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    CoffeeSnobs GREEN BeanBay - 20th Aug

    Gene Cafe Coffee Roaster $850 - Free Beans Free Freight
    (this is being emailed to everyone right now, if you didnt get a copy then check your email address under the [Profile] button above)

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    The green beans for home roasters will appear in BeanBay this Wednesday 20th August at the following times:

    9:00pm QLD, NSW, VIC, TAS
    8:30pm SA, NT
    7:00pm WA
    11:00pm NZ


    http://beanbay.coffeesnobs.com.au

    Democratic Republic of the Congo - Matadi
    The Congo is another African gem. This particular Matadi coffee is produces a slightly earthy, light to mid bodied espresso with an acidic zing similar to its Kenyan cousins but without their price tag. I can appreciate it as a single origin but prefer it blended with a body bean like the Indian or the Peru we have this month. A great bean to experiment with at $8.50/kg*

    Ethiopian Gambella Sundried
    Similar to the Gambella Naturals of last season the sundried Gambella is still very ugly, it roasts with a lot of chaff but it does have a cleaner physical appearance. Taken deep into the CS roast card you will get rich bodied espresso that oozes from the group handle like only a wild East African can. $8.00/kg*

    Indian Tiger Mountain A
    It has been a while since we have had a Tiger Mountain in BeanBay as there have been other A grade Indian beans that have pushed their way in. This lot was cleared by AQIS just over a week ago and the first thing we noticed was that the great looking bag has gone (which makes me wonder if Richmond Football Club caught up with them!). The good news is that the well graded, clean even roasting bean remains the same. Roast to CS9 to bring out the smooth and viscous body of this one. $8.50/kg*

    Papua New Guinea Wahgi AA
    After the initial cloud of aroma off the grinder, this large well graded bean produces a very sweet, narrow mid/front palate espresso with excellent body at CS9 or roast it to CS8 for a brighter and more acidic style shot. $11.00/kg*

    Peru Organic Grace Villa Estate
    Certified organic at origin and from where I think is the most consistent quality estate in Peru. This coffee produces a great low acid, big bodied shot that has a following as a single origin as well as an excellent base bean for a blend. $9.00/kg*

    Sulawesi Rante Kapua Torajah
    This is the same grade, amazing Sulawesi coffee that has developed such a fond following in the roasted area of BeanBay. We sample roasted nearly a dozen different 1st grade Torajah coffees before we found this stunner. Strong bitter sweet dark chocolate flavours with a very good body. Excellent as an espresso and works really well in milk based drinks with a longer roast time and slightly darker roast depth. $10.50/kg*

    We will also have in the [Cocoa/Tea] section of BeanBay:

    Sencha green tea (500g lots)
    Cote dIvoire Red African Cocoa blend (500g lots)


    * The above beans include a $0.50/kg Faircrack donation. All above are sold in multiples of 2.5kg packed in natural cotton bags at no extra charge. All the above are green beans for home roasters. Some of these are or will be available in the roasted area of BeanBay for those that donít home roast. Photos of the actual beans on offer will appear in BeanBay at the above date and time. If I made an oops anywhere Im sorry and will try to avoid it next time. I really dislike having to type the obvious disclaimer type messages so this might be the very last one that you ever see or maybe it will continue to grow longer and longer as the membership tells me that I forgot to say something in the once a month email.

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    Have a great coffee month!

    Andy.

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    Re: CoffeeSnobs GREEN BeanBay - 20th Aug

    Andy, youre cruel -- I want some of everything! ;D

    Roast etc notes with the list -- brilliant idea btw [smiley=tekst-toppie.gif]

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    Re: CoffeeSnobs GREEN BeanBay - 20th Aug

    I agree Simone, I too want a number of different beans.

    Feel like a kid in a lolly shop ;D

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    Re: CoffeeSnobs GREEN BeanBay - 20th Aug

    I had a laugh...and I thought my pay this month should go to pay off credit card. Hmmm

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    Re: CoffeeSnobs GREEN BeanBay - 20th Aug

    Hi,

    Just wondering if the Cote dIvoire Red African Cocoa.

    Is the one with added sugar and other stuff or the straight cocoa?

    Thanks,
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    Re: CoffeeSnobs GREEN BeanBay - 20th Aug

    Excellent line-up, Andy.

    The question is not what to get, but what not to get. :o

    (There goes hopes of getting my credit card under control too. ;D Oh well, cant pass this lot up.)

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    Paul,

    Its the straight cocoa. Add sugar to taste.

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    Re: CoffeeSnobs GREEN BeanBay - 20th Aug

    A great and varied line up this month Andy...and Im sure the accompanying notes are appreciated!

