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    Hi all from Paris

    Hello from Paris,

    I love to drink coffee for long time. I was searching about how to roasted beans at home like professional and i found your brillant forum with a lot of resources.
    Thank you to receive me on your website and share your skills.

    Sorry if my English is not good enough

    see you soon

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    Quote Originally Posted by dbrown View Post
    Hello from Paris,

    I love to drink coffee for long time. I was searching about how to roasted beans at home like professional and i found your brillant forum with a lot of resources.
    Thank you to receive me on your website and share your skills.

    Sorry if my English is not good enough

    see you soon
    welcome dbrown. Good to hear from you all the way from Paris. (I hope that you are from Paris, France, not Paris, Texas :+) because there isn't much there in Paris, Texas, except in 1984, there was an American movie called, Paris Texas, directed by Wim Wenders and staring Sam Sheperd, Nastassja Kinski & Harry Dean Stanton.) And Yes, there is a city called Paris in our Texas state :+)

    anyway, what do you do for living? and please share with us your Paris' coffee culture if possible.
    by the way, my name is Alex. What is yours? David Brown? well.. that would be just too easy, right? ha ha ha
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    Welcome from Paris, no worries on your English(we can understand you!). It is 100% better than my French FYI. How is coffee in Paris, from a home roasters perspective? Do you have alot of option on where to source your green coffee, roasters, and grinders? I am sure there has to be some euro websites and local stores specific to the industry, right?

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    Thank you for receiving me among you.
    Yes, of course Paris the capital of love.
    David is my real name, but my family name is not brown, it's just a sort of nickname for coffee passionate.
    Coffee in Paris is good, depends of where you buy. There are few good roasters i recommend if you visit Paris or France.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dbrown View Post
    Thank you for receiving me among you.
    Yes, of course Paris the capital of love.
    David is my real name, but my family name is not brown, it's just a sort of nickname for coffee passionate.
    Coffee in Paris is good, depends of where you buy. There are few good roasters i recommend if you visit Paris or France.
    Aha! at least I got "half" right. nice to meet you David.

    I have heard that France imports a lot of coffee from "ivory coast" country (I believe that this country is still a colony of France??? or before? not sure..). And Ivory coast is well known for Robusta coffee and some Arabica. do you know anything about this?
    Ensoluna S.A. Guatemala
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