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    BeanBay GREEN sale - 12th July 2010

    Gene Cafe Coffee Roaster $850 - Free Beans Free Freight
    BeanBay GREEN BEAN sale

    Monday 12th July

    2000 QLD, ACT, NSW, VIC, TAS (8pm)
    1930 SA, NT
    1800 WA
    http://beanbay.coffeesnobs.com.au

    The beans available at the above date/times will be:

    India Mysore Nuggets Extra Bold $10/kg*
    It has been a while since we sourced a worthy crop of Mysore Nuggets. *Sure, its a name that would make schoolboys giggle but its actually a really great coffee. *Mild with a huge body and lots of sweetness makes this a great single origin and also perfect as an espresso base for some wilder flavours. *For me this works best at the start of second crack at a CS9 roast depth.

    Ugandan Masaba AA $9.50/kg*
    A new arrival of this great Ugandan coffee. *Large screen, nice processing and produces plenty of chaff while roasting. Mid bodied and full of cocoa at CS9/10, lighter body and brighter at CS8/9 and both roast styles blended together produce a really interesting single origin blend.

    PNG Wahgi AA $11/kg*
    We have just landed the latest crop from PNG. *Large screen and well washed and sorted beans that roast really easily *and work well in a range of roasting devices and roasting styles. Bright and acidic at CS8, Sweet at CS9, full of cocoa at CS10 roast depths. *This is easily my favourite PNG bean.

    Ethiopia Harrar $10.50/kg*
    Really nice grading for a dry processed coffee and as soon as you open the roasted bag you get hit with the fruity berry aromas that Harar is famous for. *Light in body as an espresso but with a tighter pour it will become a heavier shot. *Dont worry about a slotchy coloured roast, dry processed beans do that and it will still taste great in the cup.

    Australia MTC D10-107 Honey $27/kg*
    Once again this Australian coffee sets the bar for just how good a product this country can produce. *Semi Washed and perfectly graded this special microlot produces a sweet mid palate espresso with good body. *Similar to our prvious limited microlot but more bias on the body. *If only all Aussie coffee was this good!


    * Prices include a $0.50/kg FairCrack donation. *All beans are packed in 2.5kg natural unbleached cotton bags which are perfect for storing your beans in.


    Pickup Points

    QLD - Veneziano - West End (ETA 23/7/10)
    NSW - "cksyd" - Kellyville (ETA 24/7/10)
    NSW - Cuppacoffee - Sylvania (ETA 23/7/10)
    NSW - Coffee Parts Pagewood (ETA 23/7/10)
    VIC - Veneziano *- Abbotsford (24/7/10 10:30-11:30 ONLY)
    TAS - "ParaM" Hobart (ETA 24/7/10)
    SA - The Coffee Barun - Sefton Park (ETA 23/7/10)
    WA - "Caffeinefreak" Wembley (ETA 24/7/10)

    Please Note: Because so many CSrs are selecing our cheap direct freight options we have dropped some of the smaller pickup point locations. *

    We hope to get beans to all the pickup points by:
    24/7/2010 (maybe earlier)

    This delivery date is a best guess as we are often at the whim of couriers around the country. *Generally when the beans arrive at the pickup point someone will post in this thread to let you know the time/date that you should meet for the pickup.

    Feel free to discuss pickup point pickups and plan the social get togethers (eg: who is bringing cake) in this thread.

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - 12th July 2010

    Woo Hoo. Ive been waiting for this......

    Quote Originally Posted by 4B646E730A0 link=1278777137/0#0 date=1278777137
    Mysore Nuggets.Sure, its a name that would make schoolboys giggle
    Gotta admit, this made me giggle a bit too....... ;D

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - 12th July 2010

    me too.................

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - 12th July 2010

    nooooooooooooooo going to be away in Thiland and will miss the poll *:(

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - 12th July 2010

    Quote Originally Posted by 6F4E59404F424C474E592B0 link=1278777137/3#3 date=1278806029
    nooooooooooooooo going to be away in Thiland and will miss the poll *:(
    Where are you going to be in Thailand? Happy to recommend some good coffee places.

