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Date: 09 Jan 2007 11:07:36
From: JoeP
Subject: Kopi Lewak is real
Actually yes he provided several pictures of the harvest and the
droppings in their native state, plus the pictures of the processing
which was really unique. We had a system upgrade that wiped out all the
pictures so we'll probably ask Jay to repost them. That coupled with
the turd samples we have recieved and the obvious difference in
appearance of the beans, leaves no doubts in my mind that not only does
it exist but that I have tried it, and I definately don't regret it.

Joe
www.greencoffeebuyingclub.com





 
Date: 09 Jan 2007 21:56:47
From: JoeP
Subject: Re: Kopi Lewak is real

Davlo wrote:
> "JoeP" <joe@internet-realty.com> wrote in message
> news:1168369655.944471.7090@o58g2000hsb.googlegroups.com...
> > Actually yes he provided several pictures of the harvest and the
> > droppings in their native state, plus the pictures of the processing
> > which was really unique. We had a system upgrade that wiped out all the
> > pictures so we'll probably ask Jay to repost them. That coupled with
> > the turd samples we have recieved and the obvious difference in
> > appearance of the beans, leaves no doubts in my mind that not only does
> > it exist but that I have tried it, and I definately don't regret it.
>
>
> Why anyone would want to drink such a beverage, if it even existed at all,
> is beyond me. Think about it - the animal supposedly poops the beans out,
> then someone cleans them and some gullible foodie then wants to drink coffee
> that was shat out by an animal. If I could only get cows to swallow coffee
> beans...

Ahh sorry about the new topic Google groups was having some
difficulties this morning and it created a new topic please refer to
the other thread already in progress.

Joe
www.greencoffeebuyingclub.com



 
Date: 09 Jan 2007 15:49:02
From: Davlo
Subject: Re: Kopi Lewak is real

"JoeP" <joe@internet-realty.com > wrote in message
news:1168369655.944471.7090@o58g2000hsb.googlegroups.com...
> Actually yes he provided several pictures of the harvest and the
> droppings in their native state, plus the pictures of the processing
> which was really unique. We had a system upgrade that wiped out all the
> pictures so we'll probably ask Jay to repost them. That coupled with
> the turd samples we have recieved and the obvious difference in
> appearance of the beans, leaves no doubts in my mind that not only does
> it exist but that I have tried it, and I definately don't regret it.


Why anyone would want to drink such a beverage, if it even existed at all,
is beyond me. Think about it - the animal supposedly poops the beans out,
then someone cleans them and some gullible foodie then wants to drink coffee
that was shat out by an animal. If I could only get cows to swallow coffee
beans...