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    Harvey Fresh Jersey Girl milk (WA)

    Gene Cafe Coffee Roaster $850 - Free Beans Free Freight
    If you haven't already, get your hands on this stuff...

    So creamy, and just takes sweetness up another level!

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    Re: Harvey Fresh Jersey Girl milk (WA)

    I heard about it on the radio, but couldnt even find it on their website, let alone the supermarket.

    Where did you find it?

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    At a mate's roastery, brewed up and really enjoyed it. I think it's in IGA, maybe a few other places, not sure. It is on their website...

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    Harvey Fresh Jersey Girl milk (WA)

    I think brook land fresh in canningvale carries it from time to time also.

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    My local general store in my town (<350 people) carries it.

    I want to kiss him on the big bald head every time I get a carton.

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    Re: Harvey Fresh Jersey Girl milk (WA)

    It was a while a go that I checked, so Ill look again. Pretty happy with Bannister Downs anyway.
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    My local general store in my town (<350 people) carries it.

    I want to kiss him on the big bald head every time I get a carton.
    In the South West I imagine?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrJack View Post
    It was a while a go that I checked, so Ill look again. Pretty happy with Bannister Downs anyway.

    In the South West I imagine?
    Great Southern actually. Kendenup, about 15km north of Mount Barker, which is about 50km north of Albany, on the Albany Highway

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    Ya I can confirm Brookland Fresh in Canning Vale carries it. Just saw it last weekend.

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    Thornlie Square IGA stocks it in their dairy section. It's good stuff. Tastes nicer than the run of the mill milk.

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    Coles is now stocking it , very nice.

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    i've been using jersey girl for my last 2 batches, and apart from the shorter shelf life which isn't so ideal for home use, it taste sweeter than Bannisters in my opinion.

    i've decided it's best to change my milk according to the bean type. This definitely goes well with the lighter to medium roast stuff as the sweetness helps with making the more tart espressos taste more palatable.

    Bannisters, I feel, works better with the darker roasts as all it has to do is compliment the already sweet caramel notes and nuttiness without masking much of the espresso as the milk flavour isn't as heavy.



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