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Date: 02 Nov 2006 11:00:34
From: Lloyd Parsons
Subject: DP & WP Sidamo
I've been using a dry process Sidamo from Sweetias, and I love it.
For me, it is better than the Yirgs.

Now in this latest sampler, they sent a wet process Sidamo and I've not
yet had a chance to roast it.

So what differences can I expect between the two processes? The
Sweetias site doesn't show this WP Sidamo, so I can't see Tom's
description.




 
Date: 07 Nov 2006 12:54:41
From: JoeP
Subject: Re: DP & WP Sidamo

> > description.http://www.coffeeresearch.org/agriculture/flavor.htm
>
> Craig.


Thats a great link. Has anyone tried the re-passed beans from Brazil
yet? That has my curiosity.

Joe
www.greencoffeebuyigclub.com



 
Date: 06 Nov 2006 14:06:30
From: Craig Andrews
Subject: Re: DP & WP Sidamo

"Lloyd Parsons" <lloydparsons@mac.com > wrote in message
news:lloydparsons-5BABED.11003402112006@individual.net...
> I've been using a dry process Sidamo from Sweetias, and I love it.
> For me, it is better than the Yirgs.
>
> Now in this latest sampler, they sent a wet process Sidamo and I've
> not
> yet had a chance to roast it.
>
> So what differences can I expect between the two processes? The
> Sweetias site doesn't show this WP Sidamo, so I can't see Tom's
> description.


http://www.coffeeresearch.org/agriculture/flavor.htm

Craig.



 
Date: 02 Nov 2006 20:54:19
From: JoeP
Subject: Re: DP & WP Sidamo


On Nov 2, 8:00 am, Lloyd Parsons <lloydpars...@mac.com > wrote:
> I've been using a dry process Sidamo from Sweetias, and I love it.
> For me, it is better than the Yirgs.
>
> Now in this latest sampler, they sent a wet process Sidamo and I've not
> yet had a chance to roast it.
>
> So what differences can I expect between the two processes? The
> Sweetias site doesn't show this WP Sidamo, so I can't see Tom's
> description.

DP sidamo's have been extraordinary this year. They have been
fruit/chocolate bombs at lighter roast levels. The WP versions aren't
as special IMO, I prefer WP Yirgacheffe over the WP Sidamo. DP Yirgs
are very special also if you get a chance to try some, SMs had the
Idido Misty Valley Yirg. They also have the Likempti which is one of my
favorites lots of Chocolate and Apricot, its really special. Of course
you can also pay much less if you do some searching.

Joe
www.greencoffeebuyingclub.com
"freinds getting together and splitting bags of coffee"



  
Date: 02 Nov 2006 23:32:32
From: Lloyd Parsons
Subject: Re: DP & WP Sidamo
In article <1162529659.400557.41380@e3g2000cwe.googlegroups.com >,
"JoeP" <joe@internet-realty.com > wrote:

> On Nov 2, 8:00 am, Lloyd Parsons <lloydpars...@mac.com> wrote:
> > I've been using a dry process Sidamo from Sweetias, and I love it.
> > For me, it is better than the Yirgs.
> >
> > Now in this latest sampler, they sent a wet process Sidamo and I've not
> > yet had a chance to roast it.
> >
> > So what differences can I expect between the two processes? The
> > Sweetias site doesn't show this WP Sidamo, so I can't see Tom's
> > description.
>
> DP sidamo's have been extraordinary this year. They have been
> fruit/chocolate bombs at lighter roast levels. The WP versions aren't
> as special IMO, I prefer WP Yirgacheffe over the WP Sidamo. DP Yirgs
> are very special also if you get a chance to try some, SMs had the
> Idido Misty Valley Yirg. They also have the Likempti which is one of my
> favorites lots of Chocolate and Apricot, its really special. Of course
> you can also pay much less if you do some searching.
>
> Joe
> www.greencoffeebuyingclub.com
> "freinds getting together and splitting bags of coffee"

Thanks for the info.

I'm not as enamored of the Yirgs as I have been of the DP Sidamo I have.
I think I need to play with roast levels more on it to see if I can be
convinced...


 
Date: 02 Nov 2006 17:42:31
From:
Subject: Re: DP & WP Sidamo
I don't know about Tom's notes, but here're mine:

DP Sidamo = fermenty dried fig juice
WP Sidamo = darjeeling tea



 
Date: 02 Nov 2006 12:52:53
From: Craig Andrews
Subject: Re: DP & WP Sidamo

"Lloyd Parsons" <lloydparsons@mac.com > wrote in message
news:lloydparsons-5BABED.11003402112006@individual.net...
> I've been using a dry process Sidamo from Sweetias, and I love it.
> For me, it is better than the Yirgs.
>
> Now in this latest sampler, they sent a wet process Sidamo and I've
> not
> yet had a chance to roast it.
>
> So what differences can I expect between the two processes? The
> Sweetias site doesn't show this WP Sidamo, so I can't see Tom's
> description.

