View Poll Results: What's your favorite, Robust or Arabica?

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  1. #21
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    And, if you pay special attention to the order page is says "It's as easy as calling: xxx-xxx-xxx" Shopping cart? that seemed like a backhanded jab too...
    If your java tastes bitter: ASK QUESTIONS.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NW JAVA
    MY COFFFE ios not CHEAP! I don't pay 402k's, or insurance, and my lease is 350/month. So keep you opinions to yourself and don't imply My operation is cheap. I own my operation. Do you really want me to post green bean pricing and the markup involved in retail?

    Coffee closed at 113.85 a pound on NYBOT yesterday, while the price of a 20oz CharBucks Mocha stayed @ $3.75 plus tax.

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    Liftoff , You made me smile and chuckle......thanks.
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    Also liftoff is alot closer the the poster, than the others mentioned in this posting.

    And you know what, I bet/know he's a way better roaster than me, and has more experinace than most.
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    coffe closed at whatever liftoff said yesterday, and a NW JAVA 20oz MOCHA was $3.50 including tax.
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    NW man...drink some decaf...I was just havin some fun...thought we where boys...I do not believe in punking people out like that...I won't play with you anymore I apologise Here is something I learned a long time ago...do not use the word cheap...use inexpensive...trust me I understand the price of coffee...it is not just the cost of green that factors the price...shipping, gas, roaster the $2.00 an hour that we get to make for our labor...so I didn't mean anything by it homes
    "Wine is for aging, not coffee."
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    Man decaff, wires me it's the caffinated that chilles me....and my meds.... togher, no sweat, I still think you are o.k

    Like that matters....and you know, If I just start thinking you are canadian, things would never get out of shape...
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  8. #28
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    You need to put pics on your site of you roasting...from bag to cup kind of stuff....I want to see your new roaster
    "Wine is for aging, not coffee."
    Ken Hutchinson, Starsky and Hutch

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    You're really going to hate me. My roaster is sitting in the back of a cargo truck, with no ducting to speak of,and no emmision controll of any kind. When I saw the IR-3 runnning on a propane tank, I was like: WOW I can put it anywhere. So like I said no big rent or lease, or overhead. Someday I hope to have as nice of a facillity as you do.
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    Tell me you do not need an after burner...after you grow..and you out grow that roaster...you need to get the ambex 2 kilo. You can vent it with flex hose from Lowes or Home Depot. I used to set it on a dolly and pull it outside on nice days...the nice thing with the size is you can throw it in the car and do special events. Oh well there is plenty of time in the future eh? Eh damn my Canandian is showing through
    "Wine is for aging, not coffee."
    Ken Hutchinson, Starsky and Hutch

 

 
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