    8-)

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    Re: CoffeeSnobs GREEN BeanBay - 20th Aug

    Quote Originally Posted by Dennis link=1219074651/0#7 date=1219106268
    A great and varied line up this month Andy...and Im sure the accompanying notes are appreciated!

    8-)
    Yes they are. Thanks Andy. [smiley=dankk2.gif]

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    Re: CoffeeSnobs GREEN BeanBay - 20th Aug

    Yes the notes are an excellent idea Andy - thanks.

    Despite having topped up my Kimel reserves yesterday Im sorely tempted to try one or two of those.

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    Re: CoffeeSnobs GREEN BeanBay - 20th Aug

    Hi all,

    time to try some green [smiley=evil.gif] Question for Andy or one of you in the know. If I order a starter pack from what I understand I cant order other items from Green or Brown such as bags, cocoa card etc.?

    I am sure this question has been answered in the past but I couldnt find it. Might need to order a few big bags otherwise with some extra goodies ::)

    New dog bowl, Ryobi and spoon waiting and ready :)

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    Re: CoffeeSnobs GREEN BeanBay - 20th Aug


    The jury (well my jury!) is still out on posting the note prior to the BeanBay. These are the same descriptions that are appear in the actual BeanBay which traditionaly I saved for the night in the hope that it would slow the mad rush while people read the notes.
    Well... the idea was there!
    :)

    We will try running with early notes for a while and see what the impact is. I expect the biggest impact with be the amount of time people spend at work on that green and gold web site
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    If I order a starter pack from what I understand I cant order other items from Green or Brown such as bags, cocoa card etc.?
    Its not a simple as a yes / no. The starter packs are sent from a different location to everything else so that is why you cannot order a member card with a starter (as it states in BeanBay).

    However if you order a pile of "stuff" together including the starter it will all ship together and the freight will be calculated as one lot.


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    Re: CoffeeSnobs GREEN BeanBay - 20th Aug

    So now I am really confused *:o Hang the expense I will order a couple of different 2.5kgs, a Brown Starter pack and the other goodies. Providing I dont burn it to a crisp I know where it will all finish up me *[smiley=2vrolijk_08.gif] off walls *;D

    Any recommendations on easier to roast beans from this current lot for a beginner. 2 Requirements Plunger/Syphon and Espresso. Tiger mountain looks good for one of them.

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    Re: CoffeeSnobs GREEN BeanBay - 20th Aug

    Hi, im about to roast for the first time.

    Any suggestions on what beans to try? Something forgiving and easy to roast.

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    Re: CoffeeSnobs GREEN BeanBay - 20th Aug

    For a first time roaster the Peru Grace is a winner. It works across a wide range of roast levels and has loud cracks.
    Then again the PNG and the Indian tiger mountain arent too tricky either.

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    Re: CoffeeSnobs GREEN BeanBay - 20th Aug

    See wishing well does work Ill be up for some Peru Grace Estate. Now if Brett ( Fatboy) can hand out some more cheese at pick up, Ill be able to get the missus to pick it up again.
    Im only guessing it was Brett from my wifes discription, so please forgive me if Im wrong.

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    Re: CoffeeSnobs GREEN BeanBay - 20th Aug

    Yes. It was.

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    Re: CoffeeSnobs GREEN BeanBay - 20th Aug

    Soo...is there plenty of stock this time or will it be another frenzy feeding? hmm? hmm? :)

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    Re: CoffeeSnobs GREEN BeanBay - 20th Aug

    A great selection again Andy. It will be hard to resist and Im running out of storage space. Big dilemma.
    Thanks for the notes too Andy. Really great, and appreciate having them before BeanBay.

    Cheers,
    Alan

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    Re: CoffeeSnobs GREEN BeanBay - 20th Aug

    So many beans so little storage space :(. May have to buy a shed 8-).

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    Re: CoffeeSnobs GREEN BeanBay - 20th Aug

    A question regarding the Indian Tiger Mountain A. The only Indian coffee beans Ive had so far are Monsoon Malabar, and they are my favourite. Is the Tiger Mountain similar ? The description says "smooth and viscous" which the Monsoon Malabar certainly was (just finished the last batch I had).

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    Re: CoffeeSnobs GREEN BeanBay - 20th Aug

    Indian Tiger Mountain is really nothing like the Monsooned Malabar.
    Monsooned beans are purposely exposed to the elements.
    They take on a light brown appearance, expand in size (moisture gets absorbed) and they often have a unique look to them.
    They are quite a different kind of bean.
    Indian Tiger Mountain is an arabica bean from what I think is a co-op kind of area. It is one of my personal favourites, but its not really similar to malabar in taste or look (in my opinion anyway).