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - 12th July 2010

    Curses I was going to have a month off buying more greens too ::)

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - 12th July 2010

    Yeh so was I but Ive never tried the MTC so keen to try some honey :-)

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - 12th July 2010

    This is going to be my first foray into the Green sale side of Beanbay (actually, my first foray into green beans, period) after a number of roasted bean purchases so im really looking forward to it.

    I love the Harrar so ill definitely be making that my virgin green bean, not sure what else to try but the Mysore Nuggets has its appeal. ;D

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - 12th July 2010

    Quote Originally Posted by 4444440E0 link=1278777137/7#7 date=1278829903
    not sure what else to try
    Definitely consider the Wahgi apart from tasting great it is a good even one to start with roasting.

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - 12th July 2010

    Quote Originally Posted by 4F484C434B415444434A2D0 link=1278777137/8#8 date=1278848098
    consider the Wahgi apart from tasting great it is a good even one to start with
    and you can add to the "easy" list the Peru Ceja which is in BeanBay too, really easy to get a nice roast from it too.

    Quote Originally Posted by 4058401F59455F48482D0 link=1278777137/1#1 date=1278802701
    Gotta admit, this made me giggle a bit too
    Yep, even 6 years after Mysore Nuggets first went into the roaster I still smirk.


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    Quote Originally Posted by 1738322F560 link=1278777137/9#9 date=1278851473

    Yep, even 6 years after Mysore Nuggets first went into the roaster I still smirk.
    That is such a cack I have to buy some...

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - 12th July 2010

    Quote Originally Posted by 6265616E666C79696E67000 link=1278777137/8#8 date=1278848098
    Definitely consider the Wahgi apart from tasting great it is a good even one to start with roasting.
    Quote Originally Posted by 416E6479000 link=1278777137/9#9 date=1278851473
    and you can add to the "easy" list the Peru Ceja which is in BeanBay too, really easy to get a nice roast from it too.
    Thanks for the advice, lads.
    My plan is to buy a couple of different beans during each Green Sale from this one forward so that when i start roasting properly in a few months ive got a decent selection of beans to work with.
    Having an idea of a few beginner beans is a great help, thank you.


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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - 12th July 2010

    The Peru and Wahgi go really well together IMOP.
    Some of my favourite beans, maybe need to stock up ;)

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - 12th July 2010

    Sorry if this is OT, but the wahgi being offered tonight, is it different from the wahgi peaberry i grabbed from the beanbay last week?

    If not, how do they differ?

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - 12th July 2010

    Quote Originally Posted by 43425742444E43270 link=1278777137/13#13 date=1278890368
    Sorry if this is OT, but the wahgi being offered tonight, is it different from the wahgi peaberry i grabbed from the beanbay last week?

    If not, how do they differ?
    This one is not a peaberry ;)

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - 12th July 2010

    Very useful info Chris *::)

    PNG Country of origin
    Wahgi General location of the crops in the Wahgi Valley
    Peaberry is the bean type "defect" http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peaberry Small beans too.
    The AA above is the bean size AA (largish)

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - 12th July 2010

    Awesome, thanks beanflying. Thought it may have been a different variety not just the "defective" beans.

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - 12th July 2010

    I was a bit surprised to see it refered to as a defect too if only all defective things were this good ;) Andy may have more info on if they are both sourced from the same co-op or farms.

    In coffee there is some terms that get used really loosley like "I only like Brazilian beans" or my favourites are PNGs. Loose terms like this do little to describe the actual beans flavour other than which country they came from. Beans vary from batch to batch and farm to farm or even within a farm let alone a general region or even worse still country of origon.

