Kaminak released more impressive results from the Latte Zone today. In further defining the zone they have discovered that Latte is divided into 2 zones. One near surface low grade zone that will be amenable to open pit and a second high grade feeder structure underneath this zone.
The Upper Latte continues to impress with intersections of...
- 81 meters of 1.39 g/t gold
- 58 meters of 1.83 g/t gold
- 93 meters of 1.10 g/t gold
Not only are these intersections excellent, but the have extended the strike of Latte 50% to 600m with results that seem to be increasing in grade and length to the west. In addition this new zone represents possibly a high grade feeder zone. Both zones are open in all directions along strike for 600m and continue at depth. The last 2 holes released on the lower Latte were 9 meters grading 5.55 g/t au and 5 meters grading 8.15 g/t au.
Kaminak is now finished drilling for the season and awaiting the results of the rest of the holes which will be released over the next 2 months.
"Drilling has confirmed a high-grade zone is present at Latte," stated Rob Carpenter, Kaminak's President & CEO. "Both the upper and lower zones begin at surface and can be traced for at least 600m along trend while remaining open at depth. Furthermore, the most westerly holes of the upper zone appear to have the widest mineralized intervals to date suggesting the system may be larger than currently known."
Looks like my alert about Kaminak had merit as this news is very good, and makes Kaminak' Coffee property more and more like a massive widespread gold system. Kaminak's coffee discovery may be much bigger than Underworlds Golden Saddle Discovery. From the widespread geochemical gold in soil anomalies all over the property and subsequent discovery, it is almost certain that Kaminak is on to something huge at coffee.