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    Brisbane Pickup - July 2007

    Gene Cafe Coffee Roaster $850 - Free Beans Free Freight
    This is the thread for banter about the Brissy pickup. *

    I would hope that the beans will be in Brisbane by Saturday 14th July.


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    Wow,

    we have been slow to respond Brisborgs! We are the cool ones remember! we cant let Sydney Melbourne (and the WHOLE of Tasmania!) show us up! ;)

    Im being dramatic I know but I felt compelled to write a response - that little 0 in the reply column was annoying me.

    Okay Im going out on a limb here (BTW Saturday is the 14th not the 15th in Andys original message).... Im happy to host the pick up but it would have to be on the Sunday afternoon - say 2pm. I have two parties to fit in on the Saturday arvo/ night (Im yet to work out how to alter the time/space continuum to make this work - Ill let you know how I go) so apart from someone being home to sign for beans, Im not going to be able to accept pickeruperers on Saturday.

    Also, its my second week back at work after 9 months off and I have no espresso machine to give you all a coffee (although the plunger is always warm! and the Presso too!).

    AND... wait for it... I live in Ipswich (40min west of Brisbane)....

    Its getting better and better isnt it *:-/

    Having said all that I really am happy to host - it would be good to see yall again! But there may be a better option for everyone out there *;)

    Cheers,

    Meg

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    Re: Brisbane Pickup - July 2007


    I had meant to kick this one off Meg, but .......

    So thanks for that offer Meg to host :-)

    I cant host it once again unfortunately.
    Ill be interstate the week preceding and the weekend of the pickup.


    Belinda

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    Re: Brisbane Pickup - July 2007

    Sorry Meg, I was a bit slow off the mark because Im going to be away the week of the 16th but will be back by the weekend. It may be possible to host it again at my place, although Im not adverse to doing a road trip to Ippy. If the delivery happens while Im away, my wife should still be around to sign it in...


    I dont mind either way... Ippy or The Gap...

    err, I just noticed that its meant to be happening the week before Im away... So the option still stands either way.

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    Re: Brisbane Pickup - July 2007

    Mark

    Im thinking your place is a better option at this stage. Only because Im worried about being home to sign for beans. I have Wednesdays off but theres no guarantee that the beans are able to arrive on the wednesday. Does this make sense?

    Hmmm... what do you think? Do you mind? If its possible for the beans to arrive Wednesday Im happy to do it, but it may be better if we are more flexible for delivery.



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    Re: Brisbane Pickup - July 2007

    We cannot control the landing day of the beans... only the sending and even then that depends on how soon CSrs pay for their orders.

    The Sat 14th date is a best guess... working on *BeanBay 27th, buy, pay, pack, ship by the 4th...courier to deliver to Brissy within a week makes delivery 10,11,12,13th or so
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    Okay, Im fine with another pickup at my house. The Pav is actually working really well at the moment, so the coffee may not be that bad....

    Cheers,

    Mark.

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    Re: Brisbane Pickup - July 2007

    Im also open to have bean pick up here.

    I work from home so will be here for deliveries.

    If people want to pick up Saturday it would be at home Petrie terrace (between paddington and spring hill), if sunday then at my shed in coopers plains.

    Facilities (coffee machine and roaster) here are very basic so i cant promise anything amazing unless i put some sticky hologram paper and other sparkly bits on them.

    Rob

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    Re: Brisbane Pickup - July 2007

    Oops sorry Mark took a while to hit the post button and didnt see yours come in.

    Your place is great with me.

    Rob


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    Re: Brisbane Pickup - July 2007

    Thanks Mark!

    And thanks too Rob for the offer - maybe next time?!? The logistics of signing for beans is my only real issue about being host. Working from home is ideal for this sort of non-work related thing!

    So Sparkys it is then?

    I promise not to turn up empty handed! And I promise to host a "DO" later on in the year.

    Cheers

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    Re: Brisbane Pickup - July 2007

    Thanks Mark (Sparky). Would you tell us where abouts in Brisy u are?

    Thanks,
    Richy

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    Im in The Gap. All salient details will be PMed.

    Cheers,

    Mark.

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    Re: Brisbane Pickup - July 2007


    Excellent Mark.

    It will appear in BeanBay as:

    BRISSY - "Sparky" - The Gap (see thread for details)
    14/07/07


    Ill let you guys pick the actual date/time/place
    ..and what to bring to make the rest of us hungry.
    ;)

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    Re: Brisbane Pickup - July 2007

    Hey, if any Brisbane pickup people who bought Darjeeling are interested in spliting some with me (1kg is a hell of a lot of tea :p) I would be very keen.

    Also, if anyone missed out on buying Yemens, I would happy to split my bag with you.