D.P. Dry Process coffees have slightly less acidity than wet process,
but have fuller body because of drying the whole cherry that imparts
full body & natural sweetness to the beans. Wet processed coffees have
increased acidity.

If you have acess to Tea & Coffee Sept 2006 issue, page 52 7 page
article "Green Coffee Processing" by Timothy J. Castle & Joel Starr.
Craig.



  
Date: 02 Nov 2006 11:55:36
From: Lloyd Parsons
Subject: Re: DP & WP Sidamo
In article <4qupjdFojqp6U1@individual.net >,
"Craig Andrews" <alt.coffee@deletethis.rogers.com > wrote:

> "Lloyd Parsons" <lloydparsons@mac.com> wrote in message
> news:lloydparsons-5BABED.11003402112006@individual.net...
> > I've been using a dry process Sidamo from Sweetias, and I love it.
> > For me, it is better than the Yirgs.
> >
> > Now in this latest sampler, they sent a wet process Sidamo and I've
> > not
> > yet had a chance to roast it.
> >
> > So what differences can I expect between the two processes? The
> > Sweetias site doesn't show this WP Sidamo, so I can't see Tom's
> > description.
>
> D.P. Dry Process coffees have slightly less acidity than wet process,
> but have fuller body because of drying the whole cherry that imparts
> full body & natural sweetness to the beans. Wet processed coffees have
> increased acidity.
>
> If you have acess to Tea & Coffee Sept 2006 issue, page 52 7 page
> article "Green Coffee Processing" by Timothy J. Castle & Joel Starr.
> Craig.

I doubt that I have access to that mag as our library is pretty small,
but I'll check.

From what you say, I'm assuming the increased acidity will make it more
'bright' than a DP?


   
Date: 02 Nov 2006 12:59:24
From: Craig Andrews
Subject: Re: DP & WP Sidamo

"Lloyd Parsons" <lloydparsons@mac.com > wrote in message
news:lloydparsons-251C08.11553602112006@individual.net...
> In article <4qupjdFojqp6U1@individual.net>,
> "Craig Andrews" <alt.coffee@deletethis.rogers.com> wrote:
>
>> "Lloyd Parsons" <lloydparsons@mac.com> wrote in message
>> news:lloydparsons-5BABED.11003402112006@individual.net...
>> > I've been using a dry process Sidamo from Sweetias, and I love
>> > it.
>> > For me, it is better than the Yirgs.
>> >
>> > Now in this latest sampler, they sent a wet process Sidamo and I've
>> > not
>> > yet had a chance to roast it.
>> >
>> > So what differences can I expect between the two processes? The
>> > Sweetias site doesn't show this WP Sidamo, so I can't see Tom's
>> > description.
>>
>> D.P. Dry Process coffees have slightly less acidity than wet process,
>> but have fuller body because of drying the whole cherry that imparts
>> full body & natural sweetness to the beans. Wet processed coffees
>> have
>> increased acidity.
>>
>> If you have acess to Tea & Coffee Sept 2006 issue, page 52 7 page
>> article "Green Coffee Processing" by Timothy J. Castle & Joel Starr.
>> Craig.
>
> I doubt that I have access to that mag as our library is pretty small,
> but I'll check.
>
> From what you say, I'm assuming the increased acidity will make it
> more
> 'bright' than a DP?

Yep.
Craig.



    
Date: 02 Nov 2006 13:00:49
From: Craig Andrews
Subject: Re: DP & WP Sidamo

"Craig Andrews" <alt.coffee@deletethis.rogers.com > wrote in message
news:4quq1bFou4b0U1@individual.net...
>
> "Lloyd Parsons" <lloydparsons@mac.com> wrote in message
> news:lloydparsons-251C08.11553602112006@individual.net...
>> In article <4qupjdFojqp6U1@individual.net>,
>> "Craig Andrews" <alt.coffee@deletethis.rogers.com> wrote:
>>
>>> "Lloyd Parsons" <lloydparsons@mac.com> wrote in message
>>> news:lloydparsons-5BABED.11003402112006@individual.net...
>>> > I've been using a dry process Sidamo from Sweetias, and I love
>>> > it.
>>> > For me, it is better than the Yirgs.
>>> >
>>> > Now in this latest sampler, they sent a wet process Sidamo and
>>> > I've
>>> > not
>>> > yet had a chance to roast it.
>>> >
>>> > So what differences can I expect between the two processes? The
>>> > Sweetias site doesn't show this WP Sidamo, so I can't see Tom's
>>> > description.
>>>
>>> D.P. Dry Process coffees have slightly less acidity than wet
>>> process,
>>> but have fuller body because of drying the whole cherry that imparts
>>> full body & natural sweetness to the beans. Wet processed coffees
>>> have
>>> increased acidity.
>>>
>>> If you have acess to Tea & Coffee Sept 2006 issue, page 52 7 page
>>> article "Green Coffee Processing" by Timothy J. Castle & Joel Starr.
>>> Craig.
>>
>> I doubt that I have access to that mag as our library is pretty
>> small,
>> but I'll check.
>>
>> From what you say, I'm assuming the increased acidity will make it
>> more
>> 'bright' than a DP?
>
> Yep.
> Craig.

http://www.teaandcoffee.net/
Craig.



