You should see my white crystalline xanthine alkaloid extraction instrumentation. It comes complete with a reservoir to hold the coffea arabica genetic material. The extraction is then placed in the solvent transporters. All in the name of science. My staff produces 12.5% more data when my extraction device is running 24/7. This extra data are worth 1,250% more than what I pay for the material.<br><br>
Does the specific genetic make up of the arabica make a difference, do you think, or will any old bean do?<br><br>[color:red]</font color=red> [color:orange]</font color=orange> [color:yellow]</font color=yellow> [color:green]</font color=green> [color:blue]</font color=blue> [color:purple]</font color=purple>
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When it comes to arabica I think it is more nurture than nature. All one has to know is that the most expensive beans are the ones that mosey on through the digestive tract of a leopard. A hundred bucks a pound for that spicy treat. (I'll pass, pun very much intended.)<br><br>
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