Mark Prince wrote:Because I hear there's less of it this year than past years.
Jim Schulman wrote:The #2 Mama Cata lot is listed as partially Geisha, so that cultivar's winning streak at the cupping table is holding up.
Tim Dominick wrote:Jim Schulman wrote:The #2 Mama Cata lot is listed as partially Geisha, so that cultivar's winning streak at the cupping table is holding up.
Everyone at our cupping of the BoP lots scored this one higher. Compared to the Esmerelda, it was like the lady who wears a hint of perfume for the man lucky enough to kiss her neck as opposed to the woman who wears enough perfume so you can smell her across the room.
Geisha starts are popping up by the thousands in Costa Rica as well, and some older Geisha-like coffee in the Dota Valley has already been rediscovered.
All of this makes me think of the brady bunch: "marsha marsha marsha" poor Typica, the Jan Brady of coffee.
Christopher Schooley wrote:The overall message that is being sent out is that quality is being rewarded. I think this above all else is immediately significant. That being said, is this Reagan era like trickle down theory of the median prices rising really sound? I guess there have to be bidders willing to agressively go after these other offerings.
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