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    BeanBay GREEN sale - TUES 18th Nov 2008

    Gene Cafe Coffee Roaster $850 - Free Beans Free Freight
    Monthly BeanBay GREEN bean sale.

    This is the last BeanBay for 2008, the next will be January 2009

    When: *
    TUESDAY 18th NOVEMBER 2008

    21:00 *ACT, NSW, VIC, TAS
    20:00 QLD
    20:30 SA
    19:30 NT
    19:00 WA <--- corrected time!

    GREEN BEANS

    Sumatra Blue Lintong $9.00/kg*
    Wet hulled, well processed and nearly translucent in appearance as a green bean. *When roasted, think BIG. *Huge body with bold over the top flavours. *If you like delicate mild coffees then this one is certainly not for you. Great as a single origin or use it to add "cricket bat" punch to one of your blends.

    El Salvador El Boqueron co op $8.50/kg*
    Located in the shadows of the San Salvador volcano and this high altitude produces a small dense bean. *It roasts really well and in the cup as an espresso you find a sweet mid bodied coffee with a sharp clean bite. *A great example of how good El Salvador coffees can be.

    Brazil Bourbon Bold $8.00/kg*
    Traditional processed, sun dried naturals from Brazil give far more body, sweetness and interest to me than many of the over washed mild coffees that we sample and this one didnít disappoint, large bold bean, nice grading and a strong mid body as an espresso. *Great value at $7.50 + FairCrack per kilo.

    Ethiopia Sidamo Guji $8.50/kg*
    Ethiopia Sidamo Guji roasts unevenly at an average CS9 depth but produces a really good single origin coffee with mid body and long lingering rich mid palate aftertaste if you pick the lightly roasted beans out of the finished roast. *Great earth and berry double shot in the East African Harrar style.

    Guatemala Huehuetenango $8.50/kg*
    The high altitude at origin produces this Strictly Hard Bean (SHB). *In the espresso cup at a CS8 you find a mid bodied rounded balance of sweet fruit flavours and enough acid to give a sharp finish or you can roast it to CS9 to mellow the citric bite. Great coffee and easy to roast.

    Uganda Busamaga $9.00/kg*
    Certified organic at origin by Ceres and graded to only include the largest AA bean size. *Another big bold eastern african bean that produces enough body to stand a spoon up. *Rich cocoa flavours at CS10. *Works well as a single origin or add it to thinner bodied base bean for a great espresso blend.

    Mexico Cofre de Perote $9.50/kg*
    Is a really well graded Mexican bean. *Roasts well and a great aroma off the grinder that adds to the anticipation of the shot. *Good mid to high body with centre front palate sweetness that lingers as an espresso and works great in milk based drinks.

    SPECIALTY TEA

    Darjeeling Kanchenjunga $18.00/500g*
    Darjeeling Kanchenjunga SFTGFOP1 (Super Fine Tippy Golden Flowery Orange Pekoe Grade 1). *High grade estate tea hails from the shadows of the Kanchenjunga mountain range.

    China Siaou Chu Pearl Tea $14.50/500g*
    Called Pearl tea due to the small handrolled pellets. *this is a soft and simple green tea with a touch of smoke in the brewed aroma. *Each of these little pellets unroll into a tea leaf so you need only half a dozen pearls per cup.

    PNG Broken Pekoe grade 1 $8.00/500g*
    This well graded black tea is grown in the Western Highlands of Papua New Guinea.

    Earl Grey blended tea. $12.00/500g*
    This famous Ceylon (Sri-Lankan) tea has an amazing bitter citrus aroma that comes from the bergamot oil that is added to the blend. *If you like Earl Grey teas then this fresh one will stun you.

    COCOA / DRINKING CHOC

    Double Dutch Pure Cocoa $20.00/500g*
    Double Dutch Pure Cocoa Extra Dark. *This deep red cocoa processed in Holland contains 24% cocoa oils, much higher it would be a liquid! *The extra dark refers to the oil content, not the colour which is a rich red when dry. *A great cocoa that produces amazing hot chocolate.


    * prices include $0.50/kg FairCrack Donation and packaging.

