Wanting coffee beans to sell in Australia That isnt available yet or rare

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We are looking to start an importing business in Australia. We want to import kinds of coffee beans that are not selling in Australia yet or are rare here. Interested in suggestions, would really like an established coffee that is popular elsewhere in the world

-- Holly Schomberg (holly_s83@hotmail.com), January 04, 2005



I represent Colombian coffee producers. They would like to supply you, but it is necessary to know what you call rare there.


-- Juan Carlos Parra (jcparra@edenegocios.com), January 11, 2005.

Hi Holly, You may wish to consider beans from the Cerrado region of Brazil. They are specifically from Araguari, Minas Gerais, Brazil, SC 16/17, hand picked, dry processed. I will be happy to send you a sample if you wish. While some roasters use them as a top-notch espresso base the beans are wonderful when completely unblended. Your customers will like drinking this and you will too. Thank you and good luck! Best Regards, Leilani

-- Leilani Patel (Leilani@ironbrew.com), January 12, 2005.

Hi, I have good quality authentic pure Colombian gourmet coffee, hand harvested and selected, available for immediate delivery. It comes in 250 gr. bags For pricing and any other related inquiries please e-mail me. Thanks

-- Aldo Campodonico (acampodonico@cogeco.ca), January 26, 2005.

Hi Holly, Skyblue limited is a leading exporter of the premium Kenya AA grade. This is a popular grade worldwide. I can send you samples once you give me your contact address.


-- Gabriel Githu (skyblue_investments@yahoo.com), February 07, 2005.

Hi Holly, I have a large quantity of two of the finest coffees around the world. We sell Tipica Arabia and Tatoura Russe. Our company operates out of Haiti where we have our coffee plantation. Write me and let me know if you are interested and how much you need. Thanks

-- Jennifer Cairns (j_aquarius_75@hotmail.com), March 14, 2005.

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