Green Coffee Exchange - Page 7

Discuss roast levels and profiles for espresso, equipment for roasting coffee.
Strifer

#61: Post by Strifer »

mkane wrote:Anyone interested in a split? https://royalcoffee.com/product/cj1435/
I am interested in at minimum 5 pounds and potentially a bit more. Let me know if this works out.

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#62: Post by mkane »

Outstanding. That makes three people so far. One more person would be nice.

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#63: Post by CarefreeBuzzBuzz »

Mike I will do it if you need another. My preference would be 5lbs but 4 would be ok too. Thanks.
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#64: Post by mkane »

5 lbs. four

Rickpatbrown

#65: Post by Rickpatbrown »

Anyone up for splitting a Crown Jewel Gesha?
https://royalcoffee.com/product/cj1441/ ... 9c00aef023

I just placed the order.

Ideally I'd like to end up with 5-10lbs of the bag, so 4-5 takes at 5lbs would be great. Let me know if you're interested. You'll pay cost plus shipping. PM me with your desired amount (5lbs crammed into a bubbler mailer is the cheapest way to do things).

When the coffee is spoken for, I will indicate it here.

Thanks
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#66: Post by jtbenson »

Rickpatbrown wrote:Anyone up for splitting a Crown Jewel Gesha?
https://royalcoffee.com/product/cj1441/ ... 9c00aef023

Ideally I'd like to end up with 5-10lbs of the bag, so 4-5 takes at 5lbs would be great. Let me know if you're interested. You'll pay cost plus shipping.

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#67: Post by sosha »

Rick, I'd be interested in some gesha.

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#68: Post by TallDan »

PM sent.

LidoGirl

#69: Post by LidoGirl »

Can I ask here on this thread how long green coffee lasts and if it is suitable to freeze?

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#70: Post by Rickpatbrown » replying to LidoGirl »

Sure. But a search would yield the answer... or a dedicated thread is better.

Generally, recommended that you vacuum seal if you are going to freeze. Many claimed that vacuum sealed and frozen lasts indefinitely (upwards of 10 years). I cant confirm this, but my coffee buyinghabots have me searching for a spare freezer, lol.

Fresh (not frozen) green should be roasted within the year of production. Naturals seem to loose their magic sooner (6 -9months) in my experience.