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    Freight options include 3kg & 5kg Australia Post Express satchels or you can use the bulk "pickup point" option.

    Below are the dates and times that we expect we can get the next next BeanBay beans bagged, tagged and freighted to the pickup points (assuming prompt payment from everyone). *

    QLD
    • Veneziano First Pour - WestEnd - on or after 29th November 2008


    NSW
    • "Hoyks" - Newcastle - on or after 29th November 2008
    • "Coffee Parts" - Pagewood - on or after 28th November 2008
    • "Dennis" - Sylvania or cuppacoffee - on or after 29th November 2008
    • "Nunu" - Carlingford - on or after 29th November 2008


    ACT
    • "Cruiserman" - Calwell - on or after 29th November 2008


    MEL
    • Veneziano - Abbotsford - Saturday 29th Nov 10:30-11:30am


    TAS
    • "ParaM" - Hobart - on or after 29th November 2008
    • "rayzurhed" - Burnie - on or after 29th November 2008


    SA
    • The Coffee Barun - Sefton Park - on or after 29th November 2008


    WA
    • Epic - Perth - Friday 2pm-3pm *on or after 29th November 2008

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    You will hear in this thread when the beans have arrived at the pickup points, please understand these dates are a best guess, the courier has the last say!

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - TUES 18th Nov 2008

    Wow, what an awesome line up... so many to choose from, so little time to decide.

    Cant wait! ;D

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - TUES 18th Nov 2008

    It might be more appropriate for me to begin a new thread, but can anyone recommend a good beginners bean to start roasting with?

    Ill be using a poppcorn popper initially so something that doesnt mind being roasted quickly.

    -ACog

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - TUES 18th Nov 2008

    Hey acog, it may be the wrong spot but someone will move us on if it is, I am no expert at roasting, I use a popcorn popper and I just brought the beans which I like the sound of. Then I just roast them buy sound and site I havent bothered with timing or temps thought I would just do it buy feel to start with, and I havent been disappointed yet!!
    Just buy some and do it.

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - TUES 18th Nov 2008


    "Just buy some and do it" is one of the best bits of advice I have seen for ages!

    ;)

    Its true too. Once you try home roasting you will wonder why you ever doubted your own ability. The results in any device are well in front of half the cafes you have ever walked into and you can roast to suit your own palate.

    Good fun, easy and plenty of support from fellow CSrs to make sure you get the best result you can.

    If I had to pick one "newbie roaster" from the list I might head to "Brazil Bourbon Bold" not becasue its an amazing coffee but it is easy to get a good result. Roasting for impact? Then try the Sumatra Blue Lintong, its the other end of the scale to the Brazil in the cup... HUGE.

    We only put good stuff up on BeanBay so what ever you pick you should...

    Enjoy!


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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - TUES 18th Nov 2008

    Quote Originally Posted by Big Steve link=1226326704/0#1 date=1226347626
    Wow, what an awesome line up... so many to choose from, so little time to decide.

    Cant wait! *;D
    Plenty of time to decide Steve.... NEXT Tuesday 18th not today!
    8-)

    I had to put these up early and get the email out because Ill be in Port Macquarie this weekend (but Ill take a notebook and wireless card to stay in touch).


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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - TUES 18th Nov 2008

    Andy, we have Daylight Saving her in the West now so that would make it 19:00!


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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - TUES 18th Nov 2008


    Thanks runfast (tis fixed now)

    One year everyone will do DST on the same day... we came close this year with TAS, NSW, SA and VIC all in line.


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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - TUES 18th Nov 2008

    Quote Originally Posted by Andy Freeman link=1226326704/0#7 date=1226374227

    One year everyone will do DST on the same day... we came close this year with TAS, NSW, SA and VIC all in line.
    One year theyll finally reintroduce it to QLD...

    Confused cows my a...s! :-?

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - TUES 18th Nov 2008

    Well here in WA....

    we will be having a vote at the end of this session on whether to retain daylight savings.... and the last pole said 70% were against it!

    So we will be going backwards - just like QLD....

    and our cows will be so happy again ::)

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - TUES 18th Nov 2008

    WA should be on Sydney time.