    Try lots of variations and often then decide which you prefer :)

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - 12th July 2010

    Quote Originally Posted by 4E4F5A4F49434E2A0 link=1278777137/16#16 date=1278910801
    Awesome, thanks beanflying. Thought it may have been a different variety not just the "defective" beans.
    I think there is a bit of debate about this sort of thing.

    I prefer to think of peaberry that is of roasting quality as a mutation rather than defect.

    I suppose it is just semantics in the end, but thats how I have always looked at it.

    Brett.

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - 12th July 2010

    ...and we all know that wikipedia is never wrong.
    ::)


    Peaberry, also known as caracoli is a type of coffee bean,

    True!

    Normally the fruit of the coffee plant *develops as two halves of a bean within a single cherry, but sometimes only one of the two seeds gets fertilized so there is nothing to flatten it.

    The very tip of the lateral branch (the fruit bearing branch) will produce a peaberry bean (most of the time). *I have quite often picked the very last cherry on a branch to prove it.

    This oval (or pea-shaped) bean is known as Peaberry. Typically around 5% of all coffee beans harvested are of this form.

    I would have guessed far less than 5%, maybe half that amount. *This is based on how many grow on a lateral and total crop offers that I have seen in the past.

    Normal coffee beans are less commonly called by contrast flat berry.

    If less common means the wiki author invented the term then sure, we normally sell flat berry.
    ;)

    Peaberry coffees are particularly associated with Tanzanian Coffee.

    Huh?
    :-?

    Peaberry beans roast differently from the corresponding flat berry beans, hence to ensure an even roast, in high grade coffee, peaberry beans are separated.

    Peaberry beans are typically screen 14 or smaller so if a coffee is size screened then by default the peaberry beans are not in the 15-16, 17-18 or 19-20+ screened product which are mostly sold as "high grade" (AB, A, AA in those origins that use that grading scale) *


    Peaberry beans are widely reputed to roast better than flat berries, being said to roast more evenly, because of their rounder shape minimizes sharp edges, and rolls about the roasting chamber more easily,[2]

    They roast faster, darker for the same heat application and different to flat beans. *

    as well as the alleged higher bean density may improve heat transfer in the roasting process. However, some sources claim that the effect is minor, and that the major benefit of peaberry beans is that they have been carefully selected, which is essential for optimal quality, regardless of bean shape.[3]

    "carefully selected", well I debunked that above. *All graded coffee has the potential of producing a prettier roast of the same colour.

    Does that translate to a better coffee? *Not always! *Some of the very best coffees I have in any given year are not graded and dont roast to an even, pretty colour.

    anyhow... after picking on Wiki Ill get back on-topic.

    The Wahgi AA and the Wahgi Peaberry we get direct from the Wahgi valley farmer co-op. *The AA is screened to 18-20+ and the by-product (not a defect!) is smaller grade beans that we dont often purchase and the peaberry.

    Same plant, same crop, same processing, different sizes, different in the cup!
    8-)
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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - 12th July 2010

    Quote Originally Posted by 4E616B760F0 link=1278777137/19#19 date=1278915355
    flat berry
    Ive edited the Wikipedia artical and called for a citation to support the claim. :P

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - 12th July 2010

    Quote Originally Posted by 0E212B364F0 link=1278777137/0#0 date=1278777137
    Pickup Points

    QLD - Veneziano - West End (ETA 23/7/10)
    NSW - "cksyd" - Kellyville (ETA 24/7/10)
    NSW - Cuppacoffee - Sylvania (ETA 23/7/10)
    NSW - Coffee Parts Pagewood (ETA 23/7/10)
    VIC - Veneziano- Abbotsford (24/7/10 10:30-11:30 ONLY)
    TAS - "ParaM" Hobart (ETA 24/7/10)
    SA - The Coffee Barun - Sefton Park (ETA 23/7/10)
    WA - "Caffeinefreak" Wembley (ETA 24/7/10)
    Is there going to be a pickup point in ACT?

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - 12th July 2010

    :o what Wikipedia wrong ;D Time ti rewrite the whole section in my spare time.

    Time to check my current stash to see what I "Need" to add ;)

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - 12th July 2010

    Quote Originally Posted by 4147424F4547524E260 link=1278777137/21#21 date=1278919773
    Is there going to be a pickup point in ACT?
    No. It was dropped last month after a many months of not enough beans to justify the freight (ie: read it was costing me a bomb!)

    Cruiserman has served the ACT locals very well for many years of pickups including some very dodgy couriers early on that destroyed boxes as best they could. This year, most of the orders going to ACT were sent direct which I guess is due to our low bulk freight costs and large distance needed to be travelled.

    We might revisit the ACT pickup one day if there is enough call for it.

    (all the above is true for Burnie and Launceston too)


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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - 12th July 2010

    Thanks mate [smiley=thumbsup.gif]

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - 12th July 2010

    Masaba and Mysore nuggets (hee hee ;D ) in and paid for - looking forward to getting the nuggets again, enjoyed em last time!!

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - 12th July 2010

    got some nuggets and harrar :D

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - 12th July 2010

    Amazingly civilised tonight. Some Nuffets and second meter to play with BT and ET roasting here I come just to confuse me some more :)

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - 12th July 2010

    Got me some Harrar and the Waghi (on beanflyings rec), along with the wonderfully generous starter pack.

    Scary new world this roasting business but its also incredibly exciting and the possibilities seem endless.

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - 12th July 2010

    Quote Originally Posted by 4F484C434B415444434A2D0 link=1278777137/27#27 date=1278929448
    Some Nuffets
    Hey Beanflying... move your chair 12mm to the right.

    Quote Originally Posted by 4E465E54492D0 link=1278777137/24#24 date=1278929029
    Thanks mate
    Pleasure.

    The strange irony here is that Im still at the Snobbery too shoveling beans into bags... slower than you lot can buy them obviously!

    ;D

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - 12th July 2010

    Thanks Andy I grabbed some of the Mysore Nuggets, Its going to be interesting when my guest ask what are we drinking today ;D ;D ;D

    Cheers Gra..

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - 12th July 2010

    Typing 1/2 pissed in the dark oops ;D Time for food and less Stout now BeanBay is over

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - 12th July 2010

    Thanks Andy
    All done! Love this months offerings, cant wait to try the Australia MTC D10-107 Honey.
    I was up in the Atherton Tablelands this time last year, very interested to learn that coffee & mangoes have taken the place of tobacco (very civilised).
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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - 12th July 2010

    Not bought for some time.............trying to reduce mu stockpile; But just had to get some Mysore Nuggets which i have not had for some time.

    Thanks Andy, all paid for.
    Cheers Gazz

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - 12th July 2010

    Thanks Andy, great offerings again! Cant wait to take the Mysore into work...itll be one way to liven up an accountants day ;)

    Cheers

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - 12th July 2010

    Some Ugandan and Aussie beans (much to the other halves delight!)

    Thank you Andy for a great Beanbay again...Havent been to one in a while. ;D

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - 12th July 2010

    Thanks Andy, first time to buy green beans from CoffeeSnobs. Will now have to get plenty of practice roasting (read: reading, researching) to produce wonderful shots from my new Alex Duetto.....eventually!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 494949030 link=1278777137/28#28 date=1278929758
    incredibly exciting and the possibilities seem endless
    Yep. Thats the journey we are all on!
    Welcome aboard.

    Quote Originally Posted by 447162030 link=1278777137/29#29 date=1278929813
    Mysore Nuggets,Its going to be interesting when my guest ask what are we drinking today
    Im not touching that one
    8-)

    Quote Originally Posted by 6E6260606231323335030 link=1278777137/32#32 date=1278930094
    I was up in the Atherton Tablelands this time last year, very interested to learn that coffee & mangoes have taken the place of tobacco
    I didnt know tobacco grew up there. I know it grows (grew?) around Bright in Victoria but wouldnt expect coffee would as they get snow this time of year! Interesting though. Maybe different tobacco varieties?!?

    Quote Originally Posted by 417661616260766F6F666D32030 link=1278777137/34#34 date=1278930100
    Cant wait to take the Mysore into work...itll be one way to liven up an accountants day
    Seem its not just the school boys having a giggle.

    Quote Originally Posted by 4E62606062705C606B6A606862030 link=1278777137/35#35 date=1278930203
    Havent been to one in a while
    Yeah, we all hit a point that we need to work the stockpile down to a level that we can see over...
    ...just so we can start to grow it again.
    (or find new places to hide it)

    ;D

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    Quote Originally Posted by 486646647771646B050 link=1278777137/36#36 date=1278931994
    Will now have to get plenty of practice roasting (read: reading, researching) to produce wonderful shots from my new Alex Duetto.....eventually!

    Plenty of us around the forums can lend a hand when you get stuck too.

    Its a fun trip!


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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - 12th July 2010

    Quote Originally Posted by 4768627F060 link=1278777137/30#30 date=1278929809
    Quote Originally Posted by 4F484C434B415444434A2D0 link=1278777137/27#27 date=1278929448
    Some Nuffets
    Hey Beanflying... move your chair 12mm to the right.
    ;D


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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - 12th July 2010

    Thanks Andy another excellent offering, didnt seem to be a stampede tonight :)
    I think Ill shorten it to India M.S.N, i can just imagine the puns coming from my sons :-?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 616A786D666A7C61606D0F0 link=1278777137/40#40 date=1278936232
    India M.S.N
    I bet Microsoft have put a trademark on that TLA already.
    ;)

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - 12th July 2010

    When will we see more of the roasters?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3524372C2F3E373D3F3825560 link=1278777137/42#42 date=1278939322
    When will we see more of the roasters?
    Gaaaaaahhhhh!!! ::)

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - 12th July 2010

    Bugger - got in late...plenty of beans but i need a new DMM...all sold out. When can we expect more Andy?

    Cheers


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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - 12th July 2010

    Quote Originally Posted by 0213001B1809000A080F12610 link=1278777137/42#42 date=1278939322
    When will we see more of the roasters? *
    In a couple of weeks, might be sooner, might be later.


    Quote Originally Posted by 0E1B12020E1515610 link=1278777137/44#44 date=1278940744
    i need a new DMM...all sold out.When can we expect more Andy?
    In a couple of weeks, might be sooner, might be later.


    I think I just invented a new standard answer... although I do like what
    Quote Originally Posted by 777F676D70140 link=1278777137/43#43 date=1278939810
    Gaaaaaahhhhh!!!
    as it has images of rolling the eyes and shaking the head at the same time.

    ::)

    Those wanting updates on DMMs or Behmor-roasters please contact me via email and Ill add you to a contact list for when they arrive. *...which is far better than clogging the forums with "me too" requests.


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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - 12th July 2010

    As a matter of interest, is the Harar LB from that nice Mr Ogsadey at Blue Horse?

    Ive had it occasionally from Fiori Coffee here in Perth. Good stuff: winey, lots of high notes and a bit funky.

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - 12th July 2010


    No this isnt the funky blue horse... and "MAO" Ogsadey passed away a few years ago (better check how old the stock is at Fiori!)


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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - 12th July 2010

    Quote Originally Posted by 745B514C350 link=1278777137/47#47 date=1278953406
    "MAO" Ogsadey passed away a few years ago (better check how old the stock is at Fiori!)
    ;D ;D ;D ;D

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    Re: BeanBay GREEN sale - 12th July 2010

    Checked in sometime over the last few days in case I had missed the Greenbay email, and I hadnt.
    Checked back today and find it was yesterday - no email.

    Only thing I can think of is I didnt buy last month and an email didnt come in. Every month I buy I get the email the following month. Coincidence or not? Will have to wait til the next time to find out.

    Going in now to see what I can get.

    Cheers
    Greg.P



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