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looking to buy Ethiopia Organic Shakiso Sidamo "Maduro"
milknmycoffee
Any Ethiopia Organic Shakiso Sidamo "Maduro" floating around for sale?

I am almost through my stash (including several pounds given to me by Gene). This coffee is literally my family's favorite...in some cases almost exclusively so....

With the new Ethiopian auction system, I fear that I will never see this wonderful coffee for sale at Sweet Maria's again....

Thanks :)
 
Unta
I have a big bag of Ethiopian Natural Sidamo Guji Special that should be shipping next week, just waiting on cupping of the test roast that is happening tomorrow.. I know its not exactly what your looking for..but I figured that I would offer.
sean
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milknmycoffee
Sean - that sounds close enough :) In fact I kicked myself for not buying some Sidamo Guji when it was available through Sweet Maria's a while back!

Can you PM me with the details such as price and tasting notes from the cupping? I would probably be in for 5 lbs.

Thanks :)
 
Unta
Sure thing..
I guess i should offer it up, anyone else that would like some please pm me.. if there is enough interest, I'm going to get more than one bag because the natives are restless around me for some treats :)..
Sean Harrington
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David
I'm interested Sean.:Clap:
 
dja
milknmycoffee wrote:
Any Ethiopia Organic Shakiso Sidamo "Maduro" floating around for sale?

I am almost through my stash (including several pounds given to me by Gene). This coffee is literally my family's favorite...in some cases almost exclusively so....


Thanks :)


Sounds like the family might need to help you to procure a large bag of their favorite green
I pour Iron and roast Coffee BeansThumbsUp
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milknmycoffee
Thanks Sean...count me in for 5 lbs :)

dja - The family is really supportive of the coffee roasting habit....now I just have to convince them that a 20 lb bag might be better than a 5lb ha ha....

Even my brother-in-law has been looking online for some Maduro. I told him I would take charge of procuring some...he is new to coffee roasting and doesn't understand how big a quality variation there is among suppliers. I didn't want him to end up unwittingly buying some cruddy greens.
 
ginny
Sean:

I would take a 5'er.
thanks if that is possible since I am not sure what you need to send out.

ginny
Grin
 
seedlings
Sean, do you know if this is a bonafide single-estate lot, or part of Ethiopia's new 'coop'?

CHAD
Roaster: CoffeeAir II 2# DIY air roaster
Grinder: Vintage Grindmaster 500
Brewers: Vintage Cory DCU DCL, Aeropress, Press, Osaka Titanium pourover
 
Unta
If there is less than 80lbs of interest I'm getting one bag..more interest I'm getting two two. So..... as much as you'd like..

Ill ask the question CHAD.

Sean
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Unta
from the sales guy....its not coop but from a coop? anywho, there is also notes on a Guatemalan that im getting.
mine should be up today.

Our cupping notes for the Ethiopian Natural Sidamo Guji 3:

Sweet fruity start, berry with strawberry mix, milk chocolate and cremy texture.

This coffee is not single estate or from any Coop, is pretty much a selection of the best coffees from different small farms in the Sidamo region out together for the mill base on the profile and grade as 3

El Limonar is a Estate in Guatemala :

Cupping Notes:

Sweet lemon, cherry start, clean with chocolate finish.
Edited by Unta on 09/14/2010 3:25 AM
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JETROASTER
I'm in for 20#. Is there any single origin Sidamo out there?

Thanks,Scott
 
seedlings
freshbeans wrote:
I'm in for 20#. Is there any single origin Sidamo out there?

Thanks,Scott


Is there any single origin Ethiopian out there?

Way to ruin a good thing, Ethiopia government... boo.
CHAD
Edited by seedlings on 09/14/2010 3:54 AM
Roaster: CoffeeAir II 2# DIY air roaster
Grinder: Vintage Grindmaster 500
Brewers: Vintage Cory DCU DCL, Aeropress, Press, Osaka Titanium pourover
 
JETROASTER
Government coop or nothin' I guess.
....Until homeroasters band together for a roadtrip!! Shake things up a bit!!!


...perhaps too much coffee today. Scott
 
dja
thats what I keep telling my little bro, but he keeps on about wanting some Misty Valley Blue and I keep telling him he can forget it till the Ethiopian GOV gets there fingers out of the Till.

David
I pour Iron and roast Coffee BeansThumbsUp
If life seems normal your not going fast enough Mario Andrette
 
dja
I might be in for some once you get a price, let me know.
Surely do like them Ethiopians, along with just about all the other coffee's in the world. Except for some of the funky Indo's, had a PNG that really put me off.;)
I pour Iron and roast Coffee BeansThumbsUp
If life seems normal your not going fast enough Mario Andrette
 
Unta
it will be some where around 5 per with shipping an handling
Sean Harrington
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Unta
heres my Guji take
Guji
little spice on the nose @ break.. Berry/ strawberry, you really get the strawberry nice body, not quite as heavy as the harrar..roasted very nicely not as inconsistent as the harrar.roasted to end of first crack..probe temp 426.. see graph I had an error at the start so for time sake I was 6 minutes to 300 after that the graph reads as it does.
the rapid rise in the graph represents about 40 degrees over 1minutes time.
the sample time was 5 second intervals.
1lb sample +/- I didn't actually put it on a scale.
Unta attached the following image:
sidamotestroastcrop.jpg

Edited by Unta on 09/15/2010 10:31 AM
Sean Harrington
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Unta
Sidamo
Unta attached the following image:
ethiopiansidamonaturalguji.jpg

Sean Harrington
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Unta
Guat.
Unta attached the following image:
guatemalanellimor.jpg

Sean Harrington
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