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peaberry

(ˈpiːbərɪ)
n, pl -ries
(Plants) a single seed coffee berry; a round coffee bean
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She also explains that coffee connoisseurs use "geography to illustrate both their knowledge and their taste preferences" and by ordering Sumatra, Kona, New Guinea Peaberry, Brazil Ipanema Bourbon, and the like, the coffee connoisseur "orders a place in a cup" (Elliott, 2006, p.
5-Indian (Madras) filter coffee: A common brew in the south of India, Indian filter coffee is made with rough ground, dark-roasted coffee Arabica or Peaberry beans.
I'm not complaining because I enjoy cold weather and the many arctic days this winter have given me the opportunity to sample a multitude of new coffees such as Kikai Peaberry (Mt.
It offers Benguet Arabica (P275 for 250 grams), Peaberry from Kandayok, Panamao, Sulu (P325 for 250 grams), and Philippine Civet coffee also from Sulu (P750 for 100 grams), among other Philippine beans.
Starbucks features two Reserve coffees in the Philippines: Starbucks Reserve Malawi Peaberry Sable Farms and Starbucks Reserve Peru Chonti.
Joe Meagher, 28, owner of Flat Caps Coffee on Ridley Place, off Northumberland Street, shut his shop for the day to try to impress the judges with a special blend of Brazilian Daterra Bruzzi, Kenyan Peaberry and Tanzanian Kongoni coffee beans.
His ideas have impacted many renowned brands, such as American Crew, Coors, Peaberry Coffee, Qwest, TD Ameritrade Institutional, and Virgin Airlines.
If you're not sure whether a Tanzania Peaberry is a sex toy or the newest mini version of the Blackberry, just ask Jackie Mendelson.
Sara Jarrett and Eve Hoygaard arrived at the Peaberry Coffee Shop (South Colorado and East Mexico Avenue in Denver) at 8:15 am.
Dubbed the "Cabernet of coffee" by The New York Times, the Sweet Unity Farms blend mixes Arabica and Peaberry beans from the southern highlands of Tanzania and the slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro.