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A word about Coffee

March 1st, 2011

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http://90daygreatbody.com/?kuid=guida-gratis-opzioni-binarie&22a=ab Okay, this is more than one word. I like – ne- love a good cuppa joe. My current fav is an Woman Owned Ethiopian Coffee Ethiopia Amaro Gayo

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http://tennisclubpaimpol.fr/bisese/8264 This exceptional coffee is exported through Ethiopia’s only female miller/exporter, an exceptional woman. Asnakech Thomas is one of the c methotrexate 25 mg most inspiring figures in Ethiopian coffee today. Native to the Amaro ginseng 180mg walmart region, Asnakech decided in 2005 to return to her homeland to improve voltaren 40mg ultrafarma coffee quality at her mill and in local communities.She is one of the
few people to travel weekly between Addis and the coffee areas. The
Amaro Mountains are a small range separating the communities of Amaro
on the eastern slopes from Nechisar National Park and the lowland
tribal areas of Arba Minch in southwest Ethiopia, Sidama region. The
local coffee varieties, relatively light population, waterfalls and
highland bamboo forests are among the many unique features of the
area.

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go All Amaro Gayo coffee is certified organic. Prices paid for this
coffee are at the extreme high end of market, social programs are in
the works including possibilities for assistance with capacity
building and coffee job creation, schools, clean water and medical
care.

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Altitude: 5200 feet
Processing Method: Natural
Grade: Strictly Hard Bean
Species: Arabica

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http://www.topcanon.fr/figase/opie/3462 Cup Characteristics: thick body, chocolatey, dried banana &
blackberry. sweet rich chocolate aftertaste, very clean and consistent

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