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More on Moore Coffee

Postby Randy Buckner » Sat Mar 25, 2006 2:11 pm

I am a fan of Moore Coffee, with the Papua New Guinea Peaberry being my favorite bean.

I just found a worthy companion -- Brazil Peaberry. This delivers a coffee with more of the full, rich, dark, smoky flavors. I just downed a triple-shot latte ... wow! Good stuff.
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Re: More on Moore Coffee

Postby Jenise » Sat Mar 25, 2006 3:27 pm

Randy Buckner wrote:I am a fan of Moore Coffee, with the Papua New Guinea Peaberry being my favorite bean.

I just found a worthy companion -- Brazil Peaberry. This delivers a coffee with more of the full, rich, dark, smoky flavors. I just downed a triple-shot latte ... wow! Good stuff.


I bought the Brazil, too, on my first order. Loved it, but the New Guinea seemed a bit more winey, if that word makes any sense, and I preferred it. Love to switch around, though, just for variety. Can't thank you enough for recomending Moore's to me--it's all I've used, except in emergencies, since you referred me to them.
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