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - TUES 18th Nov 2008

    Oh goodness!! Darjeeling Tea!! (And beans!) One question Andy: is the Darjeeling first or second flush? (Ill buy some anyhow, but its a week out and Im just trying to imagine it!).

    /Kevin

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - TUES 18th Nov 2008

    Quote Originally Posted by fishinglizard1972 link=1226326704/0#3 date=1226358715
    * I am no expert at roasting, I use a popcorn popper and I just brought the beans which I like the sound of. *Then I just roast them buy sound and site I havent bothered with timing or temps thought I would just do it buy feel to start with, and I havent been disappointed yet!!
    Just buy some and do it.
    Never a truer word spoken fishinglizard, I am very new here , and the the experience of sampling and sharing your first home roasts is hard to beat ,and the support of all members has been a great help btw the comment about "the one " from your wife was pure gold,
    Uganda Busamaga sounds too good to miss out on , Gaz

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - TUES 18th Nov 2008

    The Darj is a first flush... and we bought double the amount we would normally buy so no need to stampede, in fact we hope to have enough to leave some in BeanBay after the sale too.


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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - TUES 18th Nov 2008

    Some left over!? I think not! You see, there are folk who are not only addicted to superb coffee, but also superb tea! ;D

    Anyway, first flush - hmmmm lots of flowery muscat overtones then?

    Hmmm... I reckon I have about 50g of Darjeeling left - maybe itll last till the end of the month!

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - TUES 18th Nov 2008


    ...and we have changed to 500g packing which should make it go further.

    Muscat? You have been dunking your fruitcake in the cuppa again!

    ;)


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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - TUES 18th Nov 2008

    Muscat? You have been dunking your fruitcake in the cuppa again!

    Have you got spy cameras in the bean bay bags again?? ::)

    Well, there is a decided "flowery"/"fruity" twang to most FF darjeeling... Muscat is not quite right, but it is the closest I can think of. Im enjoying a cuppa right now and yes, Muscatel grapes. Definitely. So there! :P

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - TUES 18th Nov 2008

    Quote Originally Posted by g00se link=1226326704/0#8 date=1226375222
    One year theyll finally reintroduce it to QLD...
    I hope not!! It should be adjusted the opposite way if anything, ie. to keep dusk at the same time. Its just not natural to be broad daylight at 9pm!

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - TUES 18th Nov 2008

    Quote Originally Posted by Bill link=1226326704/0#17 date=1226447929
    Quote Originally Posted by g00se link=1226326704/0#8 date=1226375222
    One year theyll finally reintroduce it to QLD...
    I hope not!! It should be adjusted the opposite way if anything, ie. to keep dusk at the same time. Its just not natural to be broad daylight at 9pm!
    ...bacause we all love bright light at 4 am Bill?? ;D

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - TUES 18th Nov 2008

    Quote Originally Posted by 2muchcoffeeman link=1226326704/0#18 date=1226448016
    Quote Originally Posted by Bill link=1226326704/0#17 date=1226447929
    Quote Originally Posted by g00se link=1226326704/0#8 date=1226375222
    One year theyll finally reintroduce it to QLD...
    I hope not!! It should be adjusted the opposite way if anything, ie. to keep dusk at the same time. Its just not natural to be broad daylight at 9pm!
    ...bacause we all love bright light at 4 am Bill?? *;D
    No, but with daylight savings its still too hot to get to sleep that soon after dusk. Just keep it natural rather than messing with my body clock!

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - TUES 18th Nov 2008

    Quote Originally Posted by Andy Freeman link=1226326704/0#0 date=1226326703
    Double Dutch Pure Cocoa $20.00/500g*
    Double Dutch Pure Cocoa Extra Dark. *This deep red cocoa processed in Holland contains 24% cocoa oils, much higher it would be a liquid! *The extra dark refers to the oil content, not the colour which is a rich red when dry. *A great cocoa that produces amazing hot chocolate.
    Andy,

    If this the same as the Cote dIvoire Red African Cocoa thats been in the beanbay in the past, or something different? If different, in what way is it different?


    thanks,
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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - TUES 18th Nov 2008

    I would commit to 10 kg of Sidamo, but like a kid in lolly shop now I want everything!!!

