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topher

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BALI BLUE BATUR!!! I am so stoked! Just came in last night and going to roast it up today!
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I got it from cafe lobo. They only brought in 300 bags. I was able to grab 30 of them. If it goes over like I think I will be buying the next 300 that lands in February.
 
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I liked it...it was different but I liked it. It has some musty/earthiness as does Sumatra but it is a bit more brighter than Sumatra. I personally enjoy bright coffees. I think the body was rich and the Aroma was bold and a bit of a caramel finish...one more important note...I know it will sell! 8) Hey Pug...when your coffee gets in I want to hear your comments.
 

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My roast was 15 pounds charged at 400, dumped right before 2nd crack, total roasting time was a little over 16 minutes. I was pretty gentle with the flame. The coffee is heavy body, it's spices and herbal taste but without Sumatra's musty flavor. Surprising acidity from hot to cool cup. A hint of vanilla at the finish. But not much lingering aftertaste. It remind me of Timor Maubesse I got earlier this year. It's pleasing and I can see it appeals to a wide audience. I think I will charge at higher temp and roast a little bit more aggressive but a shade lighter next time.

The Huehue I got in at the same time is superb.
 

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Great to hear! Ordering a bag next week (previously planned and now reinforced)! : )
 

HillofBeans

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My roast was 15 pounds charged at 400, dumped right before 2nd crack, total roasting time was a little over 16 minutes. I was pretty gentle with the flame. The coffee is heavy body, it's spices and herbal taste but without Sumatra's musty flavor. Surprising acidity from hot to cool cup. A hint of vanilla at the finish. But not much lingering aftertaste. It remind me of Timor Maubesse I got earlier this year. It's pleasing and I can see it appeals to a wide audience. I think I will charge at higher temp and roast a little bit more aggressive but a shade lighter next time.

The Huehue I got in at the same time is superb.

That's how I roast my blue moon charged a450 and 16 minutes to dump right before 2nd Crack - love it Customers love it
 

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I am a coffee company from indonesia Bali. I produce roasted bean arabica, robusta, peaberry and Civet coffee, iand i also supply Green bean arabica and robusta.















 
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