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  1. #11
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    It's ColOmbian SupremO.....market is up right now...but $1..95 is still high...
    "Wine is for aging, not coffee."
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    Could be that the Co you work for is so big that the qty gives them a break?
    If your java tastes bitter: ASK QUESTIONS.
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    Co? They don't grow coffee in Colorodo :P I probably do get a break due to volume...but I was just trying to be honest by saying that $1.95 was high..and you posted that when the market was down...shoot you must be paying over $2 now. I will call a buddy of mine who stores some coffee in Seattle and find out his price on small quantities.
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    talked to him today...said he can beat it by at least a dime a pound...
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    Ken Hutchinson, Starsky and Hutch

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    Topher, and who might that be? I'm interested.....
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    Okay I'm chiming in on this one... I also buy from Atlas here in Washington. I also have a number of other brokers nationally I deal with in case of shortages or out of stocks. Yeah 1.95 is pretty high. I purchase in larger quanities through contacts. NW are you spot buying? And if so in whole or split bags?

    As for ajuelfs, Although Sweet Maria would probably be your best choice for selection. They are a bit high, but if you're only roasting small amounts, they are probably your best choice.
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    Ummm...NW I was just playing....I mean he will be able to sell it to you at $1.85 delivered...but I was wrong about him storing coffee in Washington..he stopped but he could sell it to you at that price out of NOLA...so if he can sell it to you with shipping coming from New Orleans at $1.85 there is a problem. are you buying at one bag at a time or split bags...even at a bag at a time you shouldn't be paying over $1.50 for Supremo...when I asked a friend about small quantities I think she said $1.35..oh well just my .02 drop me an email if I can help.
    "Wine is for aging, not coffee."
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    Thanks guys, and really I'm just getting started and I'm moving away from monster coffee, to my own blends. I don't have the $$$ at this time to buy more than on spot and split bags. So I guess I'm stuck paying for low volume? Anyway thanks a lot guys.

    P.S. I might be sarcastic alot, but never joke about MONEY or Quality.
    If your java tastes bitter: ASK QUESTIONS.
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    Quote Originally Posted by topher
    (clip)...even at a bag at a time you shouldn't be paying over $1.50 for Supremo...(clip)
    Hi Topher,
    Do you mind if I ask who you're buying from. I'd like to give them some additional business.

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    ummmm.....are you a home roaster? They only deal with comercial roasters...as to the price...market sort of went up recently...it was up nickle yesterday alone...damn these prices need to come down.
    "Wine is for aging, not coffee."
    Ken Hutchinson, Starsky and Hutch

 

 
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