    Let me know,
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    Re: Brisbane Pickup - July 2007

    Quote Originally Posted by richy_4000 link=1182162807/0#13 date=1182989080
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    Also, if anyone missed out on buying Yemens, I would happy to split my bag with you.

    Let me know,
    Richy
    Thank you Richy....Ive always wanted to say that.
    Ill take you up on the offer if itd still available.
    I can buy some or swap with some other beans I have.
    PM me if youd like a list of my bean stash.

    Thanks,
    Ken.

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    Re: Brisbane Pickup - July 2007

    Just for future reference...

    Although I dont roast ( and I can see that becoming something i might be interested in day, but jeez man, 3 kids and a new cafe, and a hungry husband dont give me much time to myself to indulge in a new hobby...!) I would be happy to host a bean pick up from my cafe in Kenmore. I can accept delivery anytime during business hours and would be open all day Saturdays if thats what people want. Ill even let yall play on the Simonelli if you want and pour your own.... Im not protective. .. :)

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    Re: Brisbane Pickup - July 2007

    ::) Wowww, a CS with a new cafe in Kenmore! Im really closeby in Fig Tree Pocket, Ill have to drop in sometime and say hi and try your espresso. Is it ....Tapas, or Plum :p? If you dont want to tell the world, please do PM me. Ive never had drinkable espresso in a Brisbane cafe, so Id be really keen. And the beanbay pickup would be great, thanks for the offer.

    Cheers,
    Richy


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    Re: Brisbane Pickup - July 2007

    richy,

    Id be interested in sharing in some of your tea spoils if you have any left. PM me if the offer is still open.

    Anyone have any decaf theyd like to share? Decaf girl here needs some more decaf.

    Cheers,

    Meg

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    Re: Brisbane Pickup - July 2007

    Hey Meg,

    No, I missed out on the tea. I was asking if people wanted to split some of their tea. There were only 13 boxes, so the chances are fairly lean.

    Ive got a couple of SW decafs I bought from Abriscas in East Brisbane that I can give you if youre interested. Theyre pretty good, but Im drinking tea and gin at night these days ;D Maybe swap for some caffeinated beans :P

    Richy

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    Re: Brisbane Pickup - July 2007

    I cant wait to get to the July 14 pickup at Spakies place.

    I was lucky to get a few beans, my first attempt failed!

    If anyone is interested I can bring some BOOMERANG WASHED FANCY beans, PM me for a price.

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    Re: Brisbane Pickup - July 2007

    Hehe Richy I live even closer which is kenmore!:P
    So which cafe is it blue? :)

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    Re: Brisbane Pickup - July 2007

    GDay blue
    I would be happy to host a bean pick up from my cafe in Kenmore.
    I too would be in favour of a Kenmore pickup, much closer for us in Ipswich. * It would also be nice to have the variety.
    Thats now 5 of us!
    Bruce

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    Re: Brisbane Pickup - July 2007


    I believe the next pickup will be at my place. After that its open season. A Kenmore pickup at a cafe sounds really nice and it would make delivery a lot less stressful (ie the courier seems to favour a one-dainty-knock-then-run approach. Weve missed the first delivery attempt twice and were at home both times ).


    Cheers,

    Mark.


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    Re: Brisbane Pickup - July 2007

    BeanBay Tracking.

    http://www.couriersplease.com.au/

    Find: (at bottom left of the page)
    TRACK A PARCEL

    Coupon Number: 51601686908
    Which Branch: Nationwide

    [click] SEARCH

    The other parcels are:
    51601686910
    51601686911

    PLEASE DO NOT ANNOY THE PICKUP POINT
    You will be told in this thread when beans are available
    (we are showing you the tracking for general interest only)

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    Re: Brisbane Pickup - July 2007


    Theyre on their way.... Wooo hooo.

    So its looking like a Sat 14th pickup. Ill let everyone know the details when the beans arrive.

    Cheers,

    Mark.



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    Re: Brisbane Pickup - July 2007


    This one seems like its on a slow boat from China.

    Ive ordered some CS brown, so therell be plenty of coffee for the pickup gathering.


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    Re: Brisbane Pickup - July 2007


    Update: It seems like Couriers Please is testing some form of teleportation. Two of the three boxes have arrived..... The third seems to be going via a more conventional route.

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    Re: Brisbane Pickup - July 2007


    It looks like the last box has arrived!


    Pickup on Saturday from 10am to 2pm. PM me if you need my address. Im having some CS brown delivered and hope it will be there for the event. There will be a smorgasboard of coffee to temp you.

    Cheers,

    Mark.

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    Re: Brisbane Pickup - July 2007

    Hi Sparky,
    Ill bring the Veneziano blend Luka kindly gave me when I paid a flying visit recently.we can drink our way through that too...

    Cheers,
    Ken.