    ...and my pile is growing bigger (>60 kg within 6 months buying spree), this is not good...

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - TUES 18th Nov 2008

    Keep going Rudy.
    Im down to 115kg.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thundergod link=1226326704/20#22 date=1226450462
    Keep going Rudy.
    Im down to 115kg.
    :o 115 kg will have enough caff to destroy my kidney nine times over.

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - TUES 18th Nov 2008


    If this the same as the Cote dIvoire Red African Cocoa thats been in the beanbay in the past, or something different? If different, in what way is it different?
    Not the same, we have some more of the African Red Cocoa in BeanBay too.

    This one is different, dutch processed in the Netherlands, heavier (ie: less airborne when we pack it), 24% cocoa oils (tis 10% more than the African Red which is 22%), even brighter red in colour, richer mouthfeel and $5 per 500g more expensive!

    If Yemen and Brazil coffees "are just coffee" then both of these cocoas are the same.

    ;)


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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - TUES 18th Nov 2008

    Quote Originally Posted by Andy Freeman link=1226326704/20#24 date=1226464378
    If this the same as the Cote dIvoire Red African Cocoa thats been in the beanbay in the past, or something different? If different, in what way is it different?
    Not the same, we have some more of the African Red Cocoa in BeanBay too.

    This one is different, dutch processed in the Netherlands, heavier (ie: less airborne when we pack it), 24% cocoa oils (tis 10% more than the African Red which is 22%), even brighter red in colour, richer mouthfeel and $5 per 500g more expensive! *

    If Yemen and Brazil coffees "are just coffee" then both of these cocoas are the same.

    ;)
    Ok, Im just trying to work out what difference there is between the two. So which is the stronger in flavour? Which is the darker in colour? Is the African Red dutch processed as well or natural processed?

    thanks,
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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - TUES 18th Nov 2008

    Quote Originally Posted by Andy Freeman link=1226326704/0#0 date=1226326703
    Monthly BeanBay GREEN bean sale.


    COCOA / DRINKING CHOC

    Double Dutch Pure Cocoa $20.00/500g*
    Double Dutch Pure Cocoa Extra Dark. This deep red cocoa processed in Holland contains 24% cocoa oils, much higher it would be a liquid! The extra dark refers to the oil content, not the colour which is a rich red when dry. A great cocoa that produces amazing hot chocolate.
    Could I ask what the shelf life is of the cocoa? I am quite interested in this one, however it is starting to get a smidge warm for hot chocolate (not for coffee though!!)

    Thanks in advance

    Mark


    :)

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - TUES 18th Nov 2008

    What happened to the Ceylon Dimbula BOP? It appeared on the email I got, but its not in this posting.

    Youre just playing with our minds now, arent you Andy?

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - TUES 18th Nov 2008


    Cocoa has a 2 year odd shelf life... with 3 kids and visitors it certainly wont see that in my house.

    The Ceylon Dimbula BOP sample arrived but not the order... someone was playing with my mind too so I have scratched it this month. If it is still on the way then it should appear on the next BeanBay. I dont know more than that at the moment.

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - TUES 18th Nov 2008

    Quote Originally Posted by Andy Freeman link=1226326704/20#28 date=1226479610
    Cocoa has a 2 year odd shelf life... with 3 kids and visitors it certainly wont see that in my house.
    Thanks for the info Andy :)

    I am looking forward to my first purchaces and have a crack at my first roasting (getting some beens too).

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - TUES 18th Nov 2008

    I noticed too the green bean pricing hasnt increase, in fact is slightly cheaper. This is surprising given how $A has dropped?

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - TUES 18th Nov 2008


    Yeah, the coffee prices have dropped 30% in the same amout of time that the AU dollar has so we breakeven.

    Coffee
    http://tfc-charts.w2d.com/chart/CF/W

    US$-AU$
    http://au.finance.yahoo.com/currency/convert?amt=1&to=USD&from=AUD

    When coffee went high we got a price rise even though the dollar followed and like all these price rises they dont ever come off.