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    Re: CoffeeSnobs GREEN BeanBay - 20th Aug

    Quote Originally Posted by rudy link=1219074651/0#17 date=1219140461
    Soo...is there plenty of stock this time or will it be another frenzy feeding? hmm? hmm? :)
    The amount available is the perfect amount, its the buyers that are the unknown variable!

    If you miss out on something you wanted Im sure there will be something else great available that you will enjoy too. *Dont get too hung-up on one bean and you wont be disappointed.

    8-)

    A question regarding the Indian Tiger Mountain A. The only Indian coffee beans Ive had so far are Monsoon Malabar, and they are my favourite. Is the Tiger Mountain similar ? The description says "smooth and viscous" which the Monsoon Malabar certainly was (just finished the last batch I had).

    Nothing on the planet is like monsooned coffee unless its other monsooned coffee.
    ;)

    It really depends why the monsooned is your favourite coffee, if its low acid and good body then...

    The Tiger is a clean well graded bean that is easy to roast and produces a smooth viscous low acid espresso, the Peru Grace is very similar in style. *These two would be the closest to the monsoon process but understand that every bean is different, which is the fun part of being a CoffeeSnob!

    :)


    edit --
    (oops, sorry for the double-up Fatboy... I type slow!)

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    The size of the tiger mountain county co-op is massive, meaning the end result is a cross section/bending of many houndreds of individual farms. In recent years ive found the tiger mountain to yield very inconsistant bags of coffee but the latest batches seem to be okay.

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    Re: CoffeeSnobs GREEN BeanBay - 20th Aug

    Quote Originally Posted by psaigh link=1219074651/20#23 date=1219157296
    The size of the tiger mountain county co-op is massive, meaning the end result is *a cross section/bending of many houndreds of individual farms. *In recent years ive found the tiger mountain to yield very inconsistant bags of coffee but the latest batches seem to be okay.
    Which is why we didnt have the Tiger for a long while. When you say latest batches what do you mean?

    This one was still on a boat 2 weeks ago and CS is the first buyer!
    8-)

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    Re: CoffeeSnobs GREEN BeanBay - 20th Aug

    Thanks Andy, I too appreciate the notes on the beans in advance.

    I dont really need any more beans just yet, but naturally I want to try more varieties. If Im going to be led into temptation to buy more beans (how could I not?), Id rather have time to read about and digest what Im being tempted to buy, rather than buy them in a rush.

    If I can convince myself the purchases were carefully considered, not rushed, it might ease my conscience about the clothes cupboard being taken over by bean sacks!

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    Hi Oily

    Just repeat after me "the coffee beans in the clothes cupboard act as an insect repellant" ....

    After a few times youll be able to rattle that off with an air of expertise and authority which will ease your conscience.

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    Re: CoffeeSnobs GREEN BeanBay - 20th Aug

    Great selection Andy, love the notes, they make choosing a lot easier!!

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    Re: CoffeeSnobs GREEN BeanBay - 20th Aug

    Those looking for a beginners bean, either the Ethiopian which is a fantastic bean to roast or the PNG.

    Both of these I highly recommend for a starter bean.

    Brett, thanks again for the cheese, it was fabulous with some biccies and a cup of Mexican to wash it down with.

    -Linda

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    Re: CoffeeSnobs GREEN BeanBay - 20th Aug

    There just might be some more cheese this time around.
    Assuming I buy something in beanbay and Im at the pickup.



    Oh my sides!

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    Re: CoffeeSnobs GREEN BeanBay - 20th Aug

    Quote Originally Posted by Maccas_chicka link=1219074651/20#28 date=1219210063
    Those looking for a beginners bean, either the Ethiopian which is a fantastic bean to roast or the PNG.

    Both of these I highly recommend for a starter bean.

    -Linda
    ..as well as the Peru - very even roasting and LOUD cracks, no mistaking when you hit FC and SC.

    (BTW Linda - love your avatar. The Unico Splendor has to be (IMVHO) the most beautiful looking machine around and I get a thrill whenever I see that pic. Also, whats a "Luigi" MM?)

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    Re: CoffeeSnobs GREEN BeanBay - 20th Aug

    I have to agree re the splendor though I am biased one has sat on my bench now for heading towards 4 years. As for the Luigi if you look at the specs placard on a Mazzer you will find they say Mazzer Luigi SRL on them.

    HTH

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    Re: CoffeeSnobs GREEN BeanBay - 20th Aug

    Aite, there seems to be a consensus that the Peruvian bean is easy on beginners. Will order em tonight.

    Thanks for the feedback.

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    Re: CoffeeSnobs GREEN BeanBay - 20th Aug

    Quote Originally Posted by ezralimm link=1219074651/20#32 date=1219217989
    Aite, there seems to be a consensus that the Peruvian bean is easy on beginners. Will order em tonight.