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    Thanks Ken, we may need it... My African blend is almost gone and the CS brown may be too fresh (at least for one of the beans I ordered). But well let the taste buds decide that.

    I gotta thank Andy for roasting my beans tonight... I didnt read the fine print on how CS brown operated, which nearly resulted in a bean crisis on Saturday.

    Cheers,

    Mark.

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    Re: Brisbane Pickup - July 2007

    No problems Mark we can make short work of the Veneziano Im sure.
    Perhaps I can stop at Kakodo for some burnt beans or if were really in dire need....Coles.....NOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!
    Ill try to get up to Nigels and pick up some of his espresso blend.

    See you Saturday around 11.

    Cheers,
    Ken.

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    Re: Brisbane Pickup - July 2007

    What Veneziano coffee is it? Just Veneziano Estate?

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    Hi Ken,

    Dont go to any trouble mate and definitely dont get any Kakoda coffee. Its a very light roast and frankly, crap for espresso.

    The CS brown has shipped, so well be able to taste a few interesting beans. Big thanks again to Andy for seeing us canetoads dont go without a fresh brew.

    Cheers,

    Mark.

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    Happy to help Mark!

    For a bit of extra fun...

    In with your CS brown order are 3 mystery packages labeled BRISSY 1, 2, 3

    Try each as an espresso and as a latte and then blend them in different amounts to find the "uber B blend".

    All three will blend into a stunning espresso if you get the percentages right.

    After we have your results Ill disclose the contents.

    Enjoy the Blind Brissy Blend test.


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    Re: Brisbane Pickup - July 2007

    Hi Blue, Richy and Coffee Kid...my kids go to school at Kenmore and I live slightly west...in the moutains, so a decent coffee at Kenmore would be nice...I have been flat out lately, and booked ahead with work, so I couldnt nip down Gap Creek Rd to meet Mark and the rest of the crew, but Im keen to do so soon.

    Blue - where is your cafe...PM me if for some reason you dont want to advertise here.

    Cheers

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    Re: Brisbane Pickup - July 2007

    Quote Originally Posted by Andy Freeman link=1182162807/30#33 date=1184220628
    Happy to help Mark!

    For a bit of extra fun... *

    In with your CS brown order are 3 mystery packages labeled BRISSY 1, 2, 3

    Try each as an espresso and as a latte and then blend them in different amounts to find the "uber B blend".

    All three will blend into a stunning espresso if you get the percentages right.

    After we have your results Ill disclose the contents.

    Enjoy the Blind Brissy Blend test.

    I love a surprise..... Cheers Andy, I look forward to figuring this one out.... [smiley=thumbsup.gif]

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    Hey ozcott
    Primary or High?

    Oh and blue, PM me too if you can:)

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    Primary matey - im not that old!

    Cheers

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    Re: Brisbane Pickup - July 2007

    Quote Originally Posted by Wushoes link=1182162807/30#31 date=1184163014
    What Veneziano coffee is it? Just Veneziano Estate?
    Now thats a very good question.
    I think Luca said it was a blend of 7 beans but I could be wrong.
    It smells great though and well let you know how it went.
    Cheers,
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    Re: Brisbane Pickup - July 2007


    I think we failed the blind tasting, but we gave it a good try.

    I think we nailed B2 as an Indonesian. I havent tasted too many Indo roasts, but I dont think its the Sulawesi Kalossi Toraja, so maybe a Mandehling... It had the most uneven roast with some real dark beans. It went well into 2nd crack and was oily. The aroma showed no hint of roastiness though. It was quite pungent, like dried fruit, plums maybe. That said it had the standout aroma.

    B1 was a very even roast just into 2nd crack. The espresso was low in acidity and very smooth. Nothing really stood out as a flavour. It tasted more generic with a nice smooth body and some sweetness. The clue here was we got more of this one, so it was definitely the base. As for its origin, our best guess so far was Brazil, but Ive no real experience with Brazils (in fact none of us did).

    B3 was a similar roast profile to B1 and had gone just into 2nd crack. The beans had different sizes, but a very uniform roast. They also had more texture on the surface. The aroma didnt stand out, but seemed more spicey than fruity. Im guessing a central African here, maybe Rwandan...

    The blending was a debacle as we were working on getting better extractions as well as different blends. The consensus was that the Pav was pretty spot on temperature wise though.

    First blend was 2:1:1 B1:B2:B3... Not really there. A bit bland both as an espresso and in milk.

    Second blend was 2:2:1, which Im sure wasnt correct given the amount of B1 Andy provided... I still preferred this as I think B2 should highlight the blend. We were at a bit of a loss with waht to do with B3 though...

    Stay tuned... its a work in progress, as we still have more beans to play with.

