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    GREEN BeanBay - 16th April 2008

    Gene Cafe Coffee Roaster $850 - Free Beans Free Freight

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    Below is the email newsletter and BeanBay heads-up that was just sent to everyones forum email address.
    If you didnt get it then please check your [profile] to make sure your email address is still current.

    Andy.
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    We have just had another great month in the Aussie coffee scene.

    The biggest news this month is that CoffeeSnobs site moderator Javaphile will be our media representative at the SCAA 20th Annual Conference in Minneapolis 2nd - 5th May. This is the first time that we have had a CSr reporting directly from the event and it will be exciting to follow the pictures and stories from the floor.

    Last month the AASCA Victorian barista championship was won by site sponsor David Makin from Makin Espresso and last weekend another CoffeeSnob Hazel de los Reyes took the best barista award in NSW. Add those two to the SA winner Ian Callahan and the QLD winner Anne Cooper (who are both CSrs) and you know we have a collection of some of the most passionate and excellent Baristas in the country floating around here. The AACSA Cuptasting Competition was also in Melbourne this month and it was an outstanding success and a lot of fun for competitors and spectators alike. The final 3 smelling, sipping and slurping the secret CoffeeSnob coffees in the cupping were Zoe, Con and Toshi. Toshi settled-in after the initial heats and managed a huge 7 out of 8 to claim the state crown.

    The AASCA national finals will be held in Melbourne on the May 3 & 4 and those that didnt win the state based events can have another crack at the Barista, Cupping and Latte Art categories to become the best in the country and go to Copenhagen to compete on the world stage. Im sure members from the CS community will be well represented in at the Nationals so you should either plan on coming to cheer or even better still, enter the competition!

    This week I was lucky enough to get to Sydney and checkout CafeBiz. It was a great couple of days to see some new coffee toys and to catch-up with a pile of CS members and site sponsors for a chat and a bit of socialising. It was held at Royal Randwick which was a venue that is easy to access, has plenty of parking and an exhibition arena that has excellent non-echoing acoustics that make it perfect for one on one discussion without having to yell to be heard. Those that visited would have ran into lots of happy CS site sponsors stands too, ECA Australia, Coffee Parts, Makin Espresso, Coffee Roasters Australia, Diamond C, Caffetto and Cosmorex Coffee who were all only too happy to discuss their products and share their coffee passion with anyone who stood still long enough.

    GREEN BEANS.
    Our monthly BeanBay green bean sale will be:

    When?
    Wednesday 16th April
    21:00 -- VIC, NSW, ACT, QLD, TAS
    20:30 -- SA, NT
    19:00 -- WA


    What?
    Tanzania Tanganyika AA - $9.50/kg*
    El Salvador Mirasol Estate - $9.00/kg*
    PNG Wahgi AA - $11.00/kg*
    Zimbabwe Pezuru Estate AA - $9.00/kg*
    Brazil Ipanema Reserva Especial - $8.00/kg
    Tea - Yunnan Dayeh Black
    Chocolate – African Red Drinking Chocolate.

    Where?
    http://beanbay.coffeesnobs.com.au

    ...and don’t forget the CoffeeSnobs 5000th member competition. Get your free entry in to be in the running for a huge list of prizes kindly donated by our site sponsors.
    http://coffeesnobs.com.au/YaBB.pl?num=1205271097

    Have a great coffee month!


    Regards,

    Andy.


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    Re: GREEN BeanBay - 16th April 2008

    OK guys, do we have any takers on giving us amateurs and brief desciption of roughly what we might expect in flavour out of the beans on offer. :-?

    Ill start on the ones I know.
    African Red Drinking Chocolate - Dark rich and loads of chocolate cocoa characteristics to this one. Great in milky drinks such as mochas, chocolate flate whites and because this has got loads of chocolate notes to this you will think it was a hot chocolate. ;D

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    Re: GREEN BeanBay - 16th April 2008

    Hi people,

    Yeah I need some advice on which of these are dry or wet processed please if anyone knows. Having recently become the co-buyer of a Gene Cafe (from Coffee Barun, thanks mark) am now eager to increase the frequency (and quality) of roasting and prefer dry processed as i dont blend and i like the extra crema produced from the drys.