    Freight here is getting expensive though. Our Melbourne courier just added 30% to the delivery prices and the post office has has 2 price rises in the last 12 months. With any luck the better petrol prices keep pricing where it is for a while.

    ...but yes, we are doing ok on bean pricing for the moment.

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - TUES 18th Nov 2008

    Hey Andy,

    Just wondering since I am working on Saturday, 18th November so unable to pick up the beans myself, can you leave them at Veneziano so I can pick the beans up during a weekday?

    crunksta22

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - TUES 18th Nov 2008

    just like to say what a fantastic incredible generous community of people you guys are magically bringing joy and excitement into my otherwise workaholic life through your coffee - the best part of every morning is sitting down to a latte before work and knowing that you are drinking about as good a drink as the world can offer thanks to the tireless efforts of you guys.
    any ideas about politics - i think we could inspire a coffee lead recovery to the world financial crisis , we all just need to throw out the nescafe and the multinationals and supermarket chains will crumble in favour of smaller local producers and markets
    lets hope Mr Rudd doesnt declare a war on coffee , or perhaps that may be a good idea we might get some sort or public support for our caffeine addictions and get free green beans at pharmacies if we register ???

    oh well off to work to pay the mortgage enough of the fantasy

    bean bay anticipation is mucking with my mind - i apologise for any manic behaviour :o ;D >:( :( :-/

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - TUES 18th Nov 2008

    Sorry to come so late to this, but Andy can you advise if the Darjeeling tea is a first or second flush

    thanks,

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - TUES 18th Nov 2008

    Quote Originally Posted by elenore link=1226326704/20#34 date=1226955521
    Sorry to come so late to this, but Andy can you advise if the Darjeeling tea is a first or second flush

    thanks,

    Elenore
    Already answered ^^^^^^^ up yonder within the thread Elenore ;)

    Quote Originally Posted by Andy Freeman link=1226326704/0#13 date=1226400960
    The Darj is a first flush... and we bought double the amount we would normally buy so no need to stampede, in fact we hope to have enough to leave some in BeanBay after the sale too.

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - TUES 18th Nov 2008

    Say, how does this Ugandan offering compare to the Ugandan Bugisu?

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - TUES 18th Nov 2008

    Has anyone been able to get a hold of any Honduras 2007 crop of late?

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - TUES 18th Nov 2008

    Quote Originally Posted by Whereyoubean link=1226326704/20#37 date=1226970839
    Has anyone been able to get a hold of any Honduras 2007 crop of late?
    Ive still got a little left from the October 07 Beanbay (Honduras Extra Bold) but I dont recall seeing seen any offered (here) since then.

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - TUES 18th Nov 2008

    I think old hurricane Ike has caused some major issues for the crops over there. Will be interesting to see when the crops may recover?

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - TUES 18th Nov 2008


    Have still had a few samples of Honduras doing the rounds, some is about to arrive (pre big blow or was already packed I guess).

    we might see it early new year.


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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - TUES 18th Nov 2008

    Im standing buy to watch the rush......................

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - TUES 18th Nov 2008

    Thanks Andy- another great beanbay for the end of the year.
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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - TUES 18th Nov 2008

    Im stocked til next year :D

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - TUES 18th Nov 2008

    Beautiful, cheers Andy !

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - TUES 18th Nov 2008

    Changed my mind at the last minute - Ugandan and Sumatran on the way :)

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - TUES 18th Nov 2008

    Still trying to get my stocks down, so I must sit this one out.

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - TUES 18th Nov 2008

    Great selection, Andy, got my order in painlessly. All paid for, money is in your account.

    Looking forward to the beans.


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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - TUES 18th Nov 2008

    Thanks Andy!
    Got me some Brazil, Sumatra and Sidamo (which just happen to be the 3 main ingredients to my Fav espresso blend - lucky me!) as well as some Ugandan...now I just have to work out where Im gonna put it...
    Cheers, Anthony

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - TUES 18th Nov 2008

    thanks once again Andy :)

    oh and sorry Hoyks , i know i said i was good for 5kg but somehow i ended up with more :-?

    Darren



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