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April 08, 2008

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Neil

Do you remember the Haitian coffee we had from Barrington at the NYCS cupping a few months ago? I'd be interested to know how this Haitian did in comparison to the other one.

Daniel Humphries

Hi Neil,

Yeah, that's a good question. It's always risky to try to a comparison through space and time like that. I feel like the stuff I cupped last night had a little more life and juice. It's low-acidity coffee in general (altitude isssues, I think), but the project coffee definitely had a nice, side-of-the-mouth kick and juicy fullness. I'm interested to go back to the Barrington and see what they've got all over again.

Gabriel

if you have any more green of this, send it this way to Ritual!

Gabriel

if you have any more green of this, send it this way to Ritual!

Gabriel

if you have any more green of this, send it this way to Ritual!

Daniel Humphries

Gabe... I'll send you an email... Can you wait till after SCAA?

Daniel Humphries

Gabe... I'll send you an email... Can you wait till after SCAA?

georges Laguerre (Tigeorges)

for sure, Haiti has the best coffee in the world

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