Steve E
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  • Darryn Phayer (darrynphayer) Instagram Photos and Videos
    @gr8foodclub, I thought it was called that before i looked it up due to all the travel / food shows watched over the years, just googled to make sure I didnt5maje an arse of myself....lol
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  • Steve E (gr8foodclub) Instagram Photos and Videos
    @darrynphayer Thanks Darryn, I guess I shouldn't be so lazy and do a quick look up.
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  • Darryn Phayer (darrynphayer) Instagram Photos and Videos
    The correct term is "drying" as in treating coffee beans by the drying process one of 3 methods, see link https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wik
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  • SPORTWEAR x STREETSTYLE (aothun.adidas) Instagram Photos and Videos
    🥞
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  • Steve E (gr8foodclub) Instagram Photos and Videos
    @oldsaigoncoffee thanks much for telling me, definitely prefer Arabica.
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  • Steve E (gr8foodclub) Instagram Photos and Videos
    @joeh.leon yes it is real coffee first time I ever see like that too
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  • Joe(Leon) (joeh.leon) Instagram Photos and Videos
    Is it really coffee?? Amazing 😍😍
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  • Kate Hart (katehart16) Instagram Photos and Videos
    Thought it was some sort of fruit! Great photos! 👍
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  • Old Saigon Coffee (oldsaigoncoffee) Instagram Photos and Videos
    Buon Ma Thuot produce Robusta, and Da Lat produce Arabica
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Comment from Steve E:

Fresh Coffee curing (is that the right term?) On the streets of Buon Ma Thuot, Tomo I go to Dalat which has a huge focus on coffee.

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