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Suck it and See; The Search for "Wow!" Coffees. by Alan Frew
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alanfrew
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Posted Fri Aug 9, 2002, 12:00am
Subject: Suck it and See; The Search for "Wow!" Coffees. by Alan Frew
 

Suck it and See; The Search for "Wow!" Coffees.
by Alan Frew

Tasting coffees in the hunt for those rare, elusive "Wow!" coffees.
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Posted Wed Aug 14, 2002, 12:47am
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Enjoyed your article Alan. Hope to see more of this as you explore more beans. Particularly interesting to read about the less common, hard-to-get-by and up-and-coming new beans. I HAVE to try those Karoma Estate beans!
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Posted Mon Jul 25, 2005, 6:46am
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I just learned about this article which includes KAROMA.  If you are still interested, contact me for some Karoma coffee and thanks for the nice writeup!
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Posted Tue Feb 7, 2012, 2:22pm
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I've been a member of a coffee delivery program now for some years. I belong to a system that alternates every delivery from different parts of the world. These selections cost a few dollars extra for each box compared to other coffees that they offer though at $10.95 each it's not as expensive as a few others they sell. Recently they allowed the customer to choose a selection if they wished from these alternates and order it year round. I decided to do that with the Karoma Estate blend. I'm completly satisfied with this. I compare the quality to be as good if not better than any other coffee out there. The company that I buy it from that I'm not allowed to mention with this being my one and only review is the largest buyer of this blend grown in the Dominican Republic so there should be no problem with the supply. I plan on remaining a lifetime customer. So I agree with you that Karoma Estate is a wow coffee.
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