Ethiopian Harar DP MAO Horse, Lot 4338 '03:

topher

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Kewl! I use a small home unit every once in a while to play with blends...I am going to install a sample roaster in my home in the next year! CAN'T WAIT! Yeah thats just what I need bring work home with me!
 
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I only drink coffee @ home. And, I only roast my own. Been doing that for some time. Cannot drink/take ANY coffee in any Coffee Shop &/or Restaurant. I gave up trying long ago (to find a place for good coffee). Not even "drinkable" coffee (of any kind--- regular, espresso, cappuccino, latte, mocha). It's all pretty bad out there (in the retail world).
 

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I know the feeling...I am a roaster..and I don't like to drink coffee at shops....especially when they find out I am a roaster...then they want my opinion
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I know the feeling...I am a roaster..and I don't like to drink coffee at shops....especially when they find out I am a roaster...then they want my opinion
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Ya gotta develop a cover identity for drinking out! Something like Secret Coffee Agent Man!
 
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When I find @ least 1 coffee shop/restaurant/chain that makes drinkable coffee, I will be more than happy to buy some coffee from them.
 

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tintinet...he is spoiled..he can roast his own coffee. once you have had coffee that fresh you can not go back! Most large chains have a central roasting plant..so the roaster roasts the coffee...then it is sent out...to make a long story short the coffee you get at a lot of coffee shops could be anywhere from 1 week to many months old !!
 

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