     
Date: 02 Nov 2006 15:34:44
From: Lloyd Parsons
Subject: Re: DP & WP Sidamo
In article <4quq29FoljfqU1@individual.net >,
"Craig Andrews" <alt.coffee@deletethis.rogers.com > wrote:

> "Craig Andrews" <alt.coffee@deletethis.rogers.com> wrote in message
> news:4quq1bFou4b0U1@individual.net...
> >
> > "Lloyd Parsons" <lloydparsons@mac.com> wrote in message
> > news:lloydparsons-251C08.11553602112006@individual.net...
> >> In article <4qupjdFojqp6U1@individual.net>,
> >> "Craig Andrews" <alt.coffee@deletethis.rogers.com> wrote:
> >>
> >>> "Lloyd Parsons" <lloydparsons@mac.com> wrote in message
> >>> news:lloydparsons-5BABED.11003402112006@individual.net...
> >>> > I've been using a dry process Sidamo from Sweetias, and I love
> >>> > it.
> >>> > For me, it is better than the Yirgs.
> >>> >
> >>> > Now in this latest sampler, they sent a wet process Sidamo and
> >>> > I've
> >>> > not
> >>> > yet had a chance to roast it.
> >>> >
> >>> > So what differences can I expect between the two processes? The
> >>> > Sweetias site doesn't show this WP Sidamo, so I can't see Tom's
> >>> > description.
> >>>
> >>> D.P. Dry Process coffees have slightly less acidity than wet
> >>> process,
> >>> but have fuller body because of drying the whole cherry that imparts
> >>> full body & natural sweetness to the beans. Wet processed coffees
> >>> have
> >>> increased acidity.
> >>>
> >>> If you have acess to Tea & Coffee Sept 2006 issue, page 52 7 page
> >>> article "Green Coffee Processing" by Timothy J. Castle & Joel Starr.
> >>> Craig.
> >>
> >> I doubt that I have access to that mag as our library is pretty
> >> small,
> >> but I'll check.
> >>
> >> From what you say, I'm assuming the increased acidity will make it
> >> more
> >> 'bright' than a DP?
> >
> > Yep.
> > Craig.
>
> http://www.teaandcoffee.net/
> Craig.

thanks for the link..


      
Date: 02 Nov 2006 19:23:52
From: Craig Andrews
Subject: Re: DP & WP Sidamo

"Lloyd Parsons" <lloydparsons@mac.com > wrote in message
news:lloydparsons-D95FC3.15344402112006@individual.net...
> In article <4quq29FoljfqU1@individual.net>,
> "Craig Andrews" <alt.coffee@deletethis.rogers.com> wrote:
>
>> "Craig Andrews" <alt.coffee@deletethis.rogers.com> wrote in message
>> news:4quq1bFou4b0U1@individual.net...
>> >
>> > "Lloyd Parsons" <lloydparsons@mac.com> wrote in message
>> > news:lloydparsons-251C08.11553602112006@individual.net...
>> >> In article <4qupjdFojqp6U1@individual.net>,
>> >> "Craig Andrews" <alt.coffee@deletethis.rogers.com> wrote:
>> >>
>> >>> "Lloyd Parsons" <lloydparsons@mac.com> wrote in message
>> >>> news:lloydparsons-5BABED.11003402112006@individual.net...
>> >>> > I've been using a dry process Sidamo from Sweetias, and I
>> >>> > love
>> >>> > it.
>> >>> > For me, it is better than the Yirgs.
>> >>> >
>> >>> > Now in this latest sampler, they sent a wet process Sidamo and
>> >>> > I've
>> >>> > not
>> >>> > yet had a chance to roast it.
>> >>> >
>> >>> > So what differences can I expect between the two processes?
>> >>> > The
>> >>> > Sweetias site doesn't show this WP Sidamo, so I can't see
>> >>> > Tom's
>> >>> > description.
>> >>>
>> >>> D.P. Dry Process coffees have slightly less acidity than wet
>> >>> process,
>> >>> but have fuller body because of drying the whole cherry that
>> >>> imparts
>> >>> full body & natural sweetness to the beans. Wet processed coffees
>> >>> have
>> >>> increased acidity.
>> >>>
>> >>> If you have acess to Tea & Coffee Sept 2006 issue, page 52 7 page
>> >>> article "Green Coffee Processing" by Timothy J. Castle & Joel
>> >>> Starr.
>> >>> Craig.
>> >>
>> >> I doubt that I have access to that mag as our library is pretty
>> >> small,
>> >> but I'll check.
>> >>
>> >> From what you say, I'm assuming the increased acidity will make it
>> >> more
>> >> 'bright' than a DP?
>> >
>> > Yep.
>> > Craig.
>>
>> http://www.teaandcoffee.net/
>> Craig.
>
> thanks for the link..


