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Topic # 28993 18-Dec-2008 15:40
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Hello everyone!! I am tashie 247. I will be drinking coffee and checking the site out. Any refills anyone??

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  Reply # 184994 18-Dec-2008 15:42
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Hi Tashie, Vietnamese Weasel coffee please.



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  Reply # 184997 18-Dec-2008 15:47
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One cup coming up. How do you take it please?



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  Reply # 184998 18-Dec-2008 15:51
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Vietnamese Weasel coffee?? Was that the kind of coffee? Tell me how to make it and I just might find me a weasel tnight. lol

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  Reply # 184999 18-Dec-2008 15:55
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Welcome! and yeah Kopi Luwak please



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  Reply # 185000 18-Dec-2008 15:59
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Civet coffee is coffee made from coffee berries which have been eaten by and passed through the digestive tract of the Asian Palm Civet (Paradoxurus hermaphroditus). The civets eat the berries, but the beans inside pass through their system undigested. This process takes place on the islands of Sumatra, Java and Sulawesi in the Indonesian Archipelago, in the Philippines (where the product is called Kape Alamid) and in East Timor (locally called kaf?-laku). Vietnam has a similar type of coffee, called weasel coffee, which is made from coffee berries which have been regurgitated by local weasels. In actuality the "weasel" is just the local version of the Asian Palm Civet. I am sorry but I can't make the trip to the other parts of the world tonight. Maybe just some folgers coffee?



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Reply # 185001 18-Dec-2008 16:00
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Thank you Zocster!



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Reply # 185002 18-Dec-2008 16:04
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Okay, time for me to make my coffee, folgers, no weasel droppings please.I shall speak to everyone on my next coffee break whenever I can find the time. Nice to meet everyone!!

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  Reply # 185004 18-Dec-2008 16:16
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I brought a few Kilos of Weasel back with me from the last trip. Great coffee, but running low. About to start importing it.

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Reply # 185046 19-Dec-2008 03:09
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Hello I am tashie247 mama. You can learn more about me while she is gone on her hp magic giveaway pg. 7 # 184989
I will try to take your orders today or even questions concerning her post in the hp giveaway. Please read it then come on back.

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Reply # 185047 19-Dec-2008 03:12
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We no have an expresso machine. we be poor. Just coffee, no sugar okay?

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Reply # 185048 19-Dec-2008 03:25
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I hope I didn't post this twice but I also have cafe tea,green ginger,berryblossum white & Zen teas. Order up. I am waiting for my folgers tea, supposedly grown in the mountains, so I walked to a mountain and no coffee beans until my 15 yr old said mom that is a hill. LOL which means laugh out loud.

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  Reply # 185049 19-Dec-2008 03:27
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Anyone on here from Japan that speaks English, the american kind. not british lol.

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Reply # 185050 19-Dec-2008 03:30
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I will drink my coffee now everyone is on a different timezone. Please take the time to read tashie247 hp giveaway post.

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