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- 02-25-2013, 01:33 AM #111
- 02-25-2013, 12:28 PM #112
Alaska born Raven's Brew Coffee is dedicated to sourcing the world's best coffees. They have mastered the Art of Blending and combined that with the art of world-famous Ray Troll for a complete package of coffee that looks AND tastes like a gift from the gods.
- 02-25-2013, 08:51 PM #113
In Malanoi, Maehongson, Thailand we grow one of best coffee, but that's what local people we do ourselves. If you or anyone feel interested in Malanoi coffee, we have the product and willing to have someone to promote to outside world. What we do is we have the product but we don't have good marketing. Like this year the raw coffee beans is lower price than last year.
- 02-27-2013, 02:25 PM #114
High wire coffee. The Blue Nile is incredible.
- 02-28-2013, 02:01 PM #115
I have to insert a shameless plug here for our Fresh Roasted Coffee company, eKoffee. eKoffee.com carries a variety of different coffees from many origins around the world and the beans are roasted to order by our partner Roasters who drop-ship our orders direct to the customer to ensure absolute Freshness.
- 03-02-2013, 05:14 PM #116
For when you need the coffee but nothing else try acid free coffee
- 03-19-2013, 03:40 PM #117
I try to buy from local roasters but I have bought excellent coffee from Square one coffee roaster, fresh roasted coffee, Schooner coffee roaster, and blue macaw coffee on ebay.
- 03-27-2013, 07:57 AM #118
- 03-27-2013, 10:49 AM #119
Hey, I know a great place to buy coffee online. King's Cup office coffee service also sells a variety of coffee online. They have whole beans, pods, espresso capsules, and tea as well. I know they have the cheapest price online for LavAzza Blue Espresso Capsules, and the prices on other brands like Starbucks, Barnies, Colonial, Godiva, and Seattle's Best are good as well.
Here is their website: Wholesale Breakroom Supplies | Kings Cup Online
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- 11-10-2013, 02:35 PM #120
Online Coffee Providers
coffeeforlife;29268 Does anyone have any suggestions for where to get coffee online? I tried one, but it was terrible.
I would like to start with, I understand this is a really old post, posted a year after I retired from the Navy, but actually 11 years since I started roasting coffee at home. Ever since I read Kenneth Davids Home Roasting Romance and Revival and began roasting my own coffee, I always wanted a coffee roasting business and thought it best to start with a large audience, 300 million plus potential US customers based on population. This would allow me to start without the overhead of a coffee shop front end and see how it goes. Well I am 2 years into this and have had many bumps along the way, many from a bad web developer (she was good but we had a bad relationship after 18 months and that is a whole different story). I have personally purchased hundreds of dollars of coffee from most of my would be competition and will say that 60%+ that say they offer fresh roast to order coffee fall short of that pledge. Coffee fresh out of the roaster has a distinct flavor and aroma, so does older stale coffee. Coffee has the shelf life of a loaf of bread and most people do not understand this, the best flavors come alive in the first two weeks; after that the aromas and flavors start to decay. I will also state that not all coffee can be roasted or stand up to darker roasts, we roast each coffee from each growing region to it fullest potential for flavor, no darker, no lighter. If you believe that a darker roast is stronger coffee, I will correct you and ask, "when you cook with wine do you get drunk from the alcohol?" The answer is NO because the alcohol is cooked out of it, the same thing happens with coffee. The longer or darker it goes the less caffeine is left in it. Want a good strong, flavorful cup of coffee go with a lighter city roast of Guatemala Lake Antigua, Dominican Republic or El Salvadorian coffee, we currently offer two out of the three. Also espresso is a type of grind and a brewing method not a coffee type, so any type of roast can be an espresso. If it is the caffeine buzz you are looking for go with the lighter roasted coffees. I can say without a shadow of doubt that I stand by my pledge to offer not only the freshest coffee from roaster to doorstep but will offer anyone from this forum 10% off just use the promo code "c-forums" at checkout. We are Emerald Roast Coffee Company, find us online emeraldroast dot net, follow us on Twitter, like us on Facebook (we are running a promo, when you like us answer the question before November 11, 2013 "what is the best place to store coffee the refrigerator, freezer or neither? Why or Why Not?") the winner will be picked at random on Veterans Day for a free bag of fresh roasted coffee and follow our blog at coffeetalkwither.blogspot.com we are the new kids on the block but offer the freshest, organically grown, direct trade, Fair Trade and Rainforest-Alliance coffees. We are the "Jewel of Coffees from Around the World".
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