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    Re: Gavalia Coffee

    My honor? Now that's funny as I certainly deserve nothing as such. Just tell it like I see it.

    How is the high end specialty coffee market going for you? Do you source beans, do all the roasting, etc? Later!
    I'm a legend among my own kind... you my friend are just a legend in your own mind. Later!

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    Re: Gavalia Coffee

    Nicely done, Lisa!

    I'm glad you wrote it in Shadow's honor. I also enjoy reading his posts and learning from him, as well as some of the other members of this forum.

    I once enjoyed Jamacian Blue Mountain Coffee (on special occasions) but the price was a bit steep for me. I came to this forum and asked questions to see if someone could suggest something similar that would be less expensive. Several people offered suggestions, and that's how I discovered Papua New Guinea... which is what I've been buying from a local roaster ever since.

    However, my son sent me a pound of (certified) Jamacian Blue Mountain Beans for my birthday, and for a brief moment I though that he shouldn't have spent so much money on me. But...I quickly came to my senses, and I savored every cup that I got out of it!

    Rose

  3. #43
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    Re: Gavalia Coffee

    Good morning Pink and Shadow, and everyone,

    Certified JBM beans, as well as certified Hawaiian Kona beans are worth the wallet dip every once in a while. I find green beans from various suppliers, have them shipped to Toronto and rely on an expert roaster to do it for me. They roast and bag them. My expertise is more on the selecting, then packaging and selling. The roaster helps me and advises me as he has years of experience on me.

    Participating in forums and befriending coffee experts has put me on a fast track of learning like coffee university. So thank you all so much!

    Cheers!

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    Re: Gavalia Coffee

    Do you have an interest in roasting? For now I rely solely on a local roaster. He can answer anything I ask and uses my input toi tweak here and there. Having a good working relationship such as this is of utmost importance in what we do. You can have the best of everything, but without fresh/properly roasted beans it's pretty much a waste. I'd like to dabble in home roasting in the near future, but for now I leave this very important variable to those that do it right. Later!
    I'm a legend among my own kind... you my friend are just a legend in your own mind. Later!

 

 
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