    Ive gotta say this was a really enjoyable element to the pickup and Id be prepared to chip in a bit extra for this to be a regular occurence with future bean bay pick ups, or at least try this again.

    I really have to thank Andy to his generosity in providing this entertainment.

    Cheers,

    Mark.

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    Re: Brisbane Pickup - July 2007

    Yeah, that was awesome. Thanks Andy, and thanks Sparky. Andy gave us twice as much Brizzy 1 as the other 2 mystery beans, so we didnt know if that was a wink-wink nudge-nudge for Andys idea of the best base bean :P

    Well, I am loaded with caffeine after all that :o :o :o ...no sleep for me tonight ! I had a laugh

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    Re: Brisbane Pickup - July 2007

    Thanks Mark for hosting the pickup again.
    Thanks Andy for adding to the day"s fun with the "secret squirrel" beans as well.
    Like Mark Im more confused than ever after trying to identify and blend them.
    Ive never had so many espressos....buzz, buzz, buzz.
    And like richy Ill have no problems watching those 5 dvds I rented tonight.
    If I can only sit still long enough to watch them... :o *:o

    Cheers,
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    Re: Brisbane Pickup - July 2007


    Glad it was fun, we might try and do similar at other pickups in the future too.

    Let me know when you want the spoilers!


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    Re: Brisbane Pickup - July 2007


    Ive checked B3 again and Im willing to have a punt that its an African. It looks like a dry processed coffee and it definitely has a fruity characteristic. Not too sweet, but closer to the Africans Ive been trying lately.


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    OK heres my final guess... Ive gotta admit I used some forensic Brown bay investigations to arrive at this list:

    B1 Columbian Volcan Galeras (This has body, aroma and sweetness. A very nice bean. CVG is a guess based on these characteristics. Ive not tried it though)

    B2 Ethiopian Harrar ( A very aromatic bean with a deep winey flavour. The unevenness of the roast and the depth of the roast point to a bean that can handle this treatment. Besides it didnt have the earthiness that Indo beans seem to have)

    B3 Peru Segunda Naturals (Ok so this isnt on brown bay and I was going African with this one, but the uneven bean size and rough bean texture seem to rule out most of those other Africans. Ive only done one roast of the PSN and I cant remember its characteristics. This one is slightly sweet and fruity. Not so bold as the others.)

    Best blend? Possibly a 3:2:1 in the order listed above...

    Thanks for an interesting tasting experience Andy...

    Cheers,

    Mark.


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    You have shot way off now... your initial thoughts were close to the mark (hmmm.. bad puns) and after thinking too hard and a spate of attempted cheating using BeanBay Brown you have driven off course.

    ;)

    Try an espresso blend of:

    B1 = 60%
    B2 = 10%
    B3 = 30%

    :)

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    Re: Brisbane Pickup - July 2007

    I had a laugh! Tell us what they are already Andy! :P

    (Hey, thanks again for that mate, that was awesome fun ;))

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    Re: Brisbane Pickup - July 2007

    Yes, it was fun from this end too.

    So here is the spoiler:







    Brissy BeanBay mystery Beans







    B1: Indian Tiger Mountain

    B2: Vietnam Robusta Grade 1

    B3: 50% Mandheling, 50% Yemen



    Yes, there were two twists. *No one was expecting a robusta (and a dinkable one at that!) and the pre blend of B3 was to make it hard to pick!

    So the initial forensics from Saturday were pretty close and the clue in the B1 being double the amount wasnt missed. well done Brissy CSrs.


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    Re: Brisbane Pickup - July 2007

    A Robusta!!!! HAHAHA. Wow, we certainly do suck here in Brisbane ;)

    Aw, dont worry Sparky, Ethiopian Harrar/Vientnam robusta, whats the diff ;D You did better than any of us though, we didnt have much of a clue. There will come a day when well all have drunk enough coffee and know enough about it to be able to tell the exact farm that a bean comes from! ...This life, or the next :P

    I reken Id have a better shot at distinguishing the tastes if I pulled shots from my own machine though. Its just that it is what a know well and am used to.

    Cheers,
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    Re: Brisbane Pickup - July 2007

    Quote Originally Posted by Andy Freeman link=1182162807/45#45 date=1184554420
    You have shot way off now... your initial thoughts were close to the mark (hmmm.. bad puns) and after thinking too hard and a spate of attempted cheating using BeanBay Brown you have driven off course.
    ...
    Sounds a bit like a Role Playing Game.

    "You have wandered from the path of caffeinne enlightenment, your must drink at least one sub-standard coffee as pennance before returning to the guild!"

    I dont presonally have all the ingredients on hand, but I think I might be doing a roast of Tiger Mountain and Mandeling next week and whack a 60/40 blend together.

    Roast level suggestions master?

    Brett (Macap M5...... SHINY!!!)



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