    Thanks for the feedback.
    The PNG and India Tiger Mountain are not especially difficult either "ezra" and also make wonderful brews.... 8-)

    Mal.

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    Re: CoffeeSnobs GREEN BeanBay - 20th Aug

    Quote Originally Posted by Cruiserman link=1219074651/20#31 date=1219216367
    I have to agree re the splendor though I am biased one has sat on my bench now for heading towards 4 years. As for the Luigi if you look at the specs placard on a Mazzer you will find they say Mazzer Luigi SRL on them.

    HTH
    Thanks Cruiserman, understood. But are all MMs Luigi? Or are do the different variations have different names?

    Oh, and (just to keep it on topic) really looking forward to tonights bean bay. ::)

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    Re: CoffeeSnobs GREEN BeanBay - 20th Aug

    hey everyone, what is the process for the beanbay ?

    from what i understand it looks like you add what you want to the basket and then we are emailed an invoice and then have the option of paying credit card via paypal or bank transfer ?

    i need a heads-up, i heard it gets rough in there, just go easy on me ok ;D
    might have to get the pregnant woman outfit on so i dont get knocked over in the rush ;)

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    Re: CoffeeSnobs GREEN BeanBay - 20th Aug

    thanks everyone for the additional info regarding the Indian Tiger Mountain and comparison to the Monsooned Malabar. Yes, it is the low acidity that I appreciate in a bean and in the Malabar in particular. Im still well stocked up with Yirg but I might give the Tiger Mountain a try.

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    Re: CoffeeSnobs GREEN BeanBay - 20th Aug

    Be quick Darren the popular beans go in a flash. Its a real adrenalin rush trying to get your chosen beans before they are snapped up!!!

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    Re: CoffeeSnobs GREEN BeanBay - 20th Aug

    Oh Carp (and crap), BeanBay time and yesterday I used up the last of my monthly ADSL quota before it rolls over to the next month tomorrow ::)

    Now throttled and on dialup speed.........that will be more interesting than usual then.
    Maybe attach 2 mice to the computer and press buttons like a crazy man and see what happens ;)

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    Re: CoffeeSnobs GREEN BeanBay - 20th Aug

    Im just hoping to get some grace estate and sulawesi. some tiger mountain or png would go astray either. Id also love to try the ethiopian. Need somma that chocolate too. Hmm...may as well complete the collection with some of that matadi I had a laugh. If I keep up with this every month Ill probably end up resorting to buy a diedrich and a roasting business to get through them all I had a laugh.

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    Re: CoffeeSnobs GREEN BeanBay - 20th Aug

    Ha ha Sam - [s]un[/s]fortunately that doesnt stop the coffee buying bug...even you might not like the math involved! ;D

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    Re: CoffeeSnobs GREEN BeanBay - 20th Aug


    And the winner is javabeen.
    9:01

    :)

    (just in front of 12 other SPEED SHOPPERS who also managed to finish by 9:01)


    :o

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    Re: CoffeeSnobs GREEN BeanBay - 20th Aug

    wow - that was fast - slow but smooth. Got my Indian Tiger and the Sulawesi. STOKED

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    Re: CoffeeSnobs GREEN BeanBay - 20th Aug

    Thanks Andy all done and settled, looking foward to some great new cups. :)

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    Re: CoffeeSnobs GREEN BeanBay - 20th Aug

    I am with you Ben. Indian Tiger and Sulawesi.

    Has been a while since I bought some greens so glad I got in quick.

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    Thank you to Bigpond for the lightning fast cable connection. Couldnt believe how smooth it all went. Resisted the splurge and got only what I needed, thanks Andy.

    Folks, you gotta get some of the Gambella beans if you like the Yemen/choccy type beans. They really are that good.

    Javabeen.

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    Re: CoffeeSnobs GREEN BeanBay - 20th Aug

    Oh my god... im late. Nuts.

    9.07

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    Re: CoffeeSnobs GREEN BeanBay - 20th Aug

    OMG... Sold out in 3 minutes.

    Surely that would indicate the need for a few more beans to be available!!

    Sucks to be me (logged in at 9:04)

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    Re: CoffeeSnobs GREEN BeanBay - 20th Aug

    My Gawd. Didnt that sell fast!
    Got my 3 x 2.5kgs (just), and paid already too. Thanks heaps!

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    Re: CoffeeSnobs GREEN BeanBay - 20th Aug

    A few stutters and re-sets on ozemail, but got through ok.

    It all went very quick again. Only some Congo left now.

    Thanks, Andy. Will leave you and your good wife (and the kids and pets) to all the bagging, labeling, marking off, mailing, etc...



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