New Spot

New Spot

Two hundred years ago, coffee traders in Havre, France, formally recognized and separated two distinct methods for buying and selling coffee. The first was the "futures" market, the buying a selling of contracts for coffee that would arrive ... well, in the future. The second was the buying and selling of coffee that was actually on hand, or "on the spot" rather than on the water, or on the farm, or on the tree. Later, when coffee dominated lower Wall Street, selling spot coffees was sometimes called "street sales." New spot coffee is coffee that has arrived, is really and actually here.
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  1. Lemon, elderflower, black tea
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  2. Grape soda, lemon, blackcurrant
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  3. Blackcurrant, cola, umami, sweet tea, juicy
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  4. Blackcurrant, shortbread, vanilla, orange, mulling spices
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  5. Orange, tonic, milk chocolate, blackcurrant leaf, eucalyptus
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  6. Blackcurrant, lemon & lime, vanilla, guava
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  7. Plum, hazelnut, chocolate, nougat
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  8. Plum, hazelnut, almond, chocolate
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  9. Nougat, light strawberry, lychee, cream
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  10. Red apple, blackcurrant, creamy milk chocolate
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  11. Cola, guava, prune. Fruity and full with a medium-light funk.
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  12. Lemonade, vanilla, sweet caramel, malt loaf
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  13. Lime, chocolate, blackcurrant, okra
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  14. Lemon, black tea, fresh strawberry
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  15. Melon, stone fruit, mild blackcurrant
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