Seb: Hello. Seb here from Timely with a quick update for subscribers. If you are set up for limited release, the coffee you're receiving is Olaverio and Sandra from Colombia. So this coffee comes from the Huila region in Colombia. And one thing you will notice that on the back of this packet it says it's a pink bourbon variety coffee. So if you've ever had a bourbon variety coffee before, then it's most likely been a red bourbon variety. So red is kind of the default colour for most varieties. The cherries themselves are red, but then you might have pink bourbon, which has pink cherry, and then yellow bourbon, which has yellow cherries and so forth. Each variety is going to have slightly different flavour qualities as well. So the colours themselves obviously describe the colours of the cherry. But what happens is that when the cherries are different colours, they actually have different flavour molecules inside them which impact flavour. It's the same as when you have maybe like a yellow capsicum or a red capsicum. They're going to taste pretty different. They're both going to taste like capsicum, but there's going to be some some differences. So with coffee it's exactly the same.
Seb: They're both going to taste pretty similar because they're both the bourbon varieties when you have like a pink and a red, but they are going to have their own their own unique flavour profile. So this is the coffee you're going to be receiving. It's a really good idea to have a taste of this and see what you think and see if it maybe is different or the same to other bourbon varieties that you had before. And that's what you'll be receiving this week if you are a limited release subscriber. I'll have another coffee for you next week and that's all I got. Places you will be receiving Olavario will invariably all live. Only to be really sweet and have a really good one. I say sweet like that. It's neat. But with this one it's actually a yellow baboon and you know it's a pink bubble. Coffee is Are you going to be receiving is olavario Olavario? Yeah, of course it is. Great coffees have a really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really nothing. One of the more interesting coffees that we've known. And that's all I got. But it's not perfect.