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Ron_L 05-04-2011 09:39 AM

I'm hoping to roast this weekend...
 
The weather looks iffy, but I will probably roast at some point this weekend.

Right now I am thinking about bringing back the popular Fox River Blend, which is a 60/40 blend of Papua New Guinea and Rwanda. If you guys need or want some please post below so i have an idea of how much to roast. The price on the blend will be $14/bag due to the higher cost of the PNG beans.

Also, I just ordered 30 lbs of a very nice Ethiopian Sidamo for later this spring.

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Big George's BBQ 05-04-2011 09:55 AM

I will take 2 Please and when you get the Ethiopian I would like some of that too
Thanks

deepsouth 05-04-2011 09:58 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Big George's BBQ (Post 1630122)
I will take 2 Please and when you get the Ethiopian I would like some of that too
Thanks


likewise!

bigabyte 05-04-2011 10:48 AM

I ordered so much last time...I'm worried about having some get old!:shock: I would love some more PNG, even if it is a blend. Let me think about it. I'm sure you'll have to twist my arm real hard to make me bend and order some. I will probably put up lots of resistance. Yeah, I'm sure I can resist. I can do it.

Arlin_MacRae 05-04-2011 10:56 AM

Ronelle, do you have any tasting notes on the Rwanda? We really enjoyed the PNG.

Arlin

gtr 05-04-2011 11:24 AM

I'll take 2 of whatever you got!

Ron_L 05-04-2011 02:42 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Arlin_MacRae (Post 1630188)
Ronelle, do you have any tasting notes on the Rwanda? We really enjoyed the PNG.

Arlin

Here you go...

Rwanda COOPAC Peaberry - this peaberry lot comprises 100% washed Bourbon varietals and yields a cup that is fruity, flavorful and pristinely sweet cherry, lemon and honey tones; a true rock star among coffees!

bigabyte 05-04-2011 03:12 PM

Fine, I'm down for 2 bags of PNG/Rwanda then.:rolleyes:

Arlin_MacRae 05-04-2011 03:13 PM

Thanks, Ron. It sounds like it will nicely compliment the PNG. Imagine that...

Put me down for a bag, please.


Arlin

HB-BBQ 05-04-2011 03:21 PM

Ron please put me down for 2 bags of the Fox River Blend. We loved the PNG and that Rwanda sounds like a great addition to it thanks.

bigabyte 05-04-2011 03:22 PM

My bad...I confused the Rwanda (blend) with the Ethiopia. Typical. Aren't they all farked anyway?

So I guess what I really wanted to ask was, what's the skinny on the Ethiopian? (no pun intended.....ok, fine it was intended, I can't fool you, can I?)

Ron_L 05-04-2011 03:27 PM

You just need more caffeine :)

Here is the full cupping notes on the Ethiopian from our cupping team...


Ethiopia Natural Sidamo Ardi

Roasted to City+ in a hottop.

Fragrance/Aroma: 8

Fragrance: Intensity 8/10 berries, tropical fruit (papaya, slight mango), hint of banana
note
Aroma: Intensity 7/10 berries, hint of toasted grain, malt, tropical fruits; berries, hint of papaya, touch of chocolate and malt on the break

Flavor: 8.25 sweet, clean, berries (blackberry perhaps), tropical fruits (papaya, mango come to mind), slight honey note

Aftertaste: 8.25 clean, lingering sweet finish, more tropical fruit than berry (though it's still there), some mid-range honey-like sweetness, maybe a skosh of dark chocolate

Acidity: 7.75 slight tingle, but mostly rounded, soft and smooth

Intensity: medium to medium-high

Body: 8 creamy, smooth, rich

Weight: medium to medium-high

Balance: 8 well-balanced, top to bottom, hot to cold

Overall: 8 Wonderfully clean, fruity, and creamy natural Ethiopian

Total Score: 86.25

Excellent, clean, fruity natural Sidamo. Another gem, like last years. Even at 8 days off the roast, the fruit is present, complex, and clean. The creamy body meshes perfectly with the tropical fruits. Finish holds, with fresh and clean fruit lingering on the palate. Highly Recommended.

bigabyte 05-04-2011 03:29 PM

Looks like I'm down for 2 Ethiopians as well. You can just call me Brangelina. Or was it Madonna? Fark, it was somewhere over there dammit!:mad:

Ron_L 05-04-2011 03:47 PM

I'll keep you in mind, Brangedona...

I dont have the Ethiopian yet. It will be a couple of weeks.

deguerre 05-04-2011 04:29 PM

I will not let good coffee go bad.
I will not let good coffee go bad.
I will not let good coffee go bad.

Not gonna over buy so I'm passing on the PNG/Rwanda.
Drat! I'll hold out for the Ethiopian, or Eritrian, or Abyssinian or whatever.


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