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Posted Sat Apr 12, 2014, 8:44am
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There is at least one exception- Josuma had a 100% Robusta coffee brewed last year in Boston that was very drinkable. But I agree, on their own they normally offer nothing speciial from the best examples, and from the worst only the aroma and aftertaste of burnt inner tubes.

 
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Posted Sun Apr 20, 2014, 4:26am
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I don't know the result of mixing the two, but Arabic is my favorite coffee.
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Posted Mon May 5, 2014, 11:27pm
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I suggest to read this article,

"Robusta's Rehab"

 
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Posted Fri May 9, 2014, 1:26pm
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boar_d_laze Said:

Like Randy's, my spam meter is reading "11."  Language isn't the problem.  The OP is selling more than a viewpoint.  

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Well this person has spammed the first 4 posts they made with mention of the Vietnamese Coffee group they work for (as is their username)...so as far as I am concerned, all further posts from said individual are likely to be worthless spam. to encourage people to buy their (probably horrible) Robusta based offerings.
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