    Thanks


    --and hey cool, African Red. Hope not to miss out again as i was too slow last time, bummer. Gotta be quick around here. i did vote in the poll, does that guarantee i get what i voted for then :-). x fingers.

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    Re: GREEN BeanBay - 16th April 2008

    Yeah,..African Red again whoooot! I ran out of the last 1kg pkt about a week ago and the kids are hanging out for the good stuff again. I think I only got one hot choc and one mocha out of it for myself last lot tho. Great thing about this choc is that the kids know its top shelf stuff,.. and they dont touch it themselves,..its kept in my coffee cupboard and they know they only get it when I make it in the mornings ;D . Just an understanding I think,.. I never had to tell them to leave it alone :) .

    Thanks for the cupping notes on the African Red Goodies. I had a laugh

    Ill be ready and waiting to put in an order this month (wont be picking up daughter this time , yay!!),.and have a lot of pressure riding on this,.....I dont think I could stand the noisy chorus of whining if I missed out on the choc for a whole month.

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    Re: GREEN BeanBay - 16th April 2008

    I might have to grab some Brazilian this time and some more Png

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    Re: GREEN BeanBay - 16th April 2008

    Quote Originally Posted by The Goodies link=1208238575/0#1 date=1208249345
    OK guys, *do we have any takers on giving us amateurs a brief desciption of roughly what we might expect in flavour out of the beans on offer. * *:-?
    Only on the PNG ... Wahgi approximates Kimel (in climatic surrounds & geography).

    I believe Wahgi is a high altitude river flowing through the Eastern Highland plateaus? :-?

    In the cup, maybe like a tamed Sumatran/Sulawesi ... earthy dark choc, but with a sweet mellowing feel on the palate.

    With milk ... why bother?

    On paper, a great SO *;)

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    Re: GREEN BeanBay - 16th April 2008

    Sorry, Newbie question.

    is it possible to get these green beans roasted by beanbay before being sent, or do you only send them green....just a bit nervous about stuffing up the roasting process....

    Also another newbie question. These beans arent on the Buy Green part of the site (only the starter pack). How do you order it?

    cheers

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    Re: GREEN BeanBay - 16th April 2008

    Quote Originally Posted by powelly link=1208238575/0#6 date=1208338295
    is it possible to get these green beans roasted by beanbay before being sent, or do you only send them green....just a bit nervous about stuffing up the roasting process....

    Also another newbie question. These beans arent on the Buy Green part of the site (only the starter pack). How do you order it?

    cheers
    powelly,

    Yep, you can have pre roasted beans- its called Brown Bay!!! (but wont be exactly the same varieties or price - roasting beans is time consuming, requiring expertise and is therefore expensive!!) There is a reason why its called Green Bay - you buy them green and roast them yourself.

    Brown Bay is available for purchasing all the time also.

    The beans appear only on Green Bay exactly at the advertised time - not before.

    Good luck with your purchases.

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    Re: GREEN BeanBay - 16th April 2008

    Under orders from the "war office" Ive got to sit this one out!!!

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    Re: GREEN BeanBay - 16th April 2008

    Quote Originally Posted by greenman link=1208238575/0#8 date=1208339287
    Under orders from the "war office" Ive got to sit this one out!!!

    Not me...... so I wont see you at Epic this time ::)

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    Re: GREEN BeanBay - 16th April 2008

    I will try and call in anyhow, Im out of action with a shoulder injury so havent been working. Plenty of time to browse CS and other coffee-related sites.

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    Re: GREEN BeanBay - 16th April 2008


    Yeah, you should call into Epic anyway greenman, Im sure you can still chug a couple with the good arm.
    ;)


    Hi ya powelly,
    as JavaB said, the beans that will appear in in BeanBay Green once a month are for home roasters and are sold in bulk 2.5kg lots.

    Some of these beans do appear in BeanBay Brown but not tonight. The roasted beans chop and change over time so that we have a bit of variety and they are available anytime and roasted to order. Out of this lot I have purchased a bag of the PNG Wahgi AA and a bag of the Tanzania Tanganyika AA to go to the Snobbery so both those coffees should be available soon (at nearly 3 times the price roasted).


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    Re: GREEN BeanBay - 16th April 2008

    Done and dusted... and paid!

    Thanks again Andy.

