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Sylvain
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Posted Fri Jan 18, 2013, 9:53am
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I have been to coffee Myriade a couple of time and have been received like a king.  I have had a look at their superb machine with explanation too.  A real pleasure.  Sylvain
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Posted Sat Jan 19, 2013, 3:53pm
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SimonPatrice Said:

Nice to see you here Mr. Benda.  Are we going to see the same coffees as last week from Terroir?

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We have a couple bags of Esmeralda this week, but aside from that yes.  It'll be a pretty fluid menu from week to week, moreso than downtown.  I anticipate bringing GH downtown soon as well, in addition to Heart and 49th.
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Posted Sun Jan 20, 2013, 6:43pm
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Thanks!

I passed by yesterday morning.  I tasted the Esmeralda, it was my first Gesha.  It's quite an experience.  Floral, perfumey, really different from any other coffees I've had so far.  I also got to taste the Yukro.  Yum!!!  I can't wait to have a whole bag at home to play with.  As usual, Keaton took the time to talk about the coffees and brew methods.  Now if only I could tame my Walkure...  grrr....
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