print" ;)


    ++ 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 hours address to ensure someone is there to accept the delivery.

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    Disclaimer: prospective purchasers of this or any other coffee listed on CoffeeSnobs should understand that you are purchasing shares in bags of coffee that may contain materials other than green coffee beans. Those shares include everything in the bags and may include items you may prefer not to come in contact with your coffee making equipment. It is a buyers responsibility to identify the material other than green coffee beans and to decide how it should be treated.



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    Re: Indian Tiger Mountain Grade A $7/kg*


    If this is your first CoffeeSnobs order (or your details have changed) please email the below information to: polls@CoffeeSnobs.com.au and then we will have the correct details for invoicing at the end of the poll period.


    CoffeeSnobs Name:
    Real Name:
    Preferred name on the receipt:
    Email address for invoice:
    Delivery Address:
    Phone (MB or BH):


    Note: the postal address should be somewhere that is attended during the day to avoid the delivery getting "carded" and you having to pick it up at a local post office or depot. Work, pub, local milkbar, grandmas house all make sense.

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    Re: Indian Tiger Mountain Grade A $7/kg*

    Hi Andy,

    Ive submitted a bid for 5kg but I really want 10kg but theres no option for that. How do I go about getting 10kg and what do you think the shipping will be to Adelaide?

    Regards

    Mick

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    Re: Indian Tiger Mountain Grade A $7/kg*

    10kg is fine. Email direct to me or posting here is ok.

    Freight on large amounts like that can be checked on the Aust Post web site parcel post calculator. Use Geelong (3220) as the source and your postcode as the destination. Weight will be in the 10001g - 11000kg bracket as the cardboard box puts you into the next weight-break.

    http://www1.auspost.com.au/pac/aus_parcel.asp

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    Re: Indian Tiger Mountain Grade A $7/kg*

    I have just updated the poll to include 10kg amounts.

    If you voted for 5kg and want 10kg you can click on "remove vote" and then vote for the correct amount.

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    Re: Indian Tiger Mountain Grade A $7/kg*


    --- cut and pasted to all the polls this month ---

    The November polls were open from midnight Sat-Wednesday night when they closed.

    The last of the invoices were emailed today (alphabetic send... 2muchcoffeeman is the always the first one and Yirg is the last :) )

    The schedule (depending mostly on the coffee supplier)...

    Everyone makes payment in the next day or so, we then order the beans, get them freighted here when ready, get em bagged and couriered out.

    Our normal end to end takes 3 weeks from initial polls to the last CSer getting their beans.

    If I had to guess I would say people should start to see beans at the end of next week and early the following week so we will be right on target. :o


    --- cut and pasted to all the polls this month ---



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