Of course, you're welcome! You'll have to wait till the next issue comes
out though, to be able to view Tea & Coffee Sept 2006 issue, page 52 7
page article "Green Coffee Processing"., when it becomes archived.
Hopefully that article is one that's archived, I didn't check archived
issues to see if the whole individual issues are archived., or just
certain selected articles & stories..
Craig.



       
Date: 02 Nov 2006 19:26:05
From: Craig Andrews
Subject: Re: DP & WP Sidamo

"Craig Andrews" <alt.coffee@deletethis.rogers.com > wrote in message
news:4qvgghFosccnU1@individual.net...
>
> "Lloyd Parsons" <lloydparsons@mac.com> wrote in message
> news:lloydparsons-D95FC3.15344402112006@individual.net...
>> In article <4quq29FoljfqU1@individual.net>,
>> "Craig Andrews" <alt.coffee@deletethis.rogers.com> wrote:
>>
>>> "Craig Andrews" <alt.coffee@deletethis.rogers.com> wrote in message
>>> news:4quq1bFou4b0U1@individual.net...
>>> >
>>> > "Lloyd Parsons" <lloydparsons@mac.com> wrote in message
>>> > news:lloydparsons-251C08.11553602112006@individual.net...
>>> >> In article <4qupjdFojqp6U1@individual.net>,
>>> >> "Craig Andrews" <alt.coffee@deletethis.rogers.com> wrote:
>>> >>
>>> >>> "Lloyd Parsons" <lloydparsons@mac.com> wrote in message
>>> >>> news:lloydparsons-5BABED.11003402112006@individual.net...
>>> >>> > I've been using a dry process Sidamo from Sweetias, and I
>>> >>> > love
>>> >>> > it.
>>> >>> > For me, it is better than the Yirgs.
>>> >>> >
>>> >>> > Now in this latest sampler, they sent a wet process Sidamo and
>>> >>> > I've
>>> >>> > not
>>> >>> > yet had a chance to roast it.
>>> >>> >
>>> >>> > So what differences can I expect between the two processes?
>>> >>> > The
>>> >>> > Sweetias site doesn't show this WP Sidamo, so I can't see
>>> >>> > Tom's
>>> >>> > description.
>>> >>>
>>> >>> D.P. Dry Process coffees have slightly less acidity than wet
>>> >>> process,
>>> >>> but have fuller body because of drying the whole cherry that
>>> >>> imparts
>>> >>> full body & natural sweetness to the beans. Wet processed
>>> >>> coffees
>>> >>> have
>>> >>> increased acidity.
>>> >>>
>>> >>> If you have acess to Tea & Coffee Sept 2006 issue, page 52 7
>>> >>> page
>>> >>> article "Green Coffee Processing" by Timothy J. Castle & Joel
>>> >>> Starr.
>>> >>> Craig.
>>> >>
>>> >> I doubt that I have access to that mag as our library is pretty
>>> >> small,
>>> >> but I'll check.
>>> >>
>>> >> From what you say, I'm assuming the increased acidity will make
>>> >> it
>>> >> more
>>> >> 'bright' than a DP?
>>> >
>>> > Yep.
>>> > Craig.
>>>
>>> http://www.teaandcoffee.net/
>>> Craig.
>>
>> thanks for the link..
>
>
> Of course, you're welcome! You'll have to wait till the next issue
> comes out though, to be able to view Tea & Coffee Sept 2006 issue,
> page 52 7 page article "Green Coffee Processing"., when it becomes
> archived. Hopefully that article is one that's archived, I didn't
> check archived issues to see if the whole individual issues are
> archived., or just certain selected articles & stories..
> Craig.

Correction; I meant this is a Sept/Oct issue, the next new one would be
Nov/Dec I would assume.
Craig.



     
Date: 02 Nov 2006 18:28:08
From: I->Ian
Subject: Re: DP & WP Sidamo
On Thu, 2 Nov 2006 13:00:49 -0500, "Craig Andrews"
<alt.coffee@deletethis.rogers.com > wrote:

>
>http://www.teaandcoffee.net/
>Craig.

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