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    Re: GREEN BeanBay - 16th April 2008

    Please dont think all that chocolate was for me Andy - Hazchem is to blame too! I had a laugh

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    Re: GREEN BeanBay - 16th April 2008

    A likely story Dennis :P

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    Re: GREEN BeanBay - 16th April 2008

    ran in, shoved, pushed, grabbed, ran out, paid, big belly larf. mmmm chocolaaaate :-* :-*

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    Re: GREEN BeanBay - 16th April 2008

    In and Out like a bandit... except I guess bandits dont normally transfer money via PayPal ;)

    Andy... youre an EVIL man :D
    I have to go now, before my buying spree properly sinks in....

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    Re: GREEN BeanBay - 16th April 2008

    Ah tis nice to have the email warning working again - note to self even if no longer with the provider if the email still works dont mess with it. Plenty there and plenty coming my way too - better reinforce the cupboard shelf I guess.

    Big thanks to Andy tha Man.

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    Re: GREEN BeanBay - 16th April 2008

    Popped in for a look and was suprised by the speed of sales.
    Checked my PC clock.
    Reset it +5 minutes. :-[

    Sitting this one out but was tempted by the spiced chocolate after last months reviews.
    Besides I still havent picked up last months choccie yet.

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    Re: GREEN BeanBay - 16th April 2008

    Another 10kgs to my collection, now where to hide this lot .

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    Re: GREEN BeanBay - 16th April 2008

    I am so glad that you got the Zimbabwe beans! been after some of those for a long time.

    I must admit I placed my first order than took a second look at what is left, ever so tempting to make another purchase ;)

    Happy Sipping All.

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    Re: GREEN BeanBay - 16th April 2008

    putting shiny things at eye level for the impulse buyers, sneaky but it worked! ;)

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    Re: GREEN BeanBay - 16th April 2008

    Hey guys

    My first beanbay...and a question about it...Ive just ordered/bought/paid for some beans and then the Tanzania Tanganyika AA caught my eye. If I order it now, does anyone know if I can bundle it with the rest of my order or do i have to pay for double postage??

    Thanks
    -S

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    Re: GREEN BeanBay - 16th April 2008

    Awesome BeanBay Andy!

    Also scored another assorted 10kg, even though I was only aiming for the Brazilian.

    Always so many good beans on offer.

    Thanks, Al.

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    Re: GREEN BeanBay - 16th April 2008

    Quote Originally Posted by Andy Freeman link=1208238575/0#0 date=1208238575


    What?
    Tanzania Tanganyika AA - $9.50/kg*
    El Salvador Mirasol Estate - $9.00/kg*
    PNG Wahgi AA - $11.00/kg*
    Zimbabwe Pezuru Estate AA - $9.00/kg*
    Brazil Ipanema Reserva Especial - $8.00/kg
    Tea - Yunnan Dayeh Black
    Chocolate – African Red Drinking Chocolate.

    Where?
    http://beanbay.coffeesnobs.com.au
    Just placed my order. this is just a question because I am as green at this as the beans are. ;D

    I got there about a minute early, the bean bay was empty. I then refreshed the page and there they were. :P Except the very first thin I noticed was:

    Ethiopian Limmu - Sold out! I couldnt understand how that was possible, but I now see that it wasnt even on the list. :-? Some of the others were quickly disappearing, but I couldnt understand the first bit. As Pauline would say, please explain?


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    Re: GREEN BeanBay - 16th April 2008

    Im addicted you know!

    bought, and paid for...

    Thank You Andy

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    Re: GREEN BeanBay - 16th April 2008

    Thanks Andy - all paid up matey.
    Cheers again

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    Re: GREEN BeanBay - 16th April 2008

    Alright its a disease. I bought more greens.... and some choccy.


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    Re: GREEN BeanBay - 16th April 2008

    Have got a few beanbays under my belt now, yet still cant help being impressed by how quick and smooth the whole process is. Thanks!

    Also amazed at how quickly the Limmu was snatched up. I was tempted to try some, but due to it being gone I went for Tanganyika instead ... all part of the coffee adventure I suppose.

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    Re: GREEN BeanBay - 16th April 2008

    Quote Originally Posted by Judy link=1208238575/15#24 date=1208344862

    I got there about a minute early, the bean bay was empty. *I then refreshed the page and there they were. *:P *Except the very first thin I noticed was:

    Ethiopian Limmu - Sold out! *I couldnt understand how that was possible, but I now see that it wasnt even on the list. *:-? *Some of the others were quickly disappearing, but I couldnt understand the first bit. *As Pauline would say, please explain?
    Hi Judy,. it depends on how much Ethiopian Limmu there was to start with,.. there may only have been 5kg on offer and snapped up by the first buyer for example.

    I watched the clock and refreshed exactly at 2100hrs (and I could bet heaps of CSrs would be doing the same) and there was already some chocolate missing from the haul,..though lots still left and I was able to dive in there,.roll around in it *::)and grab a few bags :). * Ya gotta be quick. ;D

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    Re: GREEN BeanBay - 16th April 2008

    Thanks Andy.
    Great Bean Bay yet again. It is the quick and the dead for purchasing some beans. Couldnt resist buying more decaff and some Brazil for blending. Everything went as smooth as a great espresso.
    Enjoy the chocolate Remy and other C.Ss. Makes a great chocloate sauce over banana splits.
    Herbie.

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    Re: GREEN BeanBay - 16th April 2008

    Judy sometimes there are small amounts left from previous beanbays and they can go very quick. There was some Limmu when I looked but it went in a flash.

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    Re: GREEN BeanBay - 16th April 2008

    Quote Originally Posted by Thundergod link=1208238575/15#18 date=1208344375
    SNIP:
    Besides I still havent picked up last months choccie yet.
    Huh? *Choccie? *What choccie? ;D



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    Re: GREEN BeanBay - 16th April 2008

    Ethiopian Limmu - Sold out! I couldnt understand how that was possible, but I now see that it wasnt even on the list
    Judy I looked at the Limmu and there was 10kgs maybe you just missed out.

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    Re: GREEN BeanBay - 16th April 2008

    Quote Originally Posted by Sanch link=1208238575/15#22 date=1208344758
    Hey guys

    My first beanbay...and a question about it...Ive just ordered/bought/paid for some beans and then the Tanzania Tanganyika AA caught my eye. *If I order it now, does anyone know if I can bundle it with the rest of my order or do i have to pay for double postage??

    Thanks
    -S
    Hi Sanch,
    we try and avoid anyone paying more for postage than they should and when everything is ordered together the system works out the best options.

    ...but I noticed you are getting yours from CoffeeParts, so its all $1 per kilo (or pert kilo) freight so even if you add a new order the freight will workout the same.



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    Re: GREEN BeanBay - 16th April 2008

    Aceh ...

    my finger got twitching when I saw 30+kgs on offer, but I stuffed the amount I actually wanted when seeing it vanish quite quickly ... got 2.5, so itll be relegated to the reserve stock ;)


    Made up for it with PNG ... heard good things about this high alt grown remote bean. :)

    Tony

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    Hi Judy,
    the other CSrs are on the ball, the Limmu was from last month (unpaid orders etc) and there was only 10kg. A lot of the others were also small lots which is why they are not on the email that gets sent out... else we would have a riot.

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    Re: GREEN BeanBay - 16th April 2008

    Thanks Andy.

    Sorry for stuffing the routine up! I didnt realise things would disappear so fast so i finalised my order before thinking enough.

    Ive also just had a look on my my previous orders and it says that "Also, a donation of $4.25 is pending payment of your order"; am i supposed to add that onto the emailed invoice amount of $ or am i supposed to pay the invoiced amount (which is what i did).

    Im a bit confused :(

    Cheers
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    Re: GREEN BeanBay - 16th April 2008

    Quote Originally Posted by herbie link=1208238575/30#30 date=1208345591
    Enjoy the chocolate Remy and other C.Ss. Makes a great chocloate sauce over banana splits.
    Herbie.
    OOoh African Red Chocolate sauce over banana splits *thud*. Mmm mmm that would be so awesome!!... Do you caramelise the bananas Herbie?,..like in a pan with a little butter till they go all caramelly(oh a new word for wikapedia).

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    Re: GREEN BeanBay - 16th April 2008


    Ummm...
    No just pay the invoice amount. The $4.25 is the Faircrack donation amount of the total that will go to the fund when your payment clears.

    Clear as mud?

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    Re: GREEN BeanBay - 16th April 2008

    Riiiiiight, I read that as meaning the order was pending awaiting payment of the faircrack amount. Clear as clear now.
    Thanks mate

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sanch link=1208238575/30#37 date=1208346060
    Thanks Andy.

    Sorry for stuffing the routine up! *I didnt realise things would disappear so fast so i finalised my order before thinking enough. *

    Ive also just had a look on my my previous orders and it says that "Also, a donation of $4.25 is pending payment of your order"; am i supposed to add that onto the emailed invoice amount of $ or am i supposed to pay the invoiced amount (which is what i did).

    Im a bit confused :(

    Cheers
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    no Sanch, its an inclusive part of your purchase, which Andy designates to FairCrack - its not an additional payment.

    If your previous orders are saying payment is pending, then ... well ... payment is pending! ;D

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    Re: GREEN BeanBay - 16th April 2008

    Quote Originally Posted by Andy Freeman link=1208238575/30#39 date=1208346359
    Ummm...
    No just pay the invoice amount. *The $4.25 is the Faircrack donation amount of the total that will go to the fund when your payment clears.

    Clear as mud?
    not bloody quick enough ;)

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    Re: GREEN BeanBay - 16th April 2008

    Yep i thought it was an inclusive part of the purchase but the wording confused me.

    GoD; What the "payment is pending" part meant wasnt that an old order was pending but that once my payment clears for this beanbay (ive already put it through the internet banking) then the $4.25 would be donated to Faircrack.

    Now all I gotta do is wait to pick em up and have a crack at roasting them!

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    Re: GREEN BeanBay - 16th April 2008

    Andy,.. a little weird thing happened during my fun in the bay,. *After [s]rolling around in [/s]putting 3kg of the African Red Chocolate in my basket, I ran straight to the checkout and paid for them. I came back in the bay of green to see how fast things were going and noticed under the African Red Chocolate it still said that I had 3kg in my basket. *I refreshed the page, thinking I just had an old page but it remained after refreshing. Refreshed a few more times and it stayed there. So I took note how many kg of choc were left then went in and deleted the 3kg from my basket and saw that the total on choc left went up by my amount. dooodoo doodoo doodoo ddooodoo

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    Re: GREEN BeanBay - 16th April 2008

    Quote Originally Posted by martybean link=1208238575/30#33 date=1208345729
    Ethiopian Limmu - Sold out! I couldnt understand how that was possible, but I now see that it wasnt even on the list
    Judy I looked at the Limmu and there was 10kgs maybe you just missed out.
    My computer clock must be out by a few seconds. ::) Weird, as I said, I opened the page, it was empty, waited a second for the clock to show 21.00 and refreshed the page. Obviously, I shouldnt have waited that second. :(

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    Judy,
    there was more than 200 kilos of the Limmu on offer for a week over Easter. This was just a dribble.

    Remy,
    I can only guess you had a double order in your basket or similar?!?!? I can see your "real" order in the system ok so it went through.
    Go figure!


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    Re: GREEN BeanBay - 16th April 2008

    I just bought a Multimeter, to be used with my soon to happen Corretto. :D

    I thought I should have a better look (as if I knew what Im looking at ::)) and went to the link provided http://www.jaycar.com.au/productView.asp?ID=QM1538 It says: "Sorry, no records returned for your query. Please note; not all products are available in certain countries. Please try again." I gather it has been superseded, but have no idea which one of their current stock is similar. Can someone point me to one, please?

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    Re: GREEN BeanBay - 16th April 2008

    Judy,

    They were on sale a short time ago at Jaycar for half price (I assume clearing out the last of their stock)...

    A quick scan of their catalogue indicates no similar multimeter (with rs232 computer output) although there are several which take temperature probes - but only display the results and therefore you cant use them with the CoffeeSnobs roast monitor. :( :(

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    Re: GREEN BeanBay - 16th April 2008

    Well, after a few months determined effort to get my stash down a little, I decided this month to get a very little coffee and some of the chocolate. Except that I was totaly engrossed in Underbelly, and forgot.....

    Mad dash to the computer at 9.20 - only 2 kg of the spiced chocolate left, grabbed one of them, 1 kg of standard chocolate and some PNG. Waited until the next commercial and paid for it all. So Im happy. :D



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