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Old 10-04-2015, 11:49 AM   #41
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French roast. Usually from San Francisco Coffee Company.

Used to be espresso roast every morning in a stovetop espresso maker, but I got tired of cleaning it, so I bought a Keurig. The coffee isn't nearly as good, but it's far more convenient.

My fav is San Francisco Coffee Co " fog chaser" clears out the cob webs in the morning !
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Old 02-17-2016, 09:58 AM   #42
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Camerons has some good blends at a far price. Also love the Jamican blend at fresh markets is also very good. I love cheap beer expensive coffee but settle on these mid priced blends. Wanting to order some from New guinea in the near future. Price and quality are hard to beat I hear.
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Old 02-17-2016, 01:28 PM   #43
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Costco Columbian Supremo bean $3 pound.
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Old 02-17-2016, 03:46 PM   #44
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You gotta try Black Rifle Coffee Company. Besides their incredible coffee, their online video ads are just plain fun. The company is owned and run by veterans, too.

Black Rifle Coffee Blends – Black Rifle Coffee Company

You can see their ads on FaceBook. Just search for Black Rifle Coffee Company. My son gets their coffee delivered once a month. Yummm!

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Old 02-17-2016, 04:05 PM   #45
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I'm deeeeeep into coffee. I have green (unroasted) coffee shipped to my house and I have my own roaster. Coffee is all about FRESHNESS and you can't get fresher than home roasting! The biggest problem is...once you drink your own roasted coffee...nothing else tastes good!

I have 5 LBS of green Panama Boquette and 2 LBS of Kona in the mail now. I love Central American coffees the most.
I hated coffee but my wife loves it. So, for Christmas many years ago, I decided to order some green coffee beans. Single origin fair trade Guatemalan from a small farm in Antigua. Ordered a roaster from Sweet Marias and that was all she wrote.

There is no comparison between fresh roasted coffee that is hand picked for ripeness.

I bought an even larger roaster and now own a Technivorm MoccaMaster coffee maker.

It just keeps getting better and better.

So, if you like coffee and think you have had good coffee. You owe it to yourself to try these better beans and roasting them yourself. You can even do it in a skillet or old fashioned air popcorn popper.

Needless to say, I have become a coffee snob and now roast coffee for all my friend and family. It is that good.
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Old 02-17-2016, 05:31 PM   #46
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I hated coffee but my wife loves it. So, for Christmas many years ago, I decided to order some green coffee beans. Single origin fair trade Guatemalan from a small farm in Antigua. Ordered a roaster from Sweet Marias and that was all she wrote.

There is no comparison between fresh roasted coffee that is hand picked for ripeness.

I bought an even larger roaster and now own a Technivorm MoccaMaster coffee maker.

It just keeps getting better and better.

So, if you like coffee and think you have had good coffee. You owe it to yourself to try these better beans and roasting them yourself. You can even do it in a skillet or old fashioned air popcorn popper.

Needless to say, I have become a coffee snob and now roast coffee for all my friend and family. It is that good.

What's your favorite way of preparing coffee? Awesome/fresh beans are only half of the equation.
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Old 02-17-2016, 06:18 PM   #47
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What's your favorite way of preparing coffee? Awesome/fresh beans are only half of the equation.
I like a lighter roast, about 10 seconds after the first crack.
My wife likes its darker and right into the second crack.
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I like a lighter roast, about 10 seconds after the first crack.
My wife likes its darker and right into the second crack.

Lol. No. I mean how do you like to brew it?
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Lol. No. I mean how do you like to brew it?
I have a Technivorm MoccaMaster. Weighed beans to 54 grams per 10 cup pot using a gold filter.
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cuban roast coffee!

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