Where can I buy good coffee online?
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- 09-03-2012 07:46 AM #101
If you want to try some great Panamanian coffee, give us a try. Roasted to order and shipping is included to North America. panamajoe.ca
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- 09-24-2012 05:06 AM #102
I have read the entire thread. It's expensive shipping from USA/CA to Spain and not sure about the lasting, so no fresh roast guaranteed.
Anyway, I found one nederlanden suplier for green beans, but again, shipping costes are huge. Alternatives? TIA.
- 09-24-2012 10:51 PM #103
To our Spanish friend
For some types of coffee, there are no good alternatives outside the US. I'm in Denmark. I love french roast, not the dry, bitter Northern European Coffee. https://caffeibis.com is the place I order from now. I've tried so many. Expnsive, you bet!
If you like Italian espresso, look at this site: Kaffe Espresso Produkter kaffe Produkter Linea Casa .
Cafferiver is an Italian brand and they probably have their own website. You can track it down from the danish site. Use Google to translate. It is great stuff.
- 09-25-2012 12:51 AM #104
- 09-25-2012 01:33 PM #105
- 10-18-2012 11:12 AM #106
There are many websites selling coffee online. First though you have to decide on a brand that you like. (I personally love Lavazza-especially the Qualita Oro!) Or find a local coffee boutique shop and see if they will ship (Here in NY, Zabars ships to your address). Ordering online is sooo convenient!
- 10-22-2012 03:46 PM #107
Good Coffee Online
LavAzza Coffee is a great coffee. They roast coffee for drip coffee makers and for espresso machines. LavAzza roasts only the best of different beans to create 18 different coffee blends. These coffees come in whole bean and in ground coffee in smaller sized coffee cans. They are sold by the case. A case can be 6 cans or 6 or more bags of whole beans. The bags are vacuumed sealed and are good for up to 6 months or more. You can try one of them out at LavAzza coffee, LavAzza coffee, LavAzza coffee beans,
- 10-23-2012 12:41 AM #108
Finally, my "local" supplier, conceded me to buy grean beans. Volcan de oro from Guatemala, less than 10€ per kilogram. Party day at home.
If someone wants detalis, it's in Tolosa, Spain and they don't have web nor mail.
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- 12-26-2012 04:58 PM #109
For something really special you could try Kopi Luwak.
I first came accross it in 'The bucket list', a film with Jack Nicholson, where Nicholson drinks the most expensive coffee in the world.
Let me tell you, Kopi Luwak IS the most expensive coffee in the world!
On a recent trip to Bali I had the opportunity to sample Kopi Luwak. The aroma is spectacular.
It is a fully organic product made from coffee arabic beans that get digested by the civet cat.
You can read up about it on Wikipedia.
Kopi Luwak is decadently luxurious and prices start at an affordable $25.00 from Negari Kopi Luwak in Bali, Indonesia.
You can get it online at www.negaricoffee.com
Try it - it is an experience!
- 02-03-2013 